Tag Archives: Nutrition

Grass-Fed Vs. Grain-Fed Ground Beef — No Difference In Healthfulness

By Stephen B. Smith, Texas A&M University The Internet is awash in websites that proclaim the nutritional benefits of ground beef from grass-fed cattle. However, researchers in Texas A&M University’s Department of Animal Science have published the only two research … Continue reading

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Sex, nutrition, and electric fence

Power fence is the technology that has the potential to help us graze animals for better sustainability of resources, graze areas that were impossible to graze without it, increase profit with more effective grazing, and control animals in a safe … Continue reading

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Three Beef Industry Challenges That Won’t Go Away Soon

by Dave Sjeklocha in Vet’s Opinion via Beef Magazine  We’ll not only have to deal with these animal welfare, nutrition and health issues on the farm, but at the regulatory and legislative levels as well. From an animal health and welfare perspective, … Continue reading

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