|Release date||25 March 2009 (Update)|
|Sells items||Beefy Bill's Supplies|
|Examine|| Specialist meat transporter.|
Beefy Bill, real name William Whitebred, is a merchant in the cow fields north of the windmill near Lumbridge. He is the proprietor of a general store called Beefy Bill's Supplies. He can also transport flour, cowhides, and raw beef to the bank, charging a 10% commission, or for free if charmed with an activated ring of charos. To access this feature, one must either directly talk to Beefy Bill or use the respective items on him; there is no right-click Bank option. The most efficient method of banking with him is to have at least 10 of the items he banks in your inventory so you can bank 9 and Beefy Bill will only take one.
To find him, players have to follow the road north from Lumbridge (not crossing the river) and keep going as it leads west. Players then have to go north of Mill Lane Mill into the cow pen area. He stands next to a cart full of meat.
Beefy Bill was added when Gnomecopter Tours were removed from the game, to replace the bank boxes and general shop that they contained. Along with replacing the Gnomecopter Tours, he has also replaced them in the medium Lumbridge and Draynor Tasks as the last task on the list.
- If you use coins on him, he will say "Thanks!" and you will lose 1 coin.
- Based on the Patch Notes released on 25 March 2009, the Gnomecopters were removed from the game and replaced by Beefy Bill and Farquie the Cleaner.
- If you try to bank cooked beef, he will say "It's unhygienic to mix raw and cooked meats." meaning he won't bank it for you.
- If you try to bank Raw undead beef, he will say, "Woah! Whatever that thing is, I'm not transporting it."
- He used to sell training equipment, however as of the 11 April shop updates these items are no longer sold here, making them discontinued items once again.
- He has a gravestone in the New Varrock graveyard which reads "William Whitebred, a.k.a. Beefy Bill. The Blue Moon Inn zombies report that, ironically, he tasted of chicken."