What are your shipping rates?  

The rate for shipping is determined based upon travel distance from farm whether ground or air. 

GROUND SHIPPING:

1-3 Day Ground from Farm depending on the state. 

FL, GA, TN, SC, NC, VA, KY, AL, WV, AR, PA, MS 

Each 1-20 Pounds is $24.99

For each 1-20 pound increment of meat that is purchased.  

21-40 Pounds would be $24.99 x 2 = $49.98

41-60 would be $24.99 x 3 = $74.97

and so on...

 

AIRPLANE / GROUND SHIPPING:

2-3 Days from Farm,

Each 1-20 Pounds $44.99 

For each 20 pound increment of meat that is purchased. 

21-40 Pounds would be $44.99 x 2 = $89.98

41-60 would be $44.99 x 3 = $134.97

and so on...

WA, OR, CA, AZ, NM, AK, TX, LA, MO, IL, IN, OH, MD, DE,  

NJ, NY, WV, CT, RI, MA, NH, ME, VT, MI, WI, MN, ND, SD, WY, ID, UT, NV,

OR,  HI, NE, KS, CO, DC*  

* Some of these States listed above cannot go ground, it would be too long in transit in a HOT UPS Truck and the meats might come to you warm or spoiled, and neither of us want that.  

 

MEATS: Make the most of your 20 lbs. increments for the shipping amounts.

EGGS: Shipping is included in the cost of the eggs.  

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* Please keep in mind that due to COVID-19 delays on UPS's side, it may take an extra day in transit to get to you. We do the best we can in planning, relative to dry ice. Airplane FAA regulations only allow a MAX of 5.5 lbs. of dry ice per package. 

*Our goal is always to get it to you frozen, however given the current situation, your meats may arrive frozen, partially frozen/partially thawed, or completely thawed or refrigerator cold.

There is no food safety issue for meats that come in refrigerator cold to frozen, just place them into the freezer upon arrival and enjoy later.

*In transport sometimes the packages bounce around as well as the dry ice and as a result the packaging may end up with little pin holes or even a small tear. Not to worry if this happens, place in another bag and put in your freezer.

*When defrosting / thawing your meat in the refrigerator, always use a plate or bowl under ALL meats. This is a best practice for food safety. This eliminates juices from going all over your refrigerator.

*If your packages are stuck together, run warm to hot water between them. Do not rip them apart while frozen, this can tear the package and we don't want that.

 *PLEASE REMEMBER DO NOT TOUCH THE DRY ICE*