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Grass-fed Short Ribs (1 Pack)

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These Dry-Aged Short Ribs are literally fall-off-bone delicious.

Each Beef Short Rib package averages 1+ pounds and has at least 4 meaty ribs per package. .

Our bone-in, dry aged, Beef Short Ribs contain a healthy mix of grass-fed protein and smart lipids for Paleo and CrossFit enthusiasts. Beef Short Ribs are a great source of phosphorus, niacin, selenium, Vitamin B-6, and Vitamin B-12.

For stellar results that are guaranteed to impress your family and friends, add your favorite BBQ sauce and grill.

Our grass-finished beef short ribs are bone-in. Some people prefer the bone-in version of this cut because the bones offer additional flavor, help stabilize the meat during cooking so it doesn’t fall apart, and offer a more interesting look on the plate.  If desired the bones can be easily pulled from the short ribs after braising so you can serve them boneless.

Testimonials

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Parker Pastures, beef products are heavenly! We tried a sample of the ground beef and a roast, and both were the BEST beef we have ever had!!!

C. B.

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Thanks, Parker Pastures, for an excellent first-time customer experience! We’ll be repeats for sure. The meat arrived just days after ordering. Still frozen between CO and NY, in quality packaging. We cooked a ground beef meatloaf first with our tried and true recipe, and the meat’s texture and taste is superior to any other we’ve had. The burgers were spectacular, and my extremely picky eating daughter ate the entire thing (that’s never happened before!). So thank you for the great experience. We’re seriously considering the small 1/4!

Sarah O.
What Do Our Cattle Eat? Our cattle are 100% lifetime grazed, grass-fed, grass-finished, and pasture-raised. We proudly raise our beef in the remote Gunnison Valley, a place unlike any other...a place of clean water from pristine mountains, high altitude unpolluted air, highly mineralized mountain soils, diverse grasses, and lots of sunshine. We have discovered that the unique and acclaimed flavor of our organic grass fed meats are a result of this place where they are raised and our unique growing conditions. 
How long is the frozen beef good for?  With the heavy duty packaging and vacuum seal our butcher uses, our beef will last indefinitely, although USDA recommendations are to use it within 1 year.  Occasionally a seal will break after you get your beef, so use those packages first.
How much freezer space do I need to figure before buying?  You can plan on about 1 cubic foot per 30 lbs of beef.  This is about 3 cubic feet for a Quarter, 6 for a Half, and 12 for a Whole CowShare
What Do Our Cattle Eat? Our cattle are 100% lifetime grazed, grass-fed, grass-finished, and pasture-raised. We proudly raise our beef in the remote Gunnison Valley, a place unlike any other...a place of clean water from pristine mountains, high altitude unpolluted air, highly mineralized mountain soils, diverse grasses, and lots of sunshine. We have discovered that the unique and acclaimed flavor of our organic grass fed meats are a result of this place where they are raised and our unique growing conditions. 
How long is the frozen beef good for?  With the heavy duty packaging and vacuum seal our butcher uses, our beef will last indefinitely, although USDA recommendations are to use it within 1 year.  Occasionally a seal will break after you get your beef, so use those packages first.
How much freezer space do I need to figure before buying?  You can plan on about 1 cubic foot per 30 lbs of beef.  This is about 3 cubic feet for a Quarter, 6 for a Half, and 12 for a Whole CowShare