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cow  Why eat grass-fed beef?
Read Grass-Fed Basics
by Jo Robinson

The Healthiest Choice.
When you choose to eat meat, eggs, and dairy products from animals raised on pasture, you are improving the welfare of the animals, helping to put an end to environmental degradation, helping small-scale ranchers and farmers make a living from the land, helping to sustain rural communities, and giving your family the healthiest possible food.
© 2010 by Jo Robinson

 Our beef is packaged by the Quarter or the Pound. To order call Susan & Karan @ 712-744-3381
For prices on packages and deposits click here.
The Grass-fed Gourmet Cookbook:
Healthy Cooking & Good Living with Pasture Raised Food

by: Shannon Hayes
A cookbook that does justice to the superb quality of the meat, eggs, and dairy products from grass-fed animals. Shannon Hayes takes the mystery out of cooking products from pastured animals.
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From Scratch: Try natural, grass-fed beef for your meals

by Erin Duerr of the Lincoln Star Journal

If you pay attention to food and health debates, you know that certain topics can be a little polarizing. Like say, raw milk, vaccinating children or what I'm going to talk about today -- the corn vs. grass debate.

If you've ever driven by a cattle feedlot you've seen what corn-fed beef production looks like. Outside Dodge City, Kan., the feedlots are so vast there's a scenic overlook off the highway -- your future dinner as far as the eye can see! And if you've driven by a field with cows chomping on grass, you've seen the other side of things, the smaller, pastured beef productions

A corn-fed bovine eats, you guessed it, corn. A cow is a natural grass-eater. Its stomach is built for the digestion of fibrous plants. So when corn, grains or other food products are introduced to the animal's diet, this causes not only stress to the animal but bacteria that has to be counteracted with antibiotics or other chemical food additives. And, in turn, traces of those counteracting agents may be passed on to you. Read the rest of this article

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