Store FAQs2017-12-29T00:50:17+00:00

store faqs

We currently only ship to the following states: California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and Colorado.

Please check back because we are planning on expanding our fulfillment capabilities to reach the entire United States.

How does the box ship?2017-12-14T21:10:00+00:00

Our beef is individually packaged and frozen at the peak of freshness. Your order will be boxed and arrive in an insulated cooler bag packed with a combination of dry ice and freezer packs. Orders are shipped on Mondays to ensure your beef is delivered to you as fast and fresh as possible.

When will I get my subscription box of grass fed beef?2017-12-14T21:22:09+00:00

We ship out all boxes on the Second Monday of each month. You will receive an email when your beef has been shipped and you should expect your beef in 1 to 3 business days. Please see map with transit times to each state.

Is there Free Shipping?2017-12-14T21:25:44+00:00

Yes!  We are happy to offer free shipping on all orders!

When will my credit card be charged?2017-12-14T23:06:38+00:00

Your credit card will be charged at the time of your initial purchase for your first month’s subscription.  Your credit card will then be charged the first Monday of each following month to continue your subscription. You may cancel your subscription at any time by sending an email to store@sunfedranch.com or by calling 1-833-786-2333.

What states do you ship to?2017-12-14T23:10:09+00:00

Because beef is a perishable product, we only ship to the Western United States to ensure product integrity. We are currently able to ship to California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and Colorado.  Please check back because we are planning on expanding our fulfillment capabilities to reach the entire United States.

What are the benefits of Grass Fed Beef?2017-12-14T23:10:56+00:00

Grass fed beef packs powerful protein and other important nutrients to fuel a healthy lifestyle!  It is higher in omega-3 fatty acids, beta-carotene and Vitamins A, E and B12 than grain fed beef.  Grass fed beef is also leaner and lower in total fat.

What is the difference between Natural Grass Fed Beef and Organic Grass Fed Beef?2017-12-14T23:12:08+00:00

SunFed Ranch is committed to raising all of our cattle to the highest of standards. Whether you’re purchasing our organic or natural beef, you can trust that all SunFed Ranch cattle meet stringent standards.

No hormones. No antibiotics. No corn. Simple as that.

We are proud to offer two different lines of 100% grass fed and grass finished beef, Organic and Natural, delivered to your door. The SunFed Ranch Organic Grass Fed Beef program follows rigorous traceability and segregation practices that are verified by third-party auditors to ensure ingredient integrity through to the finished product.

The SunFed Ranch Natural Grass Fed Beef cattle follow similar strict standards and are raised as organically as possible. The main difference between the programs is that cattle, pastures, feed, processing and value-added product ingredients are not routinely audited, tested and certified through third party auditors for our Natural beef program like our Organic program. The Natural cattle may graze on non-certified or verified pastures, whereas the Organic cattle must graze on organically-certified pastures. The Natural program allows us to offer you sustainably and humanely-raised grass beef at a lower price point since there in not the cost and time burden of the verification process.

Does Grass Fed Beef Cook Differently?2017-12-15T17:13:05+00:00

Yes! Grass fed beef is leaner and cooks differently than grain fed beef. When cooked with just a few adjustments, grass fed beef is wonderfully tender. Below are some pointers to help you cook your premium quality, grass fed beef to perfection.

• Grass fed beef requires 30% less cooking time than grain fed beef.

• Achieve a delicious sear on your steak and then allow it to finish cooking at a much lower temperature.

• Always use tongs to turn steaks. Forget the fork: it will pierce the meat, allowing flavorful juices to escape.

• Grass fed beef is intended for rare to medium-rare cooking. Use a meat thermometer as a gauge of doneness rather than cooking time.

• Since grass fed beef is lower in fat, coat with a light oil to prevent drying and sticking.

• Baste to add moisture throughout the grilling process. Don’t forget grass fed beef requires less cooking time so don’t leave your steaks unattended.

• If roasting, reduce the temperature of your traditional recipes developed for grain fed beef by 50 degrees. This usually means around 275 degrees or at the lowest heat setting in a crock pot.

• Let meat rest for 10-15 minutes, then slice thinly against the grain to serve.

grass fed beef cooking tips

Grass fed beef is leaner and cooks differently than grain fed beef. When cooked with just a few adjustments, grass fed beef is wonderfully tender. Below are some pointers to help you cook your premium quality, grass fed beef to perfection.

• Grass fed beef requires 30% less cooking time than grain fed beef.

• Achieve a delicious sear on your steak and then allow it to finish cooking at a much lower temperature.

• Always use tongs to turn steaks. Forget the fork: it will pierce the meat, allowing flavorful juices to escape.

• Grass fed beef is intended for rare to medium-rare cooking. Use a meat thermometer as a gauge of doneness rather than cooking time.

• Since grass fed beef is lower in fat, coat with a light oil to prevent drying and sticking.

• Baste to add moisture throughout the grilling process. Don’t forget grass fed beef requires less cooking time so don’t leave your steaks unattended.

• If roasting, reduce the temperature of your traditional recipes developed for grain fed beef by 50 degrees. This usually means around 275 degrees or at the lowest heat setting in a crock pot.

• Let meat rest for 10-15 minutes, then slice thinly against the grain to serve.