Why Grass Fed Beef
Rather than focus solely on profit, operational short cuts, and lower cost feed methods, we grow beef the way it was intended. The result is meat that is richer in antioxidants; including vitamins E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C, and the "good fat." We've included some resources below to provide you more information on grass fed beef and help you understand the impact of industrial raised cattle.
Wall Street Journal: The Cost of Corn-Fed Cattle
Watch out meat-lovers. With corn prices doubling since last year, industrial-scale farmers with corn-fed cattle are searching for ways to cut feeding costs -- by introducing cheaper recipes
Wired Magazine: Factory Food From Above: Satellite Images of Industrial Farms.
Seen from a satellite, an industrial feedlot has a sort of abstract beauty. The washes of colors, the juxtaposition of organic and rigid geometries, initially obscure the subject. Then comes the realization:
That’s where our food comes from. Read more...
"The evidence that meat is wrong comes from meat that is itself wrong. We changed the nature of it, and the consequences have been horrible. In fact, I regard pasture-raised, grass-fed, hormone-free meat among the healthiest of all foods. You have nothing to fear when you make it a part of your diet." Read more here
- Dr. Sears