Quarter Bison (Deposit)

Quarter Bison (Deposit)

750.00

As explained in more detail on our How It Works page, our humanely field-harvested, grassfed bison meat is on a different level when it comes to the health and taste of our bison meat, the treatment of our animals, and the sustainability of our practices.

For the nuts and bolts of ordering a quarter, here’s the process: 

  1. Choose your cut options below.

  2. Add your quarter(s) to your cart. 

  3. Go to the checkout page and place your $750 deposit, which will be approximately half the cost of your quarter. As explained in paragraph 5 below, the total price of each quarter is $15.99 / pound, and you only pay for the exact amount of meat you receive.

  4. Matt will contact you via e-mail within a few days to discuss delivery of your quarter. With our field-slaughtering process, delivery of bison quarters will be spread out over the summer. (If you live in the greater Bozeman area, delivery to you is free. If you live farther away, we will ship your quarter to you via 2-day air or UPS Ground, and you will be responsible for paying the shipping fees.) 

  5. Upon delivery of your quarter, you will be charged the rest of your balance for your quarter. (Your balance will equal the total weight of your quarter multiplied by $15.99 — minus your $750 deposit — with the total cost coming to approximately $1,500).

  6. If you have any questions about anything, please do not hesitate to e-mail or call Matt.

  7. Fire up your grill or put your favorite cast iron skillet on the stove and get ready to enjoy the most delicious, healthy, responsibly sourced meat you’ve ever sunk your teeth into.

Includes

  • Approximately 85 - 100 pounds of grassfed, field-harvested bison meat. The size of the quarter will vary from animal to animal. For questions about freezer space, please read our blog post on freezers — and, for a size reference, our quarters are usually able to fit in an 18” x 18” x 18” box.

  • One-stop shopping – we take care of everything for you. (Some folks require the customer to coordinate the butchering, delivery, additional payments, etc.)

  • Two North Bridger Bison stickers.

  • A branch of sagebrush from the ranch and a bit of bison hair from the bison field-harvested for your quarter. (Again, fierce rationalism – eat with your eyes wide open, be grateful for your food, and feel good about the meat you are eating and how it was raised and sourced.)

  • Cooking tips. Because grassfed bison meat is so lean (and healthy), you don’t want to cook it like ordinary red meat. The key to cooking grassfed bison meat is not overcooking it. Two words: medium rare!

  • The knowledge and satisfaction that your quarter of bison meat is helping preserve open space, provide wildlife habitat, and improve our food system.

  • Many wonderful dinners to be shared with family and friends.

The Montana Cut (Approximately)

  • 3 T-bone steaks

  • 1 Tenderloin

  • 6 Ribeye steaks 

  • 3 Porterhouse steaks

  • 3 Boneless top sirloin steaks

  • 45 1-pound packages of ground bison

  • 3 soup bones for making bone broth or stock -- or for dog treats

The Big Sky Cut (Approximately)

  • 3 T-bone steaks

  • 1 Tenderloin

  • 6 Ribeye steaks 

  • 3 Porterhouse steaks

  • 3 Boneless top sirloin steaks

  • 3 Top round roasts

  • 1 Bottom round / rump roast

  • 35 1-pound packages of ground bison

  • 3 soup bones for making bone broth or stock -- or for dog treats

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