Here is what we got:
Pork Chops – 2.19# @6.99/lb. = 15.31
Ground Pork – 2.07# @ 6.00/lb = 12.42
Beef Soup Bone – .98# @ 4.99/lb = 4.89
Spare Ribs – 2.94# @4.00/lb = 11.76
Beef Sirloin Tip Roast – 2.68# @9.00/lb = 24.12
Ground Beef – 1# @5.99 lb. = 5.99
2 whole chickens – these did not have the weight on them, but they are approximately $4.19/lb.
We continue to enjoy the meat CSA. We get meat that we would normally not buy such as lamb and ribs, and the meat is high quality and tastes delicious. We still have quite a bit of it in the freezer and are saving it for the winter months. Our CSA ends in October, and we will need to decide at that time if we would like to continue for 6 more months or if we will live off our little stockpile.
This meat CSA is able to meet most of our meat needs; the only things we still buy are organic whole chickens from Costco (mainly so we can make homemade chicken stock, though the meat never goes to waste!) and ground turkey for some of our freezer meals like Lighter Meatloaf. Again, I buy that from Costco. Of course, this meat CSA supplements the ground beef we purchased from my cousin’s husband in the spring.