Long Hollow Cattle Co., L.L.C. is targeted towards customers who are looking for high quality, large volume beef from grain and hay fed cattle. The meat is sold by the hanging weight. What does that mean? Hanging weight is the term used to describe the weight of a side of beef as it hangs up in a meat cooler with the useable cuts intact. The meat is then cut. About 30% of the weight cut off is trimmed fat and bones. The other 60-65% is cut and used for as the beef portions. Long Hollow Cattle Co., L.L.C. sells their beef in halves, quarters, or eighths.
Weights and number of cuts vary by animal and butchering preferences. Below is just an example order.
What do I get?A recent 1/4 order weighing 144 pounds (hanging weight) yielded the following: