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Sundance Pass Beef Box - Sirloin Steak + More

Sundance Pass Beef Box - Sirloin Steak + More

Regular price $125.00 USD
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Box Includes: (approx. 10-11lb of prime grade/choice+ beef)

  • 2x - 6oz Baseball Cut Sirloin Steaks
  • 2x - 12oz Top Sirloin Steaks
  • 2x - 1.5lb Packages of Steak Strips (great for fajitas, stir fry, finger steaks & more)
  • 1x - 1.5lb Package of Stew Meat
  • 5x - 1lb Packages of Ground Beef

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Elevate your upcoming menu with some of the finest quality cuts of beef sourced from responsibly-raised Angus cattle in the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains of Montana.

To promise the highest nutrient density for our consumers, all Carbon County Meats beef are pastured on grass and finished with regeneratively-farmed crops grown local to Carbon County, Montana by 6th generation Montana farm - Schlemmer Farms.

Finished to a perfect Prime/Choice+ Grade product, this beef will not only provide you with all the essential nutrients and vitamins that red meat offers, but it will offer a melt-in-your-mouth experience every time you cook.

To learn more about regenerative farming, soil health, and its affects on the nutrient profile of your meat, read more on The Watering Hole blog!




History Of Sundance Pass

Sundance Pass is a historic mountain pass located in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana. It has played a significant role in the history of the region, particularly during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The pass was named after the Sundance Kid, a notorious outlaw and member of the Wild Bunch gang, who was known to frequent the area. However, it is important to note that there is no concrete evidence to suggest that the Sundance Kid ever actually used or crossed the pass.

Sundance Pass served as a vital route for Native American tribes, such as the Crow and Shoshone, for centuries before the arrival of European settlers. These tribes used the pass for hunting, trading, and traveling between the plains and the mountains.

During the late 1800s, the pass became an important transportation route for miners and settlers heading to the gold mines in the Cooke City area. It provided a direct route from the Montana plains to the mining camps in the mountains, allowing for easier access to the precious metal deposits.

In the early 1900s, the pass gained further significance with the construction of the Beartooth Highway. This scenic highway, which stretches from Red Lodge, Montana, to the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park, follows the general path of Sundance Pass. The construction of the highway opened up the area to tourism and recreational activities, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

Today, Sundance Pass and the surrounding Beartooth Mountains continue to attract hikers, backpackers, and nature lovers. The pass offers stunning views of the rugged mountain landscape, alpine lakes, and abundant wildlife. It remains an important part of Montana's history and a cherished natural resource for locals and visitors alike.

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