You know how nice it is to have food in the house, right? Something you can pull out of the freezer and build a tasty (and nutritious) dinner around. That’s what it’s all about when it comes to ordering beef and pork in bulk. 20160621_165316

For those who’ve done it before…

You know the drill! Since you already have an account with our farm, simply log into your account and add the deposit to an order. We’ll take care of the rest. We are honored to have you as a repeat customer, and want to do everything we can to help your family get the highest quality meats we possibly can.

For the newcomers…

A little nervous about placing a bulk order? We understand and want you to know that we’re here for you every step of the ordering process. Just ask a question if there’s anything at all that you wonder about. For starters, here’s what you need to do:

1. First, take a minute to estimate how many pounds of beef or pork your family eats in a month, six months, or a year. 

2. Next, think about how that matches the quantities of beef and pork listed here:

Beef quarter = ~120 lbs of various packaged cuts (steaks, ground beef, tenderloin etc.)

Pork half = ~80 lbs of various packaged cuts (pork chops, bacon, hams, roasts etc.)


3. Next, create a profile with the farm and enter your complete customer information. This will ask for a credit card number for billing, as well as a preferred delivery address. Home delivery is available in Minot, Bismarck, Williston, Grand Forks and more.

4. Log into your account, and add a beef deposit or a pork deposit to match the amount you decided above and save it to your next order date.

That’s it for ordering! Your deposit will be scheduled for the date of your next order, and your credit card will be billed the day before that date.

Once your beef or hog is sent to butcher, we will send you an email with contact info for you to let the butcher know your cutting and packaging preferences. Just tell him general cutting preferences like, “lots of ground beef,” or, “do as many steaks as you can” and he will take it from there.  

Bartlett Farms will then pick up your order from the butcher and deliver it to you at a convenient date. Please watch your email for updates about your order and any changes that may happen to the delivery schedule.

Note, you may see a delivery reminder email listing your deposit as an item scheduled for delivery. If so, and your deposit is the only item listed, please disregard the email because the deposit is only a down payment and not the final order.


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