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Froze-To-Death Plateau Beef Box - Roasts + More

Froze-To-Death Plateau Beef Box - Roasts + More

Regular price $150.00 USD
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Box Includes: (approx. 14-16lb of prime grade/choice+ beef)

  • 1x - 3-4lb Chuck Roast
  • 1x - 3-4lb Rump Roast
  • 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 Froze-To-Death Plateau

Froze to Death Plateau, located in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana and Wyoming, has a fascinating history that dates back to the early exploration of the region. The plateau's name itself carries a chilling reminder of the harsh conditions that early pioneers and explorers faced in this rugged wilderness.

The Beartooth Mountains, known for their towering peaks and rugged terrain, were first explored by Native American tribes, including the Crow and Shoshone people, who traversed these lands for centuries. However, it was not until the 19th century that European-American explorers began venturing into this remote and unforgiving landscape.

In the late 1800s, the region saw an influx of miners and prospectors drawn by the promise of gold and other valuable minerals. These intrepid individuals faced numerous challenges as they navigated the treacherous mountain passes and unpredictable weather conditions. It was during this time that the name "Froze to Death Plateau" emerged, reflecting the perilous nature of the area.

One of the most notable expeditions in the history of Froze to Death Plateau occurred in 1872 when the famous geologist Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden led a government-sponsored surveying expedition through the region. Hayden and his team encountered extreme weather conditions, including heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures, which led to the naming of the plateau.

Over the years, Froze to Death Plateau has become a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering breathtaking views, challenging hiking trails, and opportunities for mountaineering and backcountry skiing. Despite its ominous name, the plateau continues to attract adventurers who are drawn to its rugged beauty and the thrill of conquering its formidable peaks.

Today, Froze to Death Plateau stands as a testament to the resilience and determination of those who have explored and settled in the Beartooth Mountains. It serves as a reminder of the challenges faced by early pioneers and a symbol of the indomitable spirit of exploration that continues to draw people to this awe-inspiring region.

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