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why organic beef

Today Beef is the most common & important part of the diet but it’s true that– all meat was not created equally. The quality of the beef you eat is certainly more vital than the quantity.
In USA people eat more beef than any other type of meat. Every American consumes, on an average, around 70 lbs of beef each year, but only a small percentage of that beef is grass fed or organic. So, why that such difference?
Well, just as the human body should eat what it was meant to eat, so should a cow. The cow was designed to survive on a diet of grass.