Shipping Your ‘Gu

At 4B Meats, it's our goal to be as accommodating as possible, so you have several options as to how you receive your Wagyu meat.

Shipping

To ensure the quality of your Wagyu meat, we ship on Monday and Tuesday utilizing 2 or 3 day ground via USPS unless other arrangements are made with the boss lady (Brittany). Orders in by 4:00 PM on Monday will go out the next day. All orders received after that will be shipped the following Monday. Please keep in mind holidays and weather events that may delay delivery and cause a very messy package on your stoop.  Signature is not required at time of delivery though a tracking number will be made available so that you can plan accordingly.

Shipping costs will be paid by the customer. Shipping fees include handling and packing fees as well as postage costs. Handling fees are fixed, whereas transport fees vary according to total weight of the shipment.

Your meat cuts will be carefully packed to ensure quality throughout the shipping process, however should something have gone awry and the meat product arrives at a temperature above 40 ̊ F, please contact us by phone at your earliest convenience to remedy the issue. Additionally, should your shipping container still contain any amount of dry ice, please allow it to sublimate in a well ventilated area away from children and pets without touching it with your bare hands.

Delivery

We weren't kidding about that personal touch. Deliveries will be made on an order by order case. We're happy to drop your Wagyu meat by your home or office if we're heading through town. At some point, this may come with a small fee or be paired down to delivery on certain days, but for now, give us a call to inquire about delivery options.

Pickup

Going to be in the area? Swing by and pick up your Wagyu meat free of charge. Don't be surprised when you are offered a drink, some food, and perhaps even a tour of Morris Stock Farm. 4B Meats is located at 8075 County Road Y (79040) 20 miles southwest of Gruver or 20 miles northeast of Sunray. We ask that when driving near the farm, please watch out for kids, critters, and large vehicles and equipment.

(Located on the North side of County Road Y one and a half miles East of the intersection of FM 1573 and County Road Y.)