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Old 07-07-2020, 09:45 AM
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I will be in TV July 19th for extended stay. Interested in locating grass fed beef sources. Thank you!
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Old 07-07-2020, 10:55 AM
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I will be in TV July 19th for extended stay. Interested in locating grass fed beef sources. Thank you!
Doesn't all beef eat grass ?
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Doesn't all beef eat grass ?
Believe hay is also used
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Hay is actually just dried grass. Most beef is fed silage -usually corn- to fatten them prior to slaughter.

Not sure why the OP would object to this but to each their own.
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I imagine they mean pasture raised rather than feed lot. Some people have heard (maybe its true) that, in Florida, they feed cattle peanut shells and that it makes the beef taste funny.
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I imagine they mean pasture raised rather than feed lot. Some people have heard (maybe its true) that, in Florida, they feed cattle peanut shells and that it makes the beef taste funny.
Wow would be interesting
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So that is why they have so many bales of hay behind the store
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Pasture Prime, a vendor at the Saturday Brownwood farmer’s market sells grass fed beef. They have a web page. PasturePrimewagyu.com. You can pre-order there to pick up on Saturday. Not sure if he’s selling due to the virus but the website should help.
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Pasture Prime, a vendor at the Saturday Brownwood farmer’s market sells grass fed beef. They have a web page. PasturePrimewagyu.com. You can pre-order there to pick up on Saturday. Not sure if he’s selling due to the virus but the website should help.
They have the best of the best.....

Here is why I prefer grass-fed beef.

GO HERE....

Health Benefits of Natural Grass-Fed Beef - Pasture Prime Family Farm
LLC - Pasture Prime Family Farm LLC


By the way.... Sam's Club and Publix also sell Grass Fed Ground Beef

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There is also an abundance of water reared fish!
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Aldi sales grass fed beef.
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Sams carry organic grass fed beef
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