Grass-Fed

GRASS-FED

Most cows are “grain-fed”, which means they are fed a diet consisting primarily of corn.

When fed a constant diet of corn, cows become sick, which is why most grain-fed cows are also given antibiotics.

Grain adds significant calories as well as saturated fat or beef, resulting in a higher rate of weight gain and increased risk of coronary heart disease.

Grass-fed beef contains higher levels of healthy fatty-acids (Omega 3’s) and tastes fresher, more natural, and less homogeneous than a conventional beef product.