Fresh raw Prime Black Angus beef steaks on wooden board

Buying Local is Easy in Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s not just a part of the Heartland, it's the center of the Beef Belt.  Whether purchasing beef in the grocery store or at the restaurant, there is a good chance it was raised in Oklahoma or a neighboring state.  If you're looking for that personal connection to your beef producer, there's many ways to buy local. Look at labels at the grocery store, visit a farmers market, or buy direct from a farm or ranch. 

Made In Oklahoma

The Made in Oklahoma program features a directory of beef companies that offer mouthwatering local beef to Oklahoma consumers.  

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Beef Breakdown

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If you are considering purchasing a whole, half or quarter of beef, it's important to understand what you will receive in edible meat products. Use this guide to help you better understand the amount of beef you can expect to receive.

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Before you place your order for a whole, half or quarter of beef, the processor will walk you through a series of questions.  Here is a handy guide to prepare you for those questions.  It’s based upon a half of beef.  



Beef Retail Cut Chart Half Final

From the Chuck to the Round and the Rib to Loin, there are so many beef choices.  


Buying Beef for Home Freezers

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This handy guide from Oklahoma State University Extension Services walks you through what you need to know before purchasing freezer beef.  

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Explore our cooking lessons

Beef Cookery: A Guide for Beef Enthusiasts

Curious about the best way to grill a steak or braise a pot roast? Want to know how to make a delicious stir-fry or how to perfectly brown Ground Beef? Maybe you need to know how to determine doneness? Our cooking lessons have everything that you need!

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Steak Swaps

Lemon-Pepper Seasoned Ribeye Fillets with Roasted Tomatoes

New quick guide to steak cuts highlights beef’s versatility with options for every taste and budget to help consumers looking to try something new at the meat case.

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