Going green was one of the best lifestyle changing decisions we made some years ago before the birth of our first child. We had lots of reasons to go green and to raise children who will also be environmental friendly. This decision affected our lifestyles positively and most especially the things we eat. We buy locally produced crops, fruits and vegetables from our local organic farmers and our meat/dairy products are bought from farms/ranches that take care of the environment because they raise their animals in an ethical manner.
While I still like to eat organic natural beef, I'm amazed at the type and quality of meats that are being produced everyday by industrial farmers. Their animals are fed antibiotics,GMO feed and other artificial drugs, the bovine human growth hormone, etc. Ranch raised are clues that the animals were raised in a more human way. They are not confined but spend time out doors in the fresh air. Their livestocks are raised traditionally, humanely and sustainably to produce the finest tasting food in the world. All their animals are raised outdoors or in deeply bedded pens. If you still enjoy eating your meats, especially now that the holiday/festive seasons are drawing near, why not try switching over to cattle that are all vegetarian fed and you can not only notice the quality and taste of the natural meat but you are also helping to support a healthier environment.
Here are Some Reasons Why Organic Beef is Better for You
1. Natural beef is healthier for you and your family. Animals raised organically are not allowed to be fed antibiotics or artificial drugs. They are also not allowed to eat genetically modified foods.
2. Switching to natural beef can help keep our environment clean. They are raised in a healthier environment, fed organic feed and often eat a wider range of nutrients than those raised in factory farms.
3. Natural beef is more tasty. Organically raised animals have been shown to be significantly healthier and tastier than their factory counter parts.
I'm wishing you all a happy and healthy holiday. Happy Thanksgiving.
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