Idaho Grass Fed Beef
Buying food raised locally benefits the economy. Buying food raised sustainably through regenerative agriculture benefits the environment. In Idaho, you can purchase food to accomplish these objectives while providing you and your family with the healthiest of meals.
Idaho Grass Fed Beef Delivery
The beef industry is one of the largest agricultural industries in Idaho. According to the Idaho Beef Council, there is 2.5 million head of beef cows and calves in the state, with more than 8,149 cattle operations. It’s a state where cattle outnumber people.
Most of these operations are not raising grass fed beef, but the number of grass fed beef producers is rising steadily as consumers demand healthier and more humanely raised meat. People want to know where their meat comes from and whether farmers and ranchers adhere to the most sustainable methods of caring for the land and their livestock.
Of course, many people do not have access to locally sourced beef raised using regenerative agricultural practices. Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed sources from local grass fed beef ranchers from around the country. No matter where in the U.S. you live, we source grass fed beef from your closest regenerative rancher.
Grass Fed vs. Grass Finished Beef in Idaho
What’s the difference between grass fed and grass finished? As it turns out, a great deal. Although the two terms sound so similar, grass fed beef refers to cattle that started out eating only grass but ended up in feedlots being fattened for slaughter on grains. Grass finished beef consumed grass or forage their entire lives.
Grass finished beef takes longer to reach market weight, but the meat is leaner and healthier. While you will pay more for grass fed beef, the extra money is well worth it.
At Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed, we provide our customers with only grass fed, grass finished Beef. None of these animals ended up in a feedlot. They spent their lives roaming and grazing as Nature intended. None ever received hormones, antibiotics, or GMOs.
Regenerative ranchers raise their livestock holistically. They do not use pesticides, herbicides, or artificial fertilizers. Their practices encourage biodiversity, protect water sources, and regenerate topsoil. The land is improved, often after decades of damage resulting from industrial agricultural methods. Regenerative agriculture helps fight climate change by sequestering more carbon in the soil. Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are the primary contributors to a warming Earth.
Idaho Grass Fed Meats Delivery
Order grass fed beef online from Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed knowing we hold our regenerative ranching partners to the strictest standards regarding grass fed, grass finished meat production.
When you place an order, feel confident you are receiving healthy, 100% Grass Fed Steaks, hamburgers, ground beef, jerky, sausage, and other meats. Our grass fed beef is delivered to your door from the cattle ranch in our network that is nearest to your Idaho address.
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