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Sirloin Tip Roast

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Order by Monday at Noon for Tuesday Home Delivery

A lean, flavorful cut of our pasture-raised beef that’s ideal for slow roasting or slow cooking for shredded beef recipes. Here’s some of our favourite ways to eat Sirloin tip Roast:

  • Herb Rubbed and Slow Roasted
  • Slow Cooked, Shredded and Topped with Cheese for Street-Style Tacos
  • Garlic and Black Pepper Roast
Average
Weight 1.9 lbs

$23.75

In stock

A lean, flavorful cut of our pasture-raised beef that’s ideal for slow roasting or slow cooking for shredded beef recipes. Here’s some of our favourite ways to eat Sirloin tip Roast:

  • Herb Rubbed and Slow Roasted
  • Slow Cooked, Shredded and Topped with Cheese for Street-Style Tacos
  • Garlic and Black Pepper Roast

Nutritional Benefits of Grass Fed Beef

Less total fat and more heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids mean that pasture-raised beef is healthier for you in general. Plus, beef raised on pasture produces more conjugated linoleic acid, a type of fat that’s thought to reduce heart disease and cancer risks, and more antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin E. 

  • Pasture raised on our family meat farm in North Carolina
  • Grass fed from pasture with organic feed when necessary
  • Processed at a USDA inspected small niche processor
  • Frozen fresh directly after butchering

Contactless Home Delivery

  1. Order online by Monday at noon to be on the next day, Tuesday’s, delivery schedule. You’ll be billed the actual weight price.
  2. Leave a cooler on your front porch, and we’ll mark your order complete on delivery!

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How does Tuesday Home Delivery work?

We Offer Farm to Home Delivery in North Carolina: Pinehurst, Lillington, Sanford, Pittsboro, Angier, Southern Pines, Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Apex, Morrisville, Willow Springs

Order meals by Saturday at noon, and order meat & more online by Monday at noon - we plan our farm raised meat delivery route on Monday evenings.

Leave a cooler on your porch on Tuesday. We make our rounds all day, sometimes into evening.