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Grass Fed Beef Oxtail – 5 lbs
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  • Grass Fed Beef Oxtail

Grass Fed Beef Oxtail – 5 lbs

Oxtail is used for bone broth. Don't miss out on the health benefits of this wonderful broth.

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As the name implies it is the tail of cattle. In history it was readily used when no part of the animal went to waste. Every part of the carcass was used and the tail made a hearty and savory stew.

In modern era it became a throw-away meat without many uses. Thankfully, today it has been rediscovered by upscale chefs.

Oxtail is a bony, gelatin-rich meat, which is usually slow-cooked as a stew or braised. It is a traditional base for the most flavorful beef stock, a robust flavor coming from the bones and marrow.

Traditional preparations often involve hours of slow cooking but it is worth the time. All you have to do is place in a crock pot or low temp oven to slow cook.

Freeze your broth so you always have some on hand.


Our shipping is currently handled by our processing facility and comes direct to your door via either UPS or FedEx.

We ship on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to allow the product to arrive in frozen condition and to avoid the chance of sitting over the weekend.

Currently we ship in Styrofoam coolers using dry ice.  You can reuse these containers for picnics and when you need to keep food cool.

We will send you a shipping confirmation and tracking number the day the product ships so you will be advised to look for arrival.

We send the product with the signature waived to allow the delivery to be left at your door if you are not home.

Otherwise, it may ride around in the delivery truck for days

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