Ace In the Hole

$7,215
  • Members of our Ace in The Hole club will receive a Full Steer; hanging weight 700 to 740lbs. The price is $9.75 per pound, which includes cut and wrap, processing, and kill fee. From day one our cattle are out in the pasture feeding on alfalfa and native grasses. Approximately 6 months prior to butcher, they follow a strict balanced diet of grain and corn.

Cowboy

$3,793
  • Members of our Cowboy Club will receive a half Steer; hanging weight 350 to 370lbs. The price is $10.25 per pound, which includes cut and wrap, processing, and kill fee. From day one our cattle are out in the pasture feeding on alfalfa and native grasses. Approximately 6 months prior to butcher, they follow a strict balanced diet of grain and corn.

Bronco

$1,989
  • Members of our Bronco club will receive a quarter Steer; hanging weight 175 to 185lbs. The price is $10.75 per pound, which includes cut and wrap, processing, and kill fee. From day one our cattle are out in the pasture feeding on alfalfa and native grasses. Approximately 6 months prior to butcher, they follow a strict balanced diet of grain and corn.

Honey Lake Valley of Lassen County

As a member when joining one of our meat clubs you will be given the choice between our full steer club we call the Ace in The Hole, our half steer club called the Cowboy Club and our quarter steer club we call Bronco Club.

As one of the perks of being an extended member of our family you will receive a 15% discount in the months of September and April, for wine or meat by a la carte.

The Parady Ranch

Standish, CA

Meet Doug and Dianne Parady, their passion of farming and ranching has led them to produce some of the finest quality beef available on the market today. Doug is a 7th generation California farmer and rancher, he currently farms several hundred acres of grassland and alfalfa in which produces feed for the animals all from their own controlled environment.

The cattle are born and raised on the ranch in the Honey Lake Valley of Lassen County, California and know nothing more than the free range. Doug farms several hundred acres of grassland and alfalfa in which they produce the feed for the animals all from their own controlled environment.

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