Large CSA Share (12 lb meat bundle)

11 reviews

12 pounds of mixed grass fed beef and lamb, and pasture-raised pork and turkey. You'll get your share of the whole animal, receiving:

Pork chops, lamb chops, steaks, chuck roasts, shoulder roasts, pork belly, shanks, kabobs, minute steaks, leg of lamb, ground, short ribs, smoked turkey breast, ground turkey, spare ribs, and more. We mix it up for you so it's always a bit like opening a surprise. 

CSA shares are how we began selling pasture-raised meats, and we will continue offering these mixed bundles of fresh cuts as long as you want them! This one is sized for a family that eats meat a few times a week. It's the medium CSA plus two lbs of turkey and/or lamb.

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4.9 Based on 11 Reviews
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    Needra M.
    United States United States
    Good variety

    I also had trouble putting in my order for a turkey and stuff I kept trying and finally gave up. I need help - boomer

    Vera K.
    United States United States
    Yummy meat

    The overall experience was great. We received the meat to our address and everything worked out very well. No hassle, and always delicious meat.

    A North Mountain Pastures Customer
    Lindsay A.
    United States United States
    The best!

    Very impressed with the quality and selection of meat! Highly recommend!!

    Andrew S.
    United States United States
    Always on point

    Always great quality. During the summer sometimes package would melt. So would have to plan on getting home when order arrived. But since temps are down. No issues

    Jessica L.
    United States United States
    food: great. Packaging: a work in progress.

    The food is great; the packaging causes me heartburn. I worry about the chemicals in the chill packs, and the plastic used in making them -- and I worry about all that insulation batting, too -- I have given it to people to use for compost, but I suggest you include in the box or publish online some suggested ways of using or disposing of it -- and also not wrap batting it in plastic unnecessarily!