13.75 lbs. of Steak - 1.5 lbs. of Tenderloin, 4 lbs. of Ribeye, 3.75 lbs. of New York or T-Bone/Porterhouse, 3.75 lbs. of Top Sirloin Steaks, .75 of Flank, Flat Iron or Flap, 45 lbs. of Ground Beef, 23.75 lbs. of Roast, 7.5 lbs. of Soup Bone for Broth, 5 lbs. of Kabob or Stew, depending on availability. All weights are approximate. Approx. 95 lbs. of Beef.
Is a 1/4 of Beef Right for You?
Use the chart below to calculate how long a 1/4th of beef will last for your household. Keep in mind that your freezer beef will maintain quality for an entire year in your freezer.
|Number of Adults||2 Adults||3 Adults||4 Adults||5 Adults|
|Light Consumption||1 Year||7 Months||5.5 Months||5 Months|
|Moderate Consumption||9 Months||6 Months||4.5 Months||4 Months|
|Staple Consumption||7 Months||5 Months||3.5 Months||3 Months|
Based on average annual American beef consumption of 67 pounds per person.
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