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Grass Fed Beef

     Grass Fed Beef Cattle are healthy and Grass Fed Beef is healthy for you!.

      Livestock producers have been keeping track of consumer trends and many of them have become vocal advocates about raising grass fed beef cattle. Letting these docile animals graze in fresh, green pasturelands is a healthy and productive method of working in harmony with nature. Fresh forage and sweet, green grasses are the ideal food sources for Beef Cattle.

       Beef Cattle that have been fed in this manner are less likely to become ill or contract a disease and their weight gain is compatible with those that are fed grains and other supplements. Letting a herd of beef cattle graze and forage for tasty greens in the open pastures is a sure way to produce healthy and heavily muscled animals.

     With more and more of the health conscious public veering away from artificial additives and chemicals, the market has become a hot spot for ranchers and owners who have been raising grass fed beef cattle to sell. Many of the top livestock producers are eager to show that they have been listening to the concerns of the public. They can document that their animals have been given only natural grasses to eat and no grains or other supplements.

     Due to the careful maintenance and management of these herds, the cows and steers have matured into healthy, prime livestock that will fetch top dollar at market. Buyers can purchase these naturally fed animals and they will be able to let the consumers know that this quality meat is far superior in taste and texture.

     These cows and steers will have mature weights of 800-1300 pounds. Although they eat only forage material, a 1200-pound cow will graze through about 5 tons of greens in just one year. Considering the amount of grass eaten, an 800-pound cow could be considered very weight conscious.

Uncooked Beef T Bone Steak     When consumers buy grass fed beef, they canCooked Beef Steak Boneless Rib-Eye expect a lean and healthy protein source. Most of the meat is very lean with rich flavor and good taste. There are a few beef cattle breeds that can put fat on their frames even on an all grass diet and the fat that occurs on beef cattle raised on grass is much healthier than the fat marbling that is usually present in grain fed beef cattle.

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