Beefology Blog

3 Reasons You Should Avoid Beef With Antibiotics

People turn to grass-fed beef for all sorts of reasons. Some want to promote environmental sustainability, while others know the meat is healthier and more nutrient-dense than conventionally raised beef. Then there are those who do not want to consume meat from cattle given prophylactic antibiotics. Those consumers know that antibiotic resistance is a looming public health crisis, and cattle raised in feedlots are part of the problem. 100% Grass Fed Meats delivery from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed provides you with nutritious, antibiotic-free food. Our cattle eat grass and forage their entire lives, as their bodies were designed to do.

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Is Beef liver healthy?

Beef liver is back! Throughout history, beef liver has been eaten, but it fell out of favor in recent years. Now, this organ meat is making a comeback as consumers recognize its nutritional benefits. Discover Grass Fed Beef Liver from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed. You can prepare it to make a variety of delicious and nutritious meals. Beef Liver as Superfood Beef liver is so nutritious, it is considered a superfood. Superfoods are those with exceptional nutritional densities. Although rich in nutrients, they are low in calories. Beef liver is an excellent source of protein, and low in fat. One

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What is the Difference Between Grass-Fed Beef and Grass-Finished Beef?

The terms “grass fed beef” and “grass finished beef” are not synonymous. As a person concerned about the way your food is raised, it is important to know the difference between grass-fed beef and grass-finished beef. When you order 100 percent  Grass Fed Beef Steaks from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, feel confident those cattle were never fed grain. Our cattle are both grass-fed and grass-finished. Some ranchers use the former term in a misleading way. The terms are easy to confuse. At Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, we know our customers desire consumer education because they care about their food. Grass

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8 Primal Cuts of Beef

  There is no shortage of choices when it comes to beef cuts. The number of potential cuts totals more than 60. In the United States, there are eight cuts considered primal, the ones every beefeater should know about. In Europe, there are just six primal cuts, while other countries consider up to 20 cuts as primal. Learning about beef cuts allows you to understand how the steer’s body is put together and why some cuts are costlier than others. At Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, our grass fed beef delivery provides you with the best cuts of meat from cattle

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How to Safely Store Meat

  When you stock up on Grass Fed Beef Steaks from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, it’s vital to know how to safely store your meat.  When meats are incorrectly stored or handled, bacteria can multiply and cause illness. Keep in mind that frozen beef does not lose its nutritional value when stored properly. When beef is raised using regenerative agriculture methods, the grazing practices lead to healthier soil and plants as well as cattle. These cattle do not receive antibiotics, growth hormones, or grain. They do not experience confinement feeding but consume grass on open lands as nature intended. Not

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Why Grass Fed Beef Is More Expensive Than Grain Fed

Why Grass Fed Beef Is More Expensive Than Grain Fed As a health-conscious and environmentally aware person, you want to know where your food comes from. That’s where 100 percent grass fed beef comes in. While you can expect to pay a little more for grass fed beef over its grain fed counterparts, the benefits of grass fed beef far outweigh the higher prices. When you order grass fed beef delivery from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, the meat comes from an animal that has spent its entire lifetime grazing in the way that cattle evolved to graze. Not only will

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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.