Want to order a 1/4, 1/2 or Whole Beef, 1/2 or Whole Pork or a Whole Lamb?

Dear customers,

Please notice the following information if you would like to order a ¼, ½ or whole Beef  a ½ or Whole Pork or a Whole Lamb in 2018.

If you want to get on the list for beef or pork : Please use the online order form and also e-transfer a deposit to this email address. First come, first serve.

For Lambs is no pre-order or deposit required this year. We are sure we will have enough lamb ready for delivery in fall 2018 to supply everyone who wants one.

 

Quarter, half or Whole Beef

If you would like to have a ¼, half or whole beef in 2018, please let us know soon.

All ¼, half or whole Beef of the first butcher date, ready for delivery in July, are sold out already.
From the second butcher date (July), ready for delivery in August or September, only one is still available .
After that you are looking at delivery in fall for ¼, half or whole beef – still available.

 

half or Whole Pork

The next pig butcher date with the opportunity to order a half or whole Pork is March 6th (will be ready for the delivery in April). Please order before March 6th.

 

Ordering a Whole Lamb

No pre-order or deposits required for lambs this year (delivery in fall). We are sure we will have enough lamb ready for delivery in fall 2018 to supply everyone.

Your team on Big Bear Ranch

Next Meat Delivery to Kamloops & the Okanagan

Our next Meat Delivery to Kamloops and the Okanagan Region will be on December, 1st 2017.

These are our usual delivery spots so far:

 

Whole / Half Pork – Order now for next meat delivery

Dear customers and friends of Big Bear Ranch,

our first pigs from the 2017 litters will be butchered this Thursday. If you would like to have a custom cut half or whole of our healthy pigs, please email us before Tuesday night, because we want to sort them on Wednesday. These orders will than be ready for the next delivery on December 2nd, 2017.

Our pigs get only certified organic hog grower in addition to their nutritious pasture. Therefore, you can be sure they are GMO free and their feed is not contaminated with glyphosate (ingredient in RoundUp, causing cancer with high certainty). Most Conventional farmers spray grains, sugar beets, potatoes with RoundUp to kill the plant to save on costs for drying.

The growing epidemic of gluten intolerant people is probably one of the early warning signs of this dangerous practice.

 

Yours

Rainer, Florian & Steffi Krumsiek