A truly wild product, wild boar is free roaming and eats a natural, wild diet of foraged nuts, legumes and other forest foods. Wild Boar
Venison is lean, naturally tender, and darker than beef. A versatile menu item, New Zealand venison is free-range and free of added hormones or antibiotics. Venison
North America’s original red meat is leaner than chicken breast. It is beefy, not gamey. Our Bison is raised free-range in Texas on native grasses. Bison
Our all-natural free-range ostrich is humanely raised without added hormones, antibiotics or animal by-products. And, the meat color and flavor resemble beef more than poultry, while their health properties are similar to poultry. Ostrich
Air-chilling (contrasted with water-bath chilling) preserves natural flavor, inhibits bacterial growth and yields exceptionally tender and juicy rabbit meat with succulent flavor. Rabbit
Silverfern Elk is lean, yet tender. It is raised free range and is free of added hormones or antibiotics. Elk/Wapati
The epitome of wild, natural, rich-tasting meat, caribou is finely grained and resembles veal or antelope in flavor and texture. Caribou
Nilgai meat does not have the wild flavor characteristic of most game meat. The flavor is milder than beef and has a similar tenderness as veal. Nilgai Antelope
Flat Iron - $4.25/lb.
AKA Teres Major - $4.95/lb.
Tenderloins - $10.65/lb.
Osso Bucco 2” - $6.50/lb.
Osso Bucco 3” - $6.80/lb.
Osso Bucco 1.5” - $8.50/lb.
Osso Bucco 2” - $8.50/lb.
Osso Bucco 2.5” - $8.50/lb.
Osso Bucco 3” - $8.95/lb.
Cap-Off Top Rounds - $9.95/lb.
Spare Ribs - $4.95/lb.
Medallions - $9.95/lb.
Ground Meat - $4.50/lb.
Boneless Shoulder - $5.75/lb.
Fr. Rack - $14.95/lb.
Venison Tenderloin - $17.95/lb.
(Regular) 4.7-5.6oz/pc - $1.95/pc.
Poussin - $3.95/ea.
Squab - $7.95/ea.