Shopping FAQs


What does shipping cost?

We have three shipping regions; Local ( 1 day transit), Semi-Local (2 day transit) and Nationwide (3+ days in transit). 
For our our 'Local' & 'Semi-Local' addresses ( includes most addresses in NY, NJ, VT, NH, PA, MA, RI, DE, CT, MD, VA, WV, ME, OH and the District of Columbia.)
From Oct 1st to May 31st;
  • $0-$99 - shipping is $15
  • $100-$299  - shipping is $10
  • $300 + - shipping is free!
From June 1st - September 30th; 
      Summer heat is great, except when shipping frozen meat, ice cream or chocolate!
Shipping small amounts of frozen meat during the summer heat is not an easy or simple assignment. 'Semi-Local' locations who order over 40 lbs qualify for Ground shipping. For smaller orders, Overnight Express shipping will be quoted in the checkout. During the heat of summer this range is smaller and includes most of NYS except Long Island, all of CT, a good bit of NJ, the parts of MA around Boston and so on.)
Shipping to all zip codes that are longer than 2 day transit, call us for a quote on your particular order. We may, at times, be able to beat what is quoted on our website and would be happy to do so. 
Shipping to remote areas, Alaska and Hawaii may be priced differently. For more info, see our What is 'Local' Shipping? post?

How long will it take to receive my order?

The shipping date of your meat will be between 1-7 after you have ordered. If it is delayed for longer than a week, we will contact you about this! It may be that the meat hasn't finished dry-aging, smoking or being cut, wrapped, frozen. We do our very best to get your order to you quickly.

What is a 'box'?

It is some of our most popular cuts in easy to request sizes that takes advantage of the full box. Feel free to add extra cuts alongside any of your box selections. You can also request certain cuts within your box in the notes.

Can we visit the ranch and pick up our order?

Yes, you can! Please just note that you would like to pick up and call us (315-347-4352) to make an appointment to ensure we are close to the freezer when you come. "On the ranch" could mean we are at the back of the 200 acre pasture, we wouldn't want to miss you!