Meat Sampler Box

Meat Sampler Box

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$50.00

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Not sure about purchasing a large amount of meat?  Try out our 5lb sampler box and you’ll want to buy the whole cow.

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Meat sampler box can be picked up at the ranch or drop off points.  The High Desert drop off is at Victor Valley College.  We’ll email you about arranging this when you purchase!

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