Black Angus Rib Steak
This steak is rich, juicy and full-flavored with generous marbling throughout. Due to their exceptional taste and tenderness, these well-marbled steaks are a favorite among steak enthusiasts.
2 steaks per package.
Each Package is approximately 1.75 - 2.5 lbs.
ChopLocal Meat Delivery from Local Farms and Butcher Shops
How much does it cost to ship my meat order?
Shipping from this farm or butcher shop varies depending on the destination.
Preferred Rate Areas
- Orders under $49.99 = $24.99 shipping
- Orders over $49.99 = FREE shipping
Extended Rate Areas
- Orders under $49.99 = $49.99 shipping
- Orders over $49.99 = $24.99 shipping
Because ChopLocal sellers ship directly from their farm or butcher shop, these rates apply to orders from a single farmer/butcher.
*Please note, as you shop on ChopLocal, you may find products from other farms and butcher shops, and they may have different preferred/extended rate areas.
When will my meats ship?
ChopLocal farmers and butchers ship orders on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday unless otherwise noted. This is to avoid weekend delays and ensure that you receive your order in good condition.
Can I order meat as a gift?
Yes! Enter the recipient's address in "Shipping Address" and we'll send meat right to their door!
How is my order kept cold?
Each of ChopLocal's farmers and butchers ship directly from their farm or butcher shop, using insulated shipping containers and coolant to ensure your meat arrives in good condition.
Different sellers use different insulation and cooling products, so if you have questions about the specific products used, please contact the seller directly.
What should I do if there's an issue?
If you do not receive your order in a timely manner or the meat has thawed, please contact email@example.com within 24 hours of delivery. Check out our refund policy for more information.
About Loncorich Family Farms
Loncorich Family Farms is a 3rd generation farm started in 1962 by Leonard and Frances Loncorich. It began by growing crops such as corn, soybeans, and wheat. Their son Michael and his family also raised livestock from time to time.
Today, grandsons Dean and Scott, together with their families, have continued to work alongside Michael and Barb in the row crop operation while also adding dairy steers and a registered black Angus herd to the farm. It started with just a few cows, but with the support of our extended family and friends, we realized the desire of people to know where their food comes from and how it is raised. We have found it very rewarding to work alongside multiple generations, passing on the values that farming teaches to our children.