Beefology Blog

July 4th Holiday Shipping Update

  Please note that due to the upcoming holiday and the nature of our product, any orders placed between June 27th and July 9th will be shipped out on July 10th and 11th. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this period, and rest assured that we will do our best to ensure your order is promptly processed and delivered to you.

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Why It’s Better to Go With a Recurring Meat Subscription

Why It’s Better to Go With a Recurring Meat Subscription Do you enjoy saving time and money? Do you want to feed your family well but economically? Do you find comfort knowing that your freezer is always full of delicious, nutritious grass fed beef? Those are just some reasons why it’s better to go with a recurring meat subscription from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed. All our meat was raised according to regenerative agriculture principles. That means the cattle were never fed grain, but were nourished solely on grass and forage. They never received hormones to fatten them up, nor antibiotics

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Regenerative Agriculture Techniques

Regenerative Agriculture Techniques Regenerative agricultural techniques focus on improving soil health. They may also prove key to combating climate change, an existential threat to our planet. Regenerative agriculture can transfer huge quantities of carbon to the soil rather than releasing it into the atmosphere, where it is a major source of greenhouse gases. Those gases are a primary contributor to climate change. All 100% grass fed, grass finished beef available from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed was raised using regenerative agriculture principles. Learn more about these principles and how they affect your meal.   Rotational Grazing Rotational pasture grazing is a cornerstone of

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Proper Ways to Thaw Meat

Proper Ways to thaw Meat You’re eagerly anticipating your next meal of delicious 100% Grass Fed beef, raised using the principles of regenerative agriculture from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed. Before you can cook it, you should let the frozen meat thaw out. For safety’s sake, make sure to use one of the proper ways to thaw meat, including: Thaw the meat in the refrigerator Enclose the meat in a plastic bag and submerge it in cold water Use the thaw setting on your microwave It’s important to use one of the above thawing methods; otherwise, you risk the possibility of

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Permaculture and Rotational Grazing

Permaculture and Rotational Grazing Permaculture farming methods are holistic and organic, working with nature instead of against it. These methods work hand in hand with grass fed cattle grazing. Permaculture farmers tend to raise grass fed livestock for dairy, meat, and manure but follow strict rotational grazing approaches similar to the regenerative agriculture practiced by Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed. What Is Permaculture? The word permaculture refers to “permanent agriculture and permanent culture.” It means consciously designing and maintaining agricultural ecosystems which resemble natural ecosystems in their biological diversity, resilience, and stability. Landscape and people are harmoniously integrated. The greatest difference

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Meat Wrapping for Freezer Storage

Meat Wrapping for Freezer Storage Stocking up on meat can have a really positive impact on your food budget. It’s always good to know you have meat stored away in your freezer in case of bad weather or last-minute meal changes. Correctly wrapping meat for freezer storage is a vital part of the process. Freezing meat stops bacteria and mold growth while reducing enzyme activity. Be sure to use absolutely clean cutting boards when preparing meat for freezing. Frozen beef does not lose nutritional value during storage, whereas non-frozen meat can lose nutrients more quickly. For all of the above

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Livestock Treatment on Regenerative Ranches

Livestock Treatment on Regenerative Ranches Nature designed cattle to roam and eat grass. In turn, grazing bovines help replenish the soil with the physical stimulation of their hooves. This helps recycle nutrients and promote seedling development. Their manure puts nutrients back into the soil. Regenerative grazing involves rotating pastures so that cattle do not overgraze. There is a recovery period for plants before the cattle graze on it again. Erosion is reduced due to continuous root systems in the soil. The runoff leading to water pollution is minimized. Unlike factory-farmed cattle, livestock raised using the principles of regenerative agriculture live naturally and

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Does Grass Fed Beef Have Omega 3?

Does Grass Fed Beef Have Omega 3 Omega 3 fatty acids are called “essential” because our bodies cannot produce them on their own. We must obtain these polyunsaturated fats from the food we eat. Insufficient consumption of omega 3 fatty acids can lead to serious health problems. Beef cattle raised using regenerative agriculture practices have higher levels of essential omega 3 fatty acids in their meat than grain-fed beef. At Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, we are proud of the sustainable way our cattle are raised and the health benefits provided by grass fed management. Omega 3 Fatty Acids Omega 3

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What is Holistic Grazing?

What is Holistic Grazing? Integrating livestock with land regeneration is the basis of holistic grazing. In effect, holistic grazing mirrors nature. In the wild, hooved animals improve soil quality via their manure and the movement of their feet.   The term holistic grazing was coined by Allan Savory, founder of the renowned Savory Institute. It refers to recreating the way wildlife grazes the land naturally.   Holistic grazing is an integral part of healing the land and combatting climate change. These regenerative agriculture practices involve reducing run-off, improving water quality, boosting wildlife habitat, and restoring the environment. At the same

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Why Regenerative Farming Is Commonly Referred to as Carbon Farming

Why Regenerative Farming Is Commonly Referred to as Carbon Farming   There is nothing new about regenerative farming. It is the method used by stewards of the land from time immemorial. Conventional farming practices result in releasing more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, contributing to the greenhouse gas emissions causing climate change. Regenerative farming is commonly referred to as carbon farming because it helps plants store rather than release carbon.   Regenerative agriculture plays a major role in carbon sequestration. While conventional agriculture is a leading contributor to climate change, with as much as one-third of greenhouse gas emissions related

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Can Beef Be Carbon Neutral?

Can Beef Be Carbon Neutral? Can beef be carbon neutral? The answer is yes, as long as farmers follow sustainable grazing practices. Climate change is the most pressing issue of our time. Our planet’s future literally depends on reversing its effects. Livestock production accounts for approximately 14.5% of all greenhouse gas emissions, a primary climate change driver. Beef cattle make up 41% of livestock greenhouse gas emissions. Healthy soils sequester, or store, carbon dioxide. Overgrazing results in the release of this stored carbon into the atmosphere. Sustainable agricultural practices prevent overgrazing by rotating cattle from pasture to pasture before they

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Our Stance on mRNA Vaccine Use with Livestock

Due to the increased  volume of questions about mRNA vaccines we want to make sure that everyone is aware of the following that is included in our protocol:

mRNA Vaccines: many of our consumers are requesting that we provide an update regarding our position on the use of mRNA vaccines for cattle in our supply chain. In the past, Thousand Hills has allowed the producers to determine what vaccines to employ, if any. However, in the case of the COVID or any mRNA vaccine, due to the experimental nature and lack of long-term studies, we are prohibiting their use until further notice for all livestock entering our supply chain until more can be learned of their effectiveness, potential side effects and potential need for such vaccines in managing livestock herd health in general.