Frequently Asked Questions

Why buy meat in bulk?

We believe that buying meat in bulk gives you the ability to buy local high quality product for a better price. Also, having meat on hand gives you the ability to meal plan and have better options for dinner!

Why grass-fed?

We are committed to raising our cattle in a sustainable way, entirely on our ranch, where we also farm all of our own hay. They graze local pastures in the summer, and eat our hay in the winter. Grass fed beef is also lower in unhealthy fats, and higher in beneficial nutrients like Omega 3's and antioxidants.

Do you dry-age?

Yes! All of our beef is aged at a certified local butcher for 21+ days. This provides a more tender and flavourful product. It also reduces the moisture content, so more bang for your buck!

Do you ship?

No we do not SHIP, but we do deliver locally! We are committed to supplying our local communities with delicious nutritious meat! We are happy to have customers in our local (free) delivery zone of Strathcona County, Sherwood Park, and Fort Saskatchewan.

We are also happy to serve customers in Edmonton, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Gibbons, Tofield, Beaver County, Sturgeon County, Lamont County, Parkland County, Leduc County and more.

How do we get our beef box?

We offer local delivery on Monday evenings!

We deliver for free locally within Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan and Sherwood Park.

If you are located outside of these areas, but still within 70kms of our farm, we deliver for a fee of $15, or you can choose our free local delivery, then message us to make a plan to meet in Sherwood Park or Fort Sask.

Pick up is flexible, so please email us at, or call/text us at 780-242-0814 and we will make a plan.

Do you live on the farm?

We live 10 minutes away from the main family farm where the cattle are raised. We reside on our own small farm where we have gardens, horses, mini horses, a mini donkey, dogs and cats. Our hope is to begin raising some of the cattle at our own farm in the near future as Fellowship Farms continues to grow.