- The act of sharing information about the benefits of true, 100% grass-fed beef – on the environment, on our health, on the life of cattle – with everyone.
Cattle roam freely across open pastures. Beef is lean and healthy.
Cattle is fed grain and confined for weight gain. Beef is higher in fat.
Grazing cattle help restore the land. Beef is lean and healthy again.
WHEN GRASS MEETS CATTLE
- The first and largest part of a steer’s stomach, the rumen, contains enzymes that start the process by breaking down grass for digestion.
- The second part of the stomach, the reticulum, mixes grass with saliva to make a small ball called a cud.
- The third part of the stomach, the omasum, processes the cud by squeezing all of the water out to further break the grass down.
- The fourth and final part of the stomach, the abomasum, is where the grass is finally digested.