Tag Archives: grass-fed

Grass-Fed Cornfusion

For the past several years there has been an increasing number of times that I’ve heard sound-bites along the lines of “Cows (they meant to say cattle) eating grass (forages including immature cereal crops) only is the natural, most sustainable and humane way to raise beef animals; that’s also healthier for humans to consume.”  This type of statement causes me confusion because it sounds… Read More »

All About Types of Beef

                                       Chopping green corn for silage. Ruminants have the ability to take-in complex carbohydrates from forage plants, that are indigestible  to us omnivores, then convert them into high quality animal protein.  Beef brood cows thrive on good quality grasses and legumes; then provide us with feeder calves.  When cows are deemed no longer to be productive enough they are harvested… Read More »