Where do you deliver to?
- We deliver to Westchester County, New York and vicinity.
Is your grass fed meat USDA inspected?
- Absolutely. All of our grass fed meat, has the USDA stamp of a federal USDA inspector on each package.
Is there a money back guarantee, if not satisfied?
- Yes, if for any reason you are unsatisfied with the product, return the product, and we will reimburse your purchase price. We strive to ensure customer satisfaction.
How much does delivery cost?
- We charge $8 for delivery, to help offset the high cost of transportation.
- Free delivery for orders of more than $100.
Is there a minimum order?
- Yes, there is a $30 minimum order for delivery. Our grass fed meat is frozen to zero degrees, and can last for more than 6 months in the freezer. You can order a weeks worth or a months supply of grass fed meat, and keep it in the freezer.
Are there any hidden costs?
- None. We believe in transparency, and find it frustrating when companies have hidden costs.
What if I am away on vacation, and have to cancel my existing order?
- Give us a call, email, or text, and we will cancel the delivery, then let us know when you are ready, and we will deliver your order.
How does your delivery system work?
- Once you place your order, our system sends a message for us to fulfill your order, we then box and package your order, then we deliver your package within your delivery time.
Do I have to be home to receive my order?
- Yes, our FarmEats driver will deliver your order directly to you, or someone you authorize. You would need to be present at the time of delivery. The grass fed meats are perishable, and to ensure proper storage and handling, we need to personally deliver your order to you.
How long will it take to receive my order?
- Within 2 business days, after your order is finalized.
What if I have a special order, or I am catering a function?
- If you are catering a function, and would like to place a larger order, please email, or call us to discuss the specifics of your order. We may need more time to fill a larger order.
Grass Fed Beef of the Month Club!
Order 11 months of grass fed beef, get the next order free! Average value of 11 months of orders, equals 12th free monthly order.
Totally flexible, the 11 months of orders do not have to be in a row, we will keep track of your orders, and will advise when the 11th order has occurred, to get the 12th order free!
Simple to use, each month order from FarmEats.com different combinations of grass fed, pasture raised beef, or you can choose the same order every month of your favorite grass fed beef, its up to you! FarmEats will deliver the order to you, and delivery is free -if the order is greater than $100, if the order is less than $100 there is a $8 delivery fee.
Great gift idea! Give FarmEats Grass Fed Beef of the Month Club to friends, families, clients, Paleo cave-people, and/or other grass fed beef lovers!
Can you support my restaurant business?
- If you run a restaurant and would like to use local grass fed meat in your dishes, please give us a call, or email, to set up a meeting to discuss; how we can work together to fulfill your supply needs.
Why do you offer only grass fed, pasture raised meats, and other local farm products?
- Humanely raised grass fed farm animals that live their entire lives on a local farm, should be the way farm animals are raised.
- Also, grass fed meat has a gamier taste. Grass fed steaks, taste like meat, not fat!
- The health benefits of grass fed meats, are an additional reason that we offer only grass fed meats, and local farm products. Grass fed beef is not only lower in overall fat and in saturated fat, but it has the added advantage of providing more omega-3 fats. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is another “good” fat worth examining. When ruminants are raised on fresh pasture alone, their meat and milk contains three to five times more CLA than similar products from animals fed grain-based diets. Scientists now believe that CLA may be one of our most potent defenses against cancer. animalwelfareapproved.org/consumers/health-benefits
Is my personal information safe and secure?
- We never share, disclose, sell, or misuse your personal information, including; email address, name, address, phone number, credit card information, and any other information you provide to us. We fully respect your privacy.
How do you ensure your online ordering system, is safe and secure?
- Our online ordering system we use is a quick and completely secure way to accept credit card and debit card payments online. The system meets and exceeds the most stringent industry standards for security. The system has been audited by a PCI-certified auditor, and is certified to PCI Service Provider Level 1. This is the most stringent level of certification available. The system is fully SSL enabled.
What should I know about grass fed meat, safe handling procedures?
According to the USDA; there are three safe ways to defrost beef: in the refrigerator, in cold water, and in the microwave. Never defrost on the counter or in other locations.
- Refrigerator:. It's best to plan ahead for slow, safe thawing in the refrigerator. Ground beef, stew meat, and steaks may defrost within a day. Bone-in parts and whole roasts may take 2 days or longer. Once the raw beef defrosts, it will be safe in the refrigerator for 3 to 5 days before cooking. During this time, if you decide not to use the beef, you can safely refreeze it without cooking it first.
- Cold Water:. To defrost beef in cold water, do not remove packaging. Be sure the package is airtight or put it into a leakproof bag. Submerge the beef in cold water, changing the water every 30 minutes so that it continues to thaw. Small packages of beef may defrost in an hour or less; a 3- to 4-pound roast may take 2 to 3 hours.
- Microwave:. When microwave defrosting beef, plan to cook it immediately after thawing because some areas of the food may become warm and begin to cook during microwaving. Holding partially-cooked food is not recommended because any bacteria present wouldn't have been destroyed.
For safety, the USDA recommends cooking hamburgers and ground beef mixtures such as meat loaf to 160 °F as measured with a food thermometer. Cook all organ and variety meats (such as heart, kidney, liver and tongue) to 160 °F.
Cook all raw beef steaks and roasts to a minimum internal temperature of 145 °F as measured with a food thermometer before removing meat from the heat source. For safety and quality, allow meat to rest for at least three minutes before carving or consuming. For reasons of personal preference, consumers may choose to cook meat to higher temperatures.
Times are based on beef at refrigerator temperature (40 °F). Remember that appliances and outdoor grills can vary in heat. Use a food thermometer to check for safe cooking and doneness of beef.
Approximate Beef Cooking Times °F
Type of Beef / Size / Cooking Method / Cooking Time / Internal Temperature
Rib Roast, bone in 4 to 6 lbs. Roast 325° 23-25 min./lb. 145 °F and allow to rest at least 3 minutes
Rib Roast, boneless rolled 4 to 6 lbs. Roast 325° Add 5-8 min./lb. to times above
Chuck Roast, Brisket 3 to 4 lbs.*Braise 325°
Round or Rump Roast 2 1/2 to 4 lbs. Roast 325° 30-35 min./lb.
Tenderloin, whole 4 to 6 lbs.Roast 425° 45-60 min. total
Steaks 3/4" thick Broil/Grill 4-5 min. per side
Stew or Shank Cross Cuts1 to 1 1/2" thick Cover with liquid; simmer 2 to 3 hours
Short Ribs 4" long and 2" thick *Braise 325° 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours
Hamburger patties, fresh 4 ounces Grill, broil or fry 3 to 5 minutes per side 160 °F
*Braising is roasting or simmering less-tender meats with a small amount of liquid in a tightly covered pan.
Storage Times for Beef Products/ Refrigerator 40 ° /Freezer 0 °F
Fresh beef roast, steaks, chops, or ribs; refrigerate for 3 to 5 days or freeze at 0 degrees for 6 to 12 months
Fresh beef liver or variety meats; refrigerate for 1 or 2 days, or freeze at 0 degrees for 3 to 4 months
Home cooked beef, soups, stews or casseroles; refrigerate for 3 to 4 days, or freeze at 0 degrees for 2 to 3 months
For more information regarding meat and food safety, please see the following USDA site; www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-safety-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/meat-preparation/beef-from-farm-to-table/ct_index