Questions about Irish Dexters or beef? Call us anytime @ 417-343-0352.
A 2 yr old Dexter steer hanging weight will be approximately 425bs, based on a live weight of 800lbs. Our half, whole and quarter beef price includes complete processing of steaks, roasts and burger. Any requested additional processing ie, boneless steaks, bacon wrapped filets, bratwurst, etc. is at buyers expense. A $500 deposit is required to purchase a whole beef.
Half beef add .50 per pound. A $300 deposit is required to purchase a half beef.
Grass fed 2 years. Grain finished. Naturally tender. No antibiotics. No hormones. No preservatives. No recalls. No surprises. Just USDA Inspected beef. Prices vary per type of cut. Typically:
KC Strip. $13lb
Farm raised Irish Dexter ground beef is 90/10. Lean, tasty and oh so good! Excellent on the grill in the summer. Wonderful hearty chilli in the winter or your own amazing recipe for lasagna, spaghetti
Our guess? You've never had anything like our made in the Ozarks gourmet beef brats. When we say these brats are exceptional, we mean exceptional! One of our best sellers. Available in Original, Cheddar-Jalapeno or Cheddar Cheese. This is not your mass produced store bought brat.These Brats weigh nearly 1/4 lb each.
Nothing beats a savory, tender beef roast for a home cooked meal anytime of year.
A favorite around our breakfast table, Dexter beef breakfast sausage is lean, mild, and loaded with the wonderful flavor of sage.
Our medium seasoned Italian sausage is available in brat size links or 1lb ground packages. It’s a taste of Italy... Dexter style!
Cured and smoked Ozark Smoked Sausage. You wont find this in the grocery store. No fillers and 100% Irish Dexter beef!
Outta the way Hillshire Farms! Theres a new Sherriff in town and its Windswept Farm 100% Dexter Summer Sausage. No fillers. Its so good I wanna slap myself! Perfect for parties or gift giving. Well its just dang good on any occassion!
Generally it requires two years to produce a mature Dexter steer. In the beef industry thats far too long. They do not consider Dexters to be economically viable. Fortunately none of that really matters to us. We prefer quality beef over big and fast.
Our beef herd is comprised of all three Dexter colors, black, red and dun. Color has no bearing on beef quality concerning the three Ts of raising beef, 1.Taste 2. Texture and 3. Tenderness.
Our steers are grass fed... for two years. Only when we begin the finishing process do they receive a daily ration of grain or feed along with their natural grazing.
Dexter beef stands alone from other beef. It is naturally more tender. Not because it's loaded with unhealthy fat, which is the beef industry norm for making meat more tender. Rather, Dexters are a smaller animal. Smaller muscle and meat fiber means naturally tender. It also means enhanced flavor.
In a one of a kind blind taste test conducted a few years ago something very notable happened. The test included ten different breeds of cattle. Chuck roast from each animal was prepared in exactly the same way, with zero seasoning of any kind. The beef would rise or fall on its own breed merit. Taste. Texture. Tenderness. In this test, Dexter received twice the number of votes as Angus. Imagine that! 2:1 over the most highly promoted beef in the industry. If that doesn't get your attention regarding the quality of Dexter beef, what will?
Once a steer is properly finished, we use a USDA approved processor. Each piece is weighed, vacuum sealed and marked USDA inspected. Then it's ready to be sold.
If you would like to learn more about Dexter beef give us a call or drop us an email!