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Similar to the T-bone, the Porterhouse is also cut from the short loin. The Portherhouse is a very tender and full of flavor.
Deering Beef is a family-owned farm located in beautiful northeast Iowa. We pride ourselves on providing a quality product from pasture to plate that we are not afraid to put our name on! We focus on all the details, from the corn going into the feed to the breeding selection, to ensure a high-quality, tasty product for you.
Deering Beef was started with a passion for the agriculture industry and a hope of bringing quality beef directly to the consumer. We are thankful that we have always been able to enjoy the best tasting, quality beef and wanted to provide the same opportunity to others. When you support a local, family-owned farm like Deering Beef, you are supporting a hard-working, dedicated family and their future.
The love for beef runs deep in our families. Cattle have been around our farms as long as anyone can remember. From birth to market, we love seeing the product of our hard work and passion come to light. We believe in caring for the environment and leaving the land better than we found it, by challenging the status quo of traditional farming practices. We utilize cattle and grazing methods to aid in this, and appreciate that cattle and regenerative agriculture work hand-in-hand. By challenging traditional farming practices, we believe we are creating healthier soils and stronger rural communities for years to come.
Thank you for checking out our meat and supporting our family!
Aarik, Haley and Baylor Deering
If you're looking for high-quality meat directly from farmers and butcher shops, you're in the right place.
ChopLocal is an online farmer's market just for meat. Farms and butcher shops set up their virtual tents and tables (we call it a microstore) and you can browse, ask questions, and purchase directly from them!
Want to find out more information about this particular cut of meat?
Head up to the upper right hand corner of the screen and click "Ask a question." You'll be able to send a message directly to the farmer who raised it or butcher who cut it.
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Click on the vendor name in the same area - you'll see information about their farm/shop and all of the products they have for sale.