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Color me amazed and happy! Burger is running $7.49 plus/pound. Stopped at my local store while coming home from Dr visit. Noticed burger at $3.47/pound and it wasn't in today's ad paper. Had to read the sign twice to make sure I wasn't seeing things. The sell date was 5/22, so still plenty good. Pickuped 16 pounds and just finished vac bagging and put them in the freezer. The best sale price I seen is $3.97 with limit of 4 pounds. I might go back after lunch and see if any is left.:)
 

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That is excellent. I just purchased 1/4 of a steer and it cost 5.33 Lb. The cow was locally sourced, grass fed and tastes excellent. The processing was $800.00 for the entire cow split 4 ways.
 
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I have two questions ... 1. what is the other 7% of the burger?; and 2. what was the 'burger' made from (beef, deer, elk, roadkill, synthetic meat, etc.)?
1. Fat. The higher the percentage, the higher the protein content and lower in fat and calories.
2. Usually beef. But any critter can be ground up.
 
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