Grass Fed Beef articles – how it’s cheaper and more enviro-friendly – unless Federally inspected

Posted: February 2, 2010 by Thrivelearning in Uncategorized

How to get grass fed beef is no mystery. You just have to find a local farmer to sell it to you directly. It’s more profitable and healthier for you. The trick is to keep it out of the Federal inspectors hands – since that is where all the e coli gets added. Something to do with the mass-production packing plants. Obama is going to buy these too, don’t you worry.

Enjoy this week’s articles:

Grass Fed Beef Still Has E. Coli Danger : Eat. Drink. Better. by John Chappell The benefits of organic and grass fed beef have been well documented. Numerous studies have shown that organic and grass fed beef has significantly higher levels of Omega 3s and lower levels of saturated fats than conventionally …

A Myth of Grass-Fed Beef « by Phil Reid This claim, which has become a mantra in sustainable agriculture, is more often than not dispatched to rally support for grass-fed beef—a supposedly healthier and more environmentally sound way to feed cattle—which is to say, …

RFQM: Salad Bar Beef | GNOWFGLINS by Wardeh “A recent article refutes the assumption that E. Coli contamination won’t happen in grass fed beef. Studies have been performed in the past several years have noted that rates of E. Coli in grass fed beef are similar to feedlot cattle. …

Grass Fed Beef…..help!! by WOE*is*me I am considering a large purchase of grass fed beef. I have 2 local choices – both grass fed on untreated grass, untreated with any hormones or antibiotics, inspected, ecoli tested, etc. The pricing is different though – and I can’t …

Vegetarians give in to humanely raised meat The Daily Titan – Jennifer Karmarkar – ?15 hours ago? Archana McEligot, associate professor of health sciences at Cal State Fullerton, explained that grass-fed beef has been shown to have lower saturated fat …

Pasture to plate | Area consumers’ desire for local foods spurs an entrepreneur. The Register-Guard – Tim Christie – ?Jan 30, 2010? Mike Wooley, owner of Long’s, said the grain-fed beef from Oregon Natural Meats will complement the grass-fed beef he carries. …

Add this to your non-duality: be the salesman and the product and the customer to get the sale… Sedona Method’s Levenson would often say “Thou Art That”. Another near-lucid dream woke me to blog about this in my wee hours. Hope it’s lucid enough for you…

Not just a board game: Live for Others in order to Improve Your Own Life Some rules to moving your lifestyle choice pieces – you only help yourself by helping others. Any success you look for, find for others first – and then yours arrives faster…

A nugget in a slanted article about farming The key point here is whether it is still cheaper to raise cattle for two years on grass, or farm with chemical fertilizers (and mechanical, fuel inputs) and feed corn to feedlot cattle which are ready 8 months earlier.

Eat your own cooking, drink your own Kool-Aid: part 3 How the government has it wrong – everything valuable isn’t always taxable. Why the poor in pocket aren’t necessarily poor in spirit. Living affluent cheaply…

Making Missouri Mob Grazing pay – a laundry list Some pointers from a 2000 mob grazing presentation by Greg Judy of Columbia, Missouri – how to raise grass-fed beef cattle simply and cheaply.

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