Buying Half a Cow?


One of the best frugal tips on saving on yearly grocery bills is to buy in bulk. The best way is by buying a half a cow from a butcher. The cost will vary from $400 to $600 but the meat will last you a year or more. It is necessary to own a deep freezer to keep all the meat. It will save you hundreds per year. Butchers will cut it for you with ground beef, sausage, steaks and a rump roast. To find a good butcher, search The Meat House for one locally.
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