Grocery Stores Moooove Over: Crowd Cow


Where’s the beef you ask?  Looking for 100% grass-fed, grass-finished meat?  Look no further than Crowd Cow.  (Special $15 off for Mom Blog Society readers). The source for quality beef. Delicious, healthy, raised by the very best local ranches.

What’s so special, and how does this work?

Claim a share, rally your friends, tip the cow and become a steak holder.

Buyers pool their resources and purchase a share of a cow.  Consumers choose the amount and cuts that their families enjoy. Ordering online directly from the source, and having the meat delivered right they door, ensures a tasty meal on the table.

Crowd Cow

The How to Crowd Cow

When joining  forces with others, one becomes a “steak holder”, of the quantity and exact cuts of preference. There are no  worries about where that meat is coming from or what surprises are in store. The buyer knows where the beef is raised, and is assured that the beef purchased, is from healthy cows and the meat is cut,  processed and then shipped in prime condition.

Crowd CowThe Process

  1. Meat is dry-aged for about 14 days, then cut or ground. 
  2. Next the cuts are individually packaged in single-serving sizes (vacuum-sealed in sous vide-ready pouches) and immediately flash frozen. 
  3. Last, orders are delivered directly to the buyer for a flat fee.

Crowd Cow

Why grass fed? 

A cows stomach is designed to break down the grasses that it forage on, therefore grass is the best diet for them.   Grain feeding has become a staple, because in mass production it is cheaper for the rancher.  Adding corn and grain to cattle diets, means rapid weight gain. As a result,  beef can be ready in as little as 12 months, rather than the 18 – 24 months for strictly grass fed. Cows have trouble  handling the added grain in their diets, so consequently, they must be given antibiotics, anti-bloating medications, etc. as part of the supplemental feeding. 

Choose your shares:

  • Coulette Steak
  • Flank Steak
  • Tri-Tip Steak
  • Skirt Steak
  • Merlot Steak
  • Chuck Steak Mix
  • Round Steak Mix
  • Premium Ground Beef
  • Lean Ground Steak
  • Rib Steak
  • Flat Iron Steak
  • Premium Ground Beef
  • Petite Tender
  • Shank
  • Short Ribs
  • Chuck Roast
  • Top Round Roast


Even soup bones, leaf fat, liver and kidney are available. The meat of the story…healthy quality beef, fair prices and supporting local ranchers equals great taste!

Learn More and Connect with Crowd Cow:  Website | Facebook | Twitter

About Author


Libby wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Teacher*Friend*Animal Lover* Former Early Pregnancy and Childbirth Educator and Substitute Teacher (preK - 12) *Medically Disabled...SURVIVOR! Libby is very happily married to the love of her life (for 41 yeas), the mother of 10 grown children and "Nonnie" to 23 growing grand children. She adores animals, and is "owned" by two furbabies: Gung Poe Wigglebutt ( a Black Pug, who's mission in life is to be her shadow) and Gabriel, SD, CGC, PAT, (her Service Dog, who is a Chocolate Lab/Weimaraner mix). Libby also has two Red Eared Aquatic Turtles, Tucker and Turner, who couldn't care less about her, other than at meal times!

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Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

I love this idea! I think it’s so much healthier for us, and it sounds much kinder to the cows to be fed grass. Thank you for sharing this!

6 years ago

I am not a big meat eater but my family will eat a steak. I would want them to eat the most healthy cows so this meat is a great choice.

6 years ago

I have been looking for something like this. I buy my meat at the store but I don’t know where it comes from and I would love to be able to buy grass fed beef.

6 years ago

What a great idea! Thanks for the information. I have never heard of such a thing.

Ann B
Ann B
6 years ago

This is a great way to get my family’s meat. I am always looking for healthier options for my family.

Amy Desrosiers
Amy Desrosiers
6 years ago

I know when I was a kid we always raised a cow to slaughter. I think this is a good idea if you can find families to split the meat with.

6 years ago

That sounds like such an economical way to get grass-fed beef. Then you know the whole cow was used and didn’t go to waste.

Cathi Crismon
6 years ago

Crowd Cow is brilliant for people who are not able to raise their own beef. I love the idea!

janis @mommyblogexpert

I’ve never heard of Crowd Cow before. This sounds like a great way for beef eaters to get fine quality meat.

Toni | Boulder Locavore

I love this! I am always looking for grass-fed cows for my family. Much healthy and safe!

6 years ago

This sounds like such a great idea. Eating beef that comes from cows that are grass-fed is important to the quality.