Many chefs, health institutions, and experts suggest people should turn to organic food. This is because the differences between factory-farmed meat and grass-fed meat are huge. These differences are especially visible when it comes to beef.
Simply put, the life of a consciously bred cow and the one that is conventionally held in a feedlot are drastically different. Not only that the habitats are very different for the animals, but they also affect the environment in different ways.
To us, these differences are clear and this is why we provide customers with organic beef exclusively:
Our organic beef comes from regulated environments
The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, along with other government agencies in Australia, regulate how farms grow organic meat. They need to meet rigorous standards to be able to sell their products as organic. We only work with producers who have met the standards and have the appropriate certifications. This ensures that all of our beef products are completely organic.
Living conditions of the animals
Factory-farmed beef comes from cows that are held in quarters without any room to breath and, sometimes, they can’t even move or lie down. However, organic cattle are nurtured on pastures and open fields where they can move, run, lie down, get fresh air, exercise, and soak in the sun.
Due to unhealthy and often dirty environments, factory-farmed animals often need antibiotics and other medication to stay healthy and “optimal” for food production. All of these substances have an effect on food and some of them even stay in it, which means that consumers often ingest various chemical substances.
With organic habitats, this is not an issue. The animals are healthy since they can live a natural life and, as a result, there are no additives in the meat.
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