Beacon Hill Ranch Beef
Custom Fed Beef
For five generations, Beacon Hill Ranch has been home to cattle that our family has raised with an eye towards producing great beef while respecting the land, the cattle and those who consume our beef. Today the tradition continues incorporating current science, Hereford genetics and good animal husbandry. All designed to produce old-fashioned quality and flavor from beef that is bred to be leaner than in years past yet still full of flavor, tenderness and important nutrients.
Gourmet meals or burgers on the grill, whichever you choose, the meal will be great when made with custom fed beef from Beacon Hill Ranch. Utilizing an optimal combination of progressive genetics, thoughtful feeding, and old-fashioned dry aging & processing, our beef brings customers back to us time and again. While today’s supermarket beef supply only takes a few days to transition from beef “on the hoof” to beef “on the table”, BHR Beef is the delicious result of time and nature. Supermarket beef makes economic sense for retailers, but frequently yields beef that is missing the rich flavor of carefully fed and dry-aged beef.
BHR Beef is bred, custom fed, and dry-aged for ~21 days to maximize its intense flavor and tender texture. We feed our best steers to just the right weight and finish, ensuring tender, marbled beef that is full of flavor yet not fatty. You can be confident of the careful choices made in the production of BHR Beef.
No hormone based growth stimulants
No feeds containing animal by-products
Dry-aged and cut to your specifications, then vacuum sealed, and frozen
Processed by Four States Meat Processing in Big Cabin, OK
Simply stated BHR Beef is for people who know how they want their beef to taste and want to know the folks who raised it.
Comments from our customers ~
"We absolutley love the beef we got from you guys. The steaks, hamburger meat, roasts and all other cuts have been perfect. Thank you so much for getting my family quality beef. After the bad experience we had with another source, you cannot believe what a relief it was for me that the meat we bought is good... No wait....IS GREAT!!! Please keep us informed for the next opprotunity to order meat. .” Michael P. ~ Tulsa, OK
"My family is sold!" Becky F. ~ Bastrop, TX
“Thank you for the great beef" Kay C. ~ Owasso, OK
"I'll never go back to store bought meat.” Kathy B. ~ Claremore, OK
Interested in putting gourmet beef on your table at every meal?
Want locally ranch-raised beef?
Give us a call. We’ll be happy to review the details of buying a whole steer, a side (one-half steer) or a split side (one quarter steer). Not only will you be getting great quality and great value, you’ll also be buying beef with confidence from local ranchers who have bred and raised your beef to be a satisfying experience at every meal. We’re proud of our beef and we know you’ll taste the difference.
Custom fed beef is available by reservation:
Matt: 918-915-0215 or
Erica: 918-344-0622 or
Susan: 918-344-0791 or
Regardless of your family’s dining habits we have an option that will afford you the opportunity to buy great quality beef in a large quantity. You’ll save in the long run while enjoying delicious gourmet beef from a local source you’ll know and trust. You can even make an appointment to stop by the ranch and see the way we raise your BHR Beef.
Whole Steer: A whole steer usually yields 800-900 pounds of beef. This “hanging weight” is taken before dry-aging and will decrease somewhat in the aging process as moisture evaporates from the beef. Dry-aging utilizes the evaporative process to intensify flavor while natural enzymes in the beef create a change which tenderizes the meat. Dry-aging of ~21 days makes a tremendous difference and is something like the process of aging fine wine or whiskey--nature does the work man-made procedures cannot.
Side of Beef: One-half of a steer is called a side because you get either the right or left side and thus get a selection that includes some of every cut available on the steer. A side of beef is usually 400-450 pounds hanging weight.
Split-Side of Beef: A split-side of beef is equal to one-quarter of a steer. Either the right or left side is halved along the lengthwise axis to deliver a selection that includes some of nearly every cut available on the steer. A split side of beef is usually 200-225 pounds hanging weight.
A family of 4 who eats beef 2-3 nights per week will consume a side of beef in ~9 months
We recommend vacuum packaging in a heavy plastic, freezer safe package. This will result in better storage, less mess when thawing, and clear wrapping for viewing your meats. When arranging your processing with Four States ask for this method. They’ll be able to quote the current charge for processing and vacuum packing.
Your beef will be flash frozen immediately after processing. We recommend that you store it in your freezer for no longer than 1 year. Careful selection of the quantity to be purchased will ensure your beef is consumed while in optimal condition.
Space note: A whole steer will fill a 16 cu. foot chest freezer.
Our prices reflect the quality we breed into every steer we feed, the care we take in developing and delivering a delicious and wholesome product to your table and the extra time involved in natural processes not commonly available in supermarket beef.
Our beef prices fluctuate with the cattle market and are based upon the market price for a finished steer at the time your steer is ready for harvest. Since you are buying in volume you'll see more savings than if you were buying individual cuts at the grocery store.
Please call or e-mail to confirm current pricing for BHR Beef purchased in any of the quantities listed above.
You will purchase the steer from BHR and then pay processing charges directly to Four States depending on the processing options you select.