How it Works
Taste the difference
Once our sons were grown and on their own, we redirected our “raising” energies into a new endeavor—raising cattle. We are passionate about the well-being of the cattle in our care and are committed to finding ways to make ranching more sustainable and environmentally sound.
Our goal is to produce beef that reflects a strong commitment to the health of the cows, the planet, and the people our beef nourishes.
The result? Big Lost Beef— it’s like small-batch bourbon but for beef connoisseurs.
How Shares work
- Choose between a eighth, quarter, half or full Share and reserve with a $200 deposit. Please note that we can only sell our Shares to those living in a 300 mile radius of our ranch in Mackay, Idaho.
BUT WAIT! We also sell our Big Lost Little Box, which includes ~18 lbs of Angus beef and ships throughout Idaho and surrounding states!
- Let us do the work raising the best-quality beef money can buy. We will contact you once your share is ready with the final balance.
- Once the final invoice is paid, we will coordinate your delivery.
What is in a Share?
Approx. 400 lbs
Approx. 200 lbs
Approx. 100 lbs
Approx. 40-45 lbs
85/15 Vacuum-sealed 1 lb packs
Premium 1″ Steaks
T-bone Ribeye, Sirloin
Roasts & Ribs
Chuck, Rump, Sirloin, Round & Short Ribs
Stew/Kabob Meat, Brisket and Soup Bones upon request
We pride ourselves on the highest standard of beef
Our beef is raised with the upmost care and the highest standards. We are proud to be GAP and IMI Global certified.
Where Food Comes From, Inc. was originally founded as IMI Global in 1995 with a focus around traceability in the livestock industry. IMI Global acts as the verification body, conducting the necessary audits to ensure production meet the needs of each specific program. Click on the badge to learn more.
G.A.P. has created a meaningful animal welfare labeling program, verified by audits conducted on every farm, in order to influence the food industry, raise consumer expectations, and create a sustainable environment. Their animal welfare standards are defined by three components: health and productivity, natural living, and emotional well being. Click on the badge to learn more.