Get frozen meat shipped to your door! Visit our Home Delivery (Shipping) page under the Ways to Buy menu to learn more.

Home Delivery (Shipping)

We are now shipping to the 1- and 2-day FedEx ground zones around our farm! To stay updated on sales and info about our farm, please join our newsletter.

How It Works

Enter Your ZIP

Create your account and enter your ZIP Code to see if you are within our delivery area.

Fill Your Cart

Browse through our selection of natural beef and chicken. Order what you love. ($75 order min.)

Receive Your Order

We will pack and ship your order straight to your home. Check your doorstep—you've got a delicious delivery.

Shipping FAQs


Is the order total at checkout the cost that I will pay?

No. Many of our products are priced by weight, so we can't guarantee that the estimated total in your cart is the final cost you will pay. When we gather/pack your order (usually 1-2 days before it ships), we will send you an email with the final weights and cost total. If you want to modify your order at that point, just let us know by reply and we will work with you to make sure you love what is in your box.

***Please Note: We are a small farm, not a large warehouse. We will do our best to accommodate your order and any special requests. If any item becomes out of stock, we will notify you and your total cost will be adjusted accordingly.

When will my card be charged?

You will be charged the day before your package is shipped. You will receive a notification from us, as well as a digital receipt from Stripe, who processes our online payments.

What is the cost of shipping?

As you can imagine, shipping frozen meat across the country can be tough. We've partnered with perishable shipping experts to lower the cost of shipping and created a flat fee of $15 for shipping orders—so you can shop without a big surprise at checkout.

Shipping Transparency Notice: For a small family farm like ours, shipping and materials cost a significant amount. The shipping fee included on your order covers 1-2 boxes (each box can hold about 8-12 lb. of meat, depending on the bulkiness of the product). If your order requires additional boxes, we may add additional fees to cover those costs, and you will be notified in your order-packed email before you're charged with the final box additions. We do this only when absolutely necessary to make sure we can continue to offer this shipping service to our customers. If you have any questions, reach out to Thank you for supporting our farm.


How will my order be shipped?

We ship via FedEx ground services. Right now, we service the zones that are within 2 shipping days from our farm. At this time, we have suspended 3-day shipping as we have experienced frequent and significant delays on 3-day packages. We hope to eventually be able to ship to the entire country. If you'd like to be notified of new developments, sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.


When will I receive my order?

We ship boxes out Tuesday of each week. We only send packages out once a week, so place your order by Thursday to have your box sent at the beginning of the following week. Depending on your area, it may take 2-3 days from the time it is shipped for your box to hit your doorstep. Once your package is picked up from our farm, you will receive a tracking number via email.

Receiving Your Order

What should I expect when I receive my box?

The meat in your order was carefully packed frozen with dry ice. If you are in our 1-day shipping zone, your box may have cold packs instead of dry ice. You should unpack your box as soon as you can. Your meat may have begun to thaw around the edges—that's okay! According to the USDA, mail-order food that arrives cold to the touch (40°F or below) is completely safe to cook and consume. Refrigerate or re-freeze your meat immediately after opening your package.

How do I dispose of dry ice?

Be very cautious when handling dry ice. Remove it from your box with insulated gloves or a thick towel. Place the ice in an area with good, steady airflow where it can sublimate. Keep away from pets and children! Dry ice will evaporate with little or no trace and it may have already evaporated fully during transit (that's fine!).

How do I dispose of the shipping packaging?

Box & Kraft Paper

You can recycle the cardboard box using your normal recycling routine. Your box may also contain brown shipping paper (we use this to fill airspace and increase insulation in your box) that can also be recycled according to your local facility's specifications.

Insulated Liner

We use two different types of insulated liner depending on your shipment type:

If your liner is lightweight and green: you've got a sustainable insulated liner made from non-GMO cornstarch. For disposal, cut the film and remove the foam inside. Recycle the film with #4 plastics (place it in the plastic film recycling drop-off bin at your nearest grocery store). The remaining foam can be composted, dissolved in water, or safely burned in your fireplace or grill. For more disposal information, click here.

If the liner in your box is thick and white/gray: unfortunately, these liners cannot be composted or recycled—but they can be reused! Add the liners to grocery totes or use them to turn almost any box into a long-lasting cooler.