We're not shy about the quality of our meats. No Sir! We offer only the freshest, highest grade meat and we're proud of that. Kenrick's started as a butcher shop back in 1945, and although we've grown throughout the years and added our catering services and hot deli, we haven't abandoned our roots. We still know meat and are here to share that knowledge with you, whether it's a nice juicy steak, a slab of ribs, pork steaks, a fresh chicken, grade A turkey, one of our smoked hams, any of our 15 varieties of European sausages, veal or any of our fresh meat selections. We can even supply a whole pig for your luau! Our meat is always fresh, delicious, and prepared the way you want! And if you're looking for a particular cut, just ask. We are happy to cut our fresh meat at any size. Quality, freshness and great service - it's all here at Kenrick's! Click to view our photo gallery. View the information below from Joe The Butcher to see how buying beef in bulk can save you money! Click here for Kenrick's Meat Packages.
There's no better place than Kenrick's for your wholesale meats. We supply meats for daily use to some of St. Louis' finest restaurants. We also have USDA status, which means there's a government inspector on site every day to make sure the meat you get is the best available. There aren't many butcher shops that can make that claim. We also do a lot of fundraising with the local schools and charities. We supply the equipment and all you need for your fundraiser. That's everything from the charcoal and BBQ pits to the freshest meats in town! We also sell just the meat, just the food, just the equipment or just those items you need to make your fundraiser a success. We even do pizza fundraisers! We're Kenrick's, an active part of your community in more ways than one.
JOE THE BUTCHER SAYS .... "BUYING BEEF IN BULK CAN BE A GREAT DEAL!"
What are the advantages of buying in bulk?
Buying in bulk can save you money over regular grocery store prices. If you don't have that many mouths to feed, consider going halves with another couple or family.
Fewer Trips to the Grocery Store
Why plan your meal around what's on sale?
Meat is Packed for Freezing
If you buy large quantities at the grocery store, you need to repack the meat to freeze it. When you purchase a side of beef, we do it for you.
Cut to Your Specification
We'll cut meat according to your specifications and pack it the way you want it.
How long can meat be frozen and still maintain its quality and freshness?
Beef can be stored from 9-12 months. Ground beef can be stored from 3-4 months. Most meat items can be safely stored for longer periods, but may lose quality in taste.
How many pounds of meat will a freezer hold?
A rule of thumb is one cubic foot of freezer space for each 35-40 pounds of cut and wrapped meat. Allow slightly more space when the meat is packaged in odd shapes.
Please allow 7 days for processing.
How much meat will I get from a Side of Beef?
On average if you were to buy a 325-350 lb.* Side of Beef you would receive:
Ground Beef - 60 lbs.
Chuck Roast - 30 lbs.
Soup Bones - 10 lbs.
Rolled Rump Roast - 8 lbs.
Rolled Sirloin Roast - 8 lbs.
Stew Meat - 10 lbs.
Round Steaks - 16 lbs.
Round Roasts - 8 lbs.
Sirloin Steaks - 16 lbs.
T-Bone Steaks - 8 lbs.
Porterhouse Steaks - 10 lbs.
Rib Eye Steaks (Bone-In) - 20 lbs.
Cube Steaks - 6 lbs.
Brisket - 8 lbs.
Short Ribs - 5 lbs.
Arm Roast - 15 lbs.
*Side of Beef Weight Includes Bones
Please note: Prices subject to change without notice due to market volatility.
Please call for pricing.