We ask for a 12 month commitment but there is no contract, if you're not happy and we can't fix it we will stop deliveries at any time. All we ask is that you communicate with us.


There is a $250 minimum order BUT we will deliver with whatever frequency works for your family: once a month, every other month, or once a quarter.


We will send you an order form at the beginning of every month. Once you fill it out and send it back to us we'll call you and schedule a delivery time that is convenient for you. We email you our Home Delivery order form. Open it up and play with it, the totals will self populate as you fill in what you want so you can see how much your order will cost.


If home delivery is something that your interested in or if you have any questions please email or call me. We look forward to hearing from you!

We raise the chicken on our three farms right here in Colorado. We have farms in Elbert, Platteville, and La Salle. The chickens are raised without the use of any hormones, chemicals, or antibiotics. They are free roaming in open barns and we process them ourselves at our facility in Denver. We not only have the best feed program in the industry to keep healthy and happy chickens but it also makes the birds more nutritious.

The feed is 100% vegetarian and very high in omega 3's (healthy fat) which makes them much healthier for us to eat. The other step we've taken to provide our customers with the best chicken available is that we air chill our birds. Most of the chicken in the industry is chilled in a vat full of water/chemicals to sterilize the chicken but it also washes out a lot of flavor and adds water weight that the consumer pays for in the end. With our air chilling process our chicken is much more flavorful and juicy than the chicken most Americans are use to. Our Chicken tastes like a chicken should, like our grandparents remember.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are your chickens free range, or just organically fed?

Please tell me about your Home Delivery? 

Yes, our Beef and Buffalo are both grass fed. Our animals are also raised and processed WITHOUT the use of any Hormones, Chemicals, or Antibiotics.


However, it’s important to keep in mind that “Grass Fed” doesn’t mean the same thing to all ranchers. To label beef as “Grass Fed” the animals only have to have spent 60% of their lives eating grass and the remainder of their lives can be spent in a feed-lot eating grains (and much worse). For most “Grass-Fed” animals this means that they spent the last 3-9 months of their lives in a feed-lot. The only way to get around this in the grocery store is to buy “100% Grass Fed”. The problem is that “100% Grass Fed animals tend to be tough, gamey, and inconsistent in flavor (that’s why many ranchers finish animals in a feed-lot).


At Anderson Meat we strive to bring you the healthiest meat possible but also the most delicious! So, we finish our animals on grains and alfalfa hay for about the last month and we do it on pasture, not in a feed-lot. Since we finish our animals for such a short time and we don't confine them in in a feed-lot, our animals quality of life doesn't suffer; we wind up with a much better Omega 3 to Omega 6 ratio than most of the “Grass Fed” meats available; and our meat is much more tender and delicious than the “100% Grass Fed” that’s available to you.


Another thing to keep in mind when buying “Grass Fed” or “100% Grass Fed” is the grass itself. If the animals are coming from an area that has low quality grass with lots of weeds then those animals will be tougher and gamier than animals coming from an area that has dense quality grass. Up in North Dakota our animals spend the warm months belly deep in some of the best grass in the country. That’s why we can finish for less time and still wind up with meat that’s more tender and delicious than any other meat we’ve tried.

Are your Beef and Buffalo Grass Fed?