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Buying meat in bulk is a great way to save money and support local farmers. But in order to benefit from your bulk purchase you’ll need to ensure adequate freezer space. 

Remember that this is a guide only, as animals are a living product and do vary in size.

How much will fit in my freezer?

To properly store half a cow in your freezer you’re going to need a fair amont of space. 

Top / Bottom Fridge / Freezer

What will fit

Side / Side Fridge / Freezer

What will fit

145 Litre Chest Freezer

What will fit

200 Litre Chest Freezer

What will fit

300 Litre Chest Freezer

What will fit

500 Litre Chest Freezer

What will fit

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Half A Cow - how much freezer space for a Cow?

Whole Cow

Every cut from the cow

Approximately 160kg to 220kg – will need 400 litres of freezer space

Half A Cow

One Side of The Cow 

Approximately 80kg – will need 200 litres of freezer space

Quarter Cow (1/4)

One Side of The Cow, 

divided between two people

Approximately 40kg – will need 100 litres of freezer space

Eighth of Cow (1/8)

Beef Box, or Similar

Approximately 20kg – will need 50 litres of freezer space

Half A Cow - how much freezer space for a Sheep?

Whole Sheep

Every cut from a single sheep

Approximately 22kg – will need 50 litres of freezer space

Half Sheep

Every cut from a single sheep

Approximately 10kg – will need 25 litres of freezer space

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