Here's our Frequently Asked Questions! 

At Chapman 3C, we want our customers to be satisfied and informed about the purchases they are making! We have put together a list of some of our most asked questions to help you as you shop around our site. As always if you don't see your question listed here, please feel free to reach out to us via email or phone and we would be more than happy to answer any question you have!

    Our ranch is located in Hico, Texas, and we process our animals under a USDA inspected facility in La Grange, Texas. 

    Our cattle graze on grass their whole life span. We add grain into their diet for their last few months to help give the beef the marbling and flavor we're known for!

    Our chickens are pasture rotated and kept on fresh grass at all times. We feed them the perfect grain ration to help them grow and get to the best processing weight in a healthy time frame. 

    Our pork is pasture raised just like our chicken and beef. We also feed them a grain and corn ration that helps them gain healthy weight before processing. 

    We process our meat at a USDA inspected facility with a USDA inspector on site at the processing facility. We have our beef certified all-natural by the USDA inspectors and stamp our products which you will see on our packaging! 

    Our meat is flash frozen and vacuum sealed to ensure freshness. 

    Your meat is packaged in a well insulated box with cold packs and is included in your shipping cost. In order to keep cost down for you we have negotiated shipping rates with UPS. Your perishable items are shipped directly from our ranch to your doorstep. Your meat package is insured so you are guaranteed to have it arrive in great condition.

    For more information about our shipping, please click here.

    This question depends on how much bulk beef you are buying.

    Here's what we recommend: 
    One cubic foot of freezer space for every 35 pounds of beef! 

    It can be a little tricky to navigate truly how much space you will need, so feel free to contact us if you're still needing some help deciding how much beef your freezer can hold! 

    Of course! We encourage our customers to call us and ask any further questions they have when placing an order with us. We want the process to be as easy and painless as possible that's why we give your our personal cell phone number (254) 977-4337.