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Family Stockyard Butcher's |2817 Dublin BlvdColorado SpringsCO80918 | (719) 358-9624

Our Beef Products

Ribs, Brisket, Steak, Ground Beef, and Much More

At Family Stockyard Butcher's, beef is what we do best. We’re the only butcher shop in all of Colorado that has earned the right to sell Certified Angus Beef Prime products. Our beef products are known far and wide as the juiciest, most flavorful choices around. With over 16 different cuts available, there’s no better place to find the right meat for your restaurant or your dinner party. If you’d like a custom cut, then contact us today.

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item image3 Bone Short Rib/Chuck Short Ribs/English Short RibsThese short ribs are known for their delicious flavor and fall-off-the-bone tenderness. They taste best when braised.
item imageBrisket Flat/Beef Brisket/Whole BrisketThis cut bursts with flavor and melts in your mouth when braised. This is a popular choice for corned beef and smoked barbeque.
item imageChuck Roast/Chuck Eye RoastThis classic cut is used for most pot roasts because it becomes moist and tender when braised. It is full of that traditional rich beef flavor.
item imageCowboy Ribeye/Delmonico Steak/Filet of RibeyeThis boneless steak is generously marbled for that fatty and full-flavored taste. The best way to cook cowboy ribeye is through grilling or sautéing.
item imageFilet Mignon/Tenderloin Steak/Tenderloin TipsAs the most tender of all the beef cuts, filet mignon has a reputation for a lean yet succulent flavor. The juicy tenderness, subtle flavor, and compact shape add to its reputation. Most chefs choose to grill or sauté this cut.
item imageFlank SteakThis cut is leaner than the others but just as flavorful. It should be thinly sliced against the grain when carving. To bring out the flavor, marinate and grill this cut.
item imageFlat Iron/Top Blade Steak/Top Blade FiletThis steak comes second in tenderness to the tenderloin steak. It is a well-marbled and richly flavored steak that satisfies your tastebuds. The flavor comes out best by grilling or sautéing to medium doneness.
item imageNew York Strip/Manhattan Steak/Kansas City SteakThe New York Strip is a steakhouse classic that is famous for its marbling, tenderness, and flavor. Cook this steak through grilling or sautéing.
item imageGround Chuck/Ground Beef/Ground Sirloin.This versatile choice can be shaped into patties, meatballs, or meatloaf. Ground beef can also be crumbled and added into a wide variety of dishes. Cook your ground beef through baking, broiling, grilling, or sautéing.
item imageLondon Broil/Top Round SteakLondon Broil is an economical cut that makes for a full-flavored dish. Marinate and slice thinly against the grain for the best taste.
item imageMeaty Back RibsThese are the perfect choice for a summer backyard barbeque. They taste best when braised or grilled.
item imagePorterhouse/T-bone SteakPorterhouses consist of two lean, tender steaks, the strip and the tenderloin, which are connected by that famous T-shaped bone. This well-marbled steak both looks and tastes great. Grill or sauté this cut for the best taste.
item imageRibeye Bone-In/Ribeye RoastMany consider this cut to be the grand champion of beef roasts, thanks to its rich flavor, tenderness, and appearance. The ribeye bone-in is also one of the most well-marbled and tender beef cuts around. Roast for the best flavor.
item imageSirloin Steak/Top SirloinThe sirloin steak is a lean and moderately tender choice that balances great taste with an affordable price tag. Broil, grill, and sauté sirloin steak for the best flavor.
item imageTomahawkThe tomahawk is well-known for its unique shape and rich, beefy flavor. As one of the most tender beef cuts available, it melts in your mouth.
item imageTop Round RoastTop round roast is a more economical yet still full-flavored beef cut. Cook by slicing thinly against the grain and braising or roasting.
item imageTri-Tip Roast/Bottom Sirloin Roast/Tri-Tip RoastThis West Coast favorite is gaining more popularity by the day for its unique triangular shape and satisfying flavor. Cook by grilling or roasting.

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