Naturally raised, grass-fed, grass finished

Beef and Lamb

 

Ann Armann, 100 Mile House, BC

BEEF

Products and Pricing 2017 to Spring of 2018

All meat is grass-fed, grass-finished, humanely treated, no antibiotics or growth hormones, and from happy, healthy farm stock.

Circle H Angus 18+ month-old beef will weigh out according to size of animal but, to give an idea, the average size would be:

Whole Carcass:

425 - 600 lbs. for 18+ month-old beef

Front or Hind Quarter:

Average 117 - 120 lbs.

The price you pay is based on the carcass weight before it is cut according to individual cutting instructions. The weight is called "hanging weight" or "on the rail". Once the carcass has been cut, the weight of the meat will be around 50 - 66% less than the hanging weight with the difference being the bones, trim and organs. Please inform the butcher if you would like to keep any of these, as you pay for them.

The final price to you includes the butcher fees of:

  • 60¢/lb. cut, wrapped and frozen
  • $95.00/animal butchering fee
  • CDIC fee $3.00/head
  • Brand inspection fee $6.50
  • Packaging boxes $1.50 each
  • 7c/lb. disposal charge

Generally, the customer is required to phone the butcher with their cutting instructions who will help with advice on the various cuts and options.

Whole or Half Side: $5.30/lb.

Butcher's Pricing:

Special request for steaks, roast or stir-fry: an additional price per pound will apply. Order a smaller-framed animal if less meat is required.

If family or friends wish to share a half side 50/50 and would like it to be packed separately, the extra fee is 5¢/lb. hanging weight (between $20 - $30).

Dry-aged hanging is for 14 days, but if a customer wishes it to be hung longer, then the charge is $2.50/half side/day.

 

Beef-in-a-Box:

This is based on actual weight or "off the rail", and is the meat you take home after the trim and bones have been removed. This is a good way to go if you have smaller freezer space, or for those who do not want larger quantities of meat.

Beef-In-A-Box consists of a varied selection of packaged meat such as ground beef, stewing beef, short ribs, steaks and roasts. The ground beef and stewing beef are packaged in one pound packs.

The weight of a beef-in-a-box is around 30 lbs. Price is $8.30/lb.

Hamburger & Hamburger Patties:

Year-round supply. Usually in stock are 1-lb packages at $6.50, and hamburger patties 20 x 4 oz. patties at $36.00/pack.

Dog Food:

• Package sizes vary: $3.00/lb

Delivery:

There is delivery to Chilliwack in the fall. Delivery can be arranged to Williams Lake, Kamloops and local areas.

LAMB

Products and Pricing 2017 to Spring of 2018

All meat is grass-fed, grass-finished, humanely treated, no antibiotics or growth hormones, and from happy, healthy farm stock.

The ewes and lambs run all summer long at Circle H Ranch; and eat the wonderful vegetation that is found in the bush and on pasture. The ewes are a cross-section of breeds, but mainly Suffolk and Hampshire cross.

The lambs usually weigh out hanging weight to around 55 lbs. The price you pay is based on the carcass weight before it is cut according to individual cutting instructions. The weight is called "hanging weight" or "on the rail". Once the carcass has been cut, the weight of the meat will be around 50 - 66% less than the hanging weight with the difference being the bones, trim and organs. Please inform the butcher if you would like to keep any of these, as you pay for them.

Butcher's Pricing:

There is a minimum for packaging lamb and goat, so if you request less than:

  • 4 chops/package
  • 2 steaks/package

there is a $5.00 extra charge.

Also:

  • Boned out ribs or legs
  • Legs for stewing meat
  • Legs butterflied

$3.00 extra charge per piece.

• $5.00 extra for Crown Roast

  • No extra charge for a Rack of Lamb.
  • If you wish shanks on the leg roasts please inform the butcher

The final price to you includes:

  • the butcher fees of $75.00/lamb
  • packaging box of $1.50

Whole Lamb: $7.50/lb. cut, wrapped and frozen

Delivery:

There is delivery to Chilliwack in the fall. Delivery can be arranged to Williams Lake, Kamloops and local areas.

 

 

Ann Armann

Ph: 250-395-0138

P.O. Box 14, Lone Butte, BC V0K 1X0

annarmann@circle-h.ca

 

Naturally raised, grass-fed, grass finished

Beef and Lamb

 

Ann Armann, 100 Mile House, BC

Naturally raised, grass-fed, grass finished

Beef and Lamb

 

Ann Armann, 100 Mile House, BC

Naturally raised, grass-fed, grass finished

Beef and Lamb

 

Ann Armann, 100 Mile House, BC

BEEF

Products and Pricing 2017 to Spring of 2018

All meat is grassfed, grass finished, humanely treated, no antibiotics or growth hormones, and from happy, healthy farm stock.

Circle H Angus 18+ month-old beef will weigh out according to size of animal but, to give an idea, the average size would be:

Whole Carcass:

425 - 600 lbs. for 18+ month-old beef

Front or Hind Quarter:

Average 117 - 120 lbs.

The price you pay is based on the carcass weight before it is cut according to individual cutting instructions. The weight is called "hanging weight" or "on the rail". Once the carcass has been cut, the weight of the meat will be around 50 - 66% less than the hanging weight with the difference being the bones, trim and organs. Please inform the butcher if you would like to keep any of these, as you pay for them.

The final price to you includes the butcher fees of:

  • 60¢/lb. cut, wrapped and frozen
  • $95.00/animal butchering fee
  • CDIC fee $3.00/head
  • Brand inspection fee $6.50
  • Packaging boxes $1.50 each
  • 7c/lb. disposal charge

Generally, the customer is required to phone the butcher with their cutting instructions who will help with advice on the various cuts and options.

Whole or Half Side: $5.30/lb.

Butcher's Pricing:

Special request for steaks, roast or stir-fry: an additional price per pound will apply. Order a smaller-framed animal if less meat is required.

If family or friends wish to share a half side 50/50 and would like it to be packed separately, the extra fee is 5¢/lb. hanging weight (between $20 - $30).

Dry-aged hanging is for 14 days, but if a customer wishes it to be hung longer, then the charge is $2.50/half side/day.

 

Beef-in-a-Box:

This is based on actual weight or "off the rail", and is the meat you take home after the trim and bones have been removed. This is a good way to go if you have smaller freezer space, or for those who do not want larger quantities of meat.

Beef-In-A-Box consists of a varied selection of packaged meat such as ground beef, stewing beef, short ribs, steaks and roasts. The ground beef and stewing beef are packaged in one pound packs.

The weight of a beef-in-a-box is around 30 lbs. Price is $8.30/lb.

 

Hamburger & Hamburger Patties:

Year-round supply. Usually in stock are 1-lb packages at $6.50, and hamburger patties 20 x 4 oz. patties at $36.00/pack.

Dog Food:

• Package sizes vary: $3.00/lb

 

LAMB

Products and Pricing 2017 to Spring of 2018

All meat is grassfed, grass finished, humanely treated, no antibiotics or growth hormones, and from happy, healthy farm stock.

The ewes and lambs run all summer long at Circle H Ranch; and eat the wonderful vegetation that is found in the bush and on pasture. The ewes are a cross-section of breeds, but mainly Suffolk and Hampshire cross.

The lambs usually weigh out hanging weight to around 55 lbs. The price you pay is based on the carcass weight before it is cut according to individual cutting instructions. The weight is called "hanging weight" or "on the rail". Once the carcass has been cut, the weight of the meat will be around 50 - 66% less than the hanging weight with the difference being the bones, trim and organs. Please inform the butcher if you would like to keep any of these, as you pay for them.

Butcher's Pricing:

There is a minimum for packaging lamb and goat, so if you request less than:

  • 4 chops/package
  • 2 steaks/package

there is a $5.00 extra charge.

Also:

  • Boned out ribs or legs
  • Legs for stewing meat
  • Legs butterflied

$3.00 extra charge per piece.

• $5.00 extra for Crown Roast

  • No extra charge for a Rack of Lamb.
  • If you wish shanks on the leg roasts please inform the butcher

The final price to you includes:

  • the butcher fees of $75.00/lamb
  • packaging box of $1.50

Whole Lamb: $7.50/lb. cut, wrapped and frozen

Delivery:

There is delivery to Chilliwack in the fall. Delivery can be arranged to Williams Lake, Kamloops and local areas.

 

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