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Women who reduce lamb and beef in their diets are more likely to suffer depression, according to the new study. Experts admitted surprise at the findings because so many other studies have linked red meat to physical health risks. The team made the link after a study of 1000 Australian women.... Read more
March 9, 2018 Howdy! It's Been Awhile.  We wanted to share with you a little of what’s been going on around here… The Minneapolis Star Tribune recently ran a hit 4 part series called "The Future of Food" highlighting grass-fed meats & sustainable production models. We were honored to be in... Read more
What is Bone Marrow? Bone marrow is a fatty, jello like substance found in the core of bones. (photo: Roasted Bison Marrow Bones) It’s a nutrient dense and rich in energy substances that all types of animals are primarily drawn toward when they capture a prey. Bone marrow fulfills many vital roles... Read more
What is Bone Marrow? Bone marrow is a fatty, jello like substance found in the core of bones. It’s a nutrient dense and rich in energy substances that all types of animals are primarily drawn toward when they capture a prey. Bone marrow fulfills many vital roles due to its high content of vitamins... Read more
Caul fat is the abdominal lining of an animal that encompasses the stomach. It looks like a lace net and stores quick-access energy for the animal. It’s commonly used for wrapping lean roasting meats to provide valuable juiciness and nutrient-rich essential fatty composition to your meal.... Read more
The Grass-Fed Paradox Grazing animals that eat their native diet of grass have more polyunsaturated fat in their meat than animals fed grain and other types of foodstuff. This is one of the reasons that grass-fed meat is better for your health. But polyunsaturated fats are prone to oxidation and... Read more
Yet another study shows that grass-fed meat is nutritionally superior to feedlot meat. This newest study examined the differences in fat content between four breeds of cattle that were either 1) raised on pasture or 2) given grain and other feedstuff in a feedlot. As in previous research, the... Read more
Health Benefits of Grass-Fed Products Meat, eggs, and dairy products from pastured animals are ideal for your health. Compared with commercial products, they offer you more "good" fats, and fewer "bad" fats. They are richer in antioxidants; including vitamins E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C.... Read more
“Meat labeling just became even more confusing for farmers and consumers,” said Ferd Hoefner, Policy Director for the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. “USDA is revoking a label standard that had widespread farm and consumer support. Actions such as this take us into a Wild West situation... Read more
100% Grassfed Bison Bone Broth
Since last fall, there is a new trendy hot beverage filling mugs across America and experts are already singing its health praises. So what is this magical elixir? Bone broth. Marco Canora, owner of the new New York bone broth shop Brodo (think Starbucks but savory), says broth has been considered... Read more

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