I'm thinking my 60 lbs. of venison and 60 lbs. of elk will be in later this month. The raw co-op has 2 deliveries coming soon that will total almost 6,000 lbs!
I'm trying to find some bone-in lamb cuts for Chance that won't require us to take out a 2nd mortgage. So far they are either very expensive $15.99 per pound or more or they are reasonably priced but come pre-Frenched or they are enhanced with sodium.
We went to a Halal butcher today but they didn't have any so I'm going to try another Halal butcher not too far away. We drive by it when we take Chance to the pool and when Chance goes to vet rehab. It looks bigger.
Chance was running low on beef so I stocked up on roasts that were on sale and marked down for quick sale. 22 lbs. of beef and I bought them out of all their cheap stuff.
I can't believe how fast meat prices are rising.
Chickens at Costco went up another 10 cents per pound in just a week or 2.
In May I could get beef at Costco for $3.09 per pound and now they have nothing that is under $4.00 per pound!
I had planned on ordering rabbits from Hare Today as soon as the raw co-op database opened. We don't get a discount on the product but we get a huge discount on shipping that makes it hard to find a cheaper product locally.
But I found out we order from Hare Today almost monthly during the winter so I can wait for a couple of months before I start to get low on rabbit and need more.
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