E3 Meats Bavette Steak


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Hand cut by our Master Butcher, each steak is Wet-Aged for 28 days and individually wrapped before being flash-frozen and shipped directly to Premier Grilling to maximize flavor. Guaranteed 100%. 

Responsibly Raised by Us,
Proudly Served by You.

***Meat is not available for shipping. Currently available in our Frisco location ONLY.

E3 Certified Program

The E3 Meat Company was originally created in order to sell our ranch’s beef to friends and family and to provide steaks to the E3 Chophouse. Word quickly spread about our great products and there became a high demand. So, in order to keep a balance, we created the E3 Certified Beef program. 

In this program, we partner with small family ranchers who have the same love for our country we live in and want to raise the highest quality cattle without all the added hormones and antibiotics. Using the E3 Ranch as a blueprint, we are excited to work with small family ranches and tell their story.

Responsibly Raised

What does responsibly raised mean to you? We defined what responsibly raised means to us. Simply put, we are and will always be be transparent in our efforts to do what is best for the cattle. At E3 Meat Co. believe in “happy cows.” Often you will hear Jenn LaRoche say “I have happy cows, happy cows don’t beller”. It is proven that happier and healthier cattle provide healthier and better tasting beef. 

We have developed a strict vaccination program with our veterinarian. This is done so with the same principles in mind as you would use with your doctor when immunizing your children. Vaccinations are important to help prevent certain diseases. We as ranchers do not like to see our animals suffer, therefore if we can vaccinate and prevent this, we will. Minerals are provided and fed to the cattle. Mineral affects cattle just as vitamins affect humans. Our goal is to keep the cattle as healthy as we can so that we don’t have to use antibiotics. On our ranches it is common to see cattle in production at 13 years of age, compared to national average of only 8 years of age. This is the true definition of “happy cows”. 

Part of being a responsible rancher is to make sure that we are doing what is best for the earth. With this we have adapted a holistic management approach to grazing. We rotate our cattle through the fields. This allows the cattle to eat more nutritious grasses without ripping the nutrients out of the earth or destroying the land.