In the yesteryears of farming, cows grazed in grassy pastures. These days, many conventional farmers put their cows in grain feedlots where they don’t have space and only eat corn, soy, and silage. But organic grass fed beef offers a more sustainable, environmentally conscious choice similar to the healthy practices of the past.
Organic grass-fed cows are in a more natural environment, which is not as stressful as crowded feedlots. They are not given hormones or antibiotics unless they need them, and there are no animal by-products in their food.
All of this makes for a healthier cut of meat! Organic grass fed beef is leaner than grain fed beef. In fact, it has a similar fat content to wild game, like deer. And while it is lower in overall fat, organic grass fed beef is higher in omega 3 fatty acids, which are healthy, good fats that your body needs.
Supporting organic farming helps keep smaller-scale farmers in business, while protecting the environment for years to come. It’s a smart choice for a happy, healthy future.
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To stretch your grocery dollars, buy a whole organic chicken at the grocery store or market, then cut it up at home. You will save money, and the unused bones and scraps can be boiled with other seasonings to make a healthy, organic stock.