Beef from Roseville Meat Company

Roseville Meat Company sells primarily U.S.D.A Choice grade beef and Prime grades.

U.S.D.A Grading System Information


  • Balltips, Dinner Cut (7-8 oz)
  • Balltips, Diet Cut (5-6 oz)
  • Chicken Fry
  • Cube Steaks
  • Fillets, Choice
  • Fillets, Choice, Bacon Wrapped
  • Fillets, Choice Tails
  • Fillets, Choice Butterfly
  • Fillets, Prime
  • Fillets, Prime, Seasoned Roast
  • Filet, Wagyu
  • Flank Steak
  • Flat Iron Steak
  • Hanging Tender
  • New York, Choice or Prime
  • New York, Sandwich Cut
  • New York
  • New York, Wagyu
  • Porterhouse – Choice
  • Rib Eye, Choice
  • Rib Steak, Choice, Tomahawk
  • Rib Steak, Choice, Bone-In
  • Rib Eye, Original Seasoning
  • Rib Eye, Prime
  • Rib Eye, Wagyu
  • Skirt Steak, Outside, Untrimmed
  • Skirt Steak, Plain, Trimmed
  • Skirt Steak, Chili Lime
  • Skirt Steak, Maui
  • Skirt Steak Garlic-Onion
  • Swiss Steak
  • Short Loin, Whole
  • T-Bone – Choice
  • Top Sirloin
  • Tri-Tip Steaks
  • Top Round Steak, Plain
  • Top Round Steak, Tenderized

Tri Tip Steaks From Roseville Meat Company

Fresh Tri-Tip Steaks From Roseville Meat Company


  • Ball-Tip
  • Bottom Round – Whole
  • Brisket, Whole, Trimmed
  • Brisket, Whole, Untrimmed
  • Brisket, Wagyu
  • Chateaubriand
  • Chateaubriand- Top Sirloin
  • Chuck Roast, Boneless
  • Cross Rib
  • Cross Rib, Seasoned
  • Eye Round Roast
  • Heel Round Roast
  • London Broil – Round
  • London Broil – Sirloin
  • Rump Roast
  • Sirloin Tip, Regular
  • Sirloin Tip, Peeled

Prime Rib

  • Choice – Bone-In, Plain
  • Choice – Bone-In, Seasoned
  • Choice – Boneless, Plain
  • Choice – Boneless, Seasoned
  • Prime – Bone-In, Plain
  • Prime – Bone-In, Seasoned
  • Prime – Boneless, Plain
  • Prime – Boneless, Seasoned

Triangle Roasts

  • Triangle Roast, Chili Lime
  • Triangle Roast, Plain
  • Triangle Roast, Original
  • Triangle Roast, Cow Camp
  • Triangle Roast, Cajun
  • Triangle Roast, Hickory Grill
  • Triangle Roast, Italian
  • Triangle Roast, Maui Marinade
  • Triangle Roast, Mesquite
  • Triangle Roast, Yukon Gold

And the Rest of the Steer

  • Back Ribs, Extra Meaty
  • Back Ribs, BBQ Marinated
  • Beef Feet
  • Bones, Dog
  • Bones, Marrow
  • Bones, Veal
  • Carne Asada, Plain
  • Carne Asada Mesquite
  • Carne Asada, Chili Lime
  • Corned Beef Brisket – Flats
  • Corned Beef Rounds
  • Jerky Meat, Raw, Plain
  • Kabobs
  • Kidneys
  • Liver
  • Maui Short Ribs
  • Short Ribs, Thick
  • Short Ribs, Thin
  • Short Ribs, Boneless
  • Stew
  • Stroganoff
  • Stir Fry, Oriental Cut
  • Heart, Half Only
  • Kidneys
  • Liver
  • Oxtails
  • Soup Bones, Knuckles
  • Soup Bones, X-Cut Shank
  • Spleen
  • Suet
  • Sweetbreads
  • Tongue
  • Tripe, Regular
  • Tripe, Honeycomb, Whole
  • Tripe, Honeycomb, Cut Up

Ground Meats

We grind FRESH, every day Monday-Friday. Our beef is quickly packaged and immediately placed in our blast freezer, which helps preserve the freshness.

  • Bulk, 1#
  • Ground Chuck, 85% lean, 1# bulk packages, patties; 1# packages or 6# boxes quarter or third pound
  • Ground Beef, 80% lean: 1# bulk packages, patties; 1# packages or 6# boxes, quarter or third pound
  • Ground Round, Patties, 5% Fat
  • Ground Round, 1# Bulk, 5% Fat
  • Patties, 4-1
  • Patties, 3-1
  • Patties, 2-1, 6# box
  • Patties, 3-1, 1# pkg.
  • Patties, 3-1, 6# box
  • Patties, 4-1, 1# pkg.
  • Patties, 4-1, 6# box


  • Beef & Turkey – 1 Lb. Bulk
  • Brisket-Ground
  • Chili Grind Ground Chuck
  • Natural Ground Beef-antibiotic and hormone free
  • Grandma’s Meat Loaf
  • Meat Loaf Mix-2/3 Ground Chuck & 1/3 ground pork
  • Bacon Burgers
  • Bacon Cheeseburgers
  • Wagyu Patties
  • Wagyu Sliders

Steak: Grilled, Boiled or Fried from Scandanavia To Santa Maria

Steak refers to a particular slice of meat that is cut perpendicular to the muscle fibers and may still include the bone. When the word steak is used without reference to a specific meat, it is often in reference to a beef steak.

Beef steaks are best when properly grilled, but you can also pan-fry or broil them. Steaks may also be cut from other grazing animals, usually farm raised, such as Bison, deer, pigs etc. The word steak originates from the mid-15th century Scandinavia in the Middle English dialect.

A popular cut of beef steak in California is the “Tri-tip” sometimes referred to as a Santa Maria tri-tip, a name derived from a shop in Santa Maria, CA. Tri-tips generally weigh between 2 and 2.5 pounds and is cut from the bottom of the sirloin and is roughly triangular in shape. While the tri-tip steak has been widely ignored almost every place else, it has been popular in California, especially Central California, since time of the Vaqueros or “Spanish Cowboys”, when they were ranching cattle in the early 1800’s, but is gaining in popularity throughout the world.

Tri-tip for a larger cut of meat, really does lend itself to grilling. The most popular way to grill it is over oak wood fire, but it can also be grilled over gas or smoked. Tri-tip also marinades very well to add that extra flavor punch. Tri-tips are great for large family gatherings, company BBQ’s or any event you can imagine, on average one tri-tip can feed 4 to 5 people, depending on its size and the most common way to cook it for optimal flavor is at about 140-145 degrees for a medium rare.