FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW DO I PLACE AN ORDER?
You can place your order of a 1/4, 1/2 or a whole beef by calling the Mountain View Feeders office at (970) 484-5200 or Jeff Hawthorne at (970) 580-8119.
HOW MUCH FREEZER SPACE DO I NEED?
Plan on approximately one cubic foot of freezer space for every 15-20 pounds of meat.
DO YOU DELIVER?
All meat will be available for pickup at our store in Fort Collins.
Delivery options can be discussed with your salesperson.
WHY CORN FED BEEF?
All cattle at Mountain View Feeders are finished on a corn based diet. Corn offers many benefits in the meat taste and quality.
Corn finished beef offers a buttery, slightly sweet flavor and a texture that most people describe as melt-in-your-mouth tender. It's also more forgiving to cook with its higher fat content.
WHERE ARE OUR CATTLE PROCESSED?
Mountain View Meats works in partnership with Brothers Custom Processing to provide you with the highest quality meat possible.
Click here to view the Brother's Custom Processing site
BEEF IT'S WHAT FOR DINNER
COLORADO BEEF COUNCIL
Connecting Coloradoans to our beef community and enhancing the role of beef in a healthy lifestyle.
NATIONAL CATTLEMAN'S BEEF ASSOCIATION
Initiated in 1898, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association is the marketing organization and trade association for America's one million cattle farmers and ranchers. With offices in Denver and Washington, D.C., NCBA is a consumer-focused, producer-directed organization representing the largest segment of the nation's food and fiber industry.
Look for the Colorado Proud logo at grocery stores, farmers' markets, garden centers and restaurants. By buying locally grown, raised and processed food and agricultural products, you are receiving high quality fresh products and helping Colorado's economy, local farmers, ranchers, greenhouses, manufacturers and processors in your area.
COLORADO LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATION
The Voice of Colorado’s Livestock Industry
Colorado Livestock Association (CLA) was formed in 1998 through a restructuring of the then 43 year old Colorado Cattle Feeders Association (CCFA). CLA members are cattle and sheep feeders, cow/calf producers, dairy farmers, swine operations, and industry partners. CLA works on behalf of its members in the regulatory and legislative arenas in Colorado.
BEEF QUALITY ASSURANCE CERTIFICATION
Beef Quality Assurance is a nationally coordinated, state implemented program that provides systematic information to U.S. beef producers and beef consumers of how common sense husbandry techniques can be coupled with accepted scientific knowledge to raise cattle under optimum management and environmental conditions. BQA guidelines are designed to make certain all beef consumers can take pride in what they purchase – and can trust and have confidence in the entire beef industry.