Around these parts we emphasize proper nutrition as much as we do intense exercise. In one’s journey towards better health, it is wise to include beef from grass-fed cows. Here’s what Charles Poliquin and Mark Sission have to say about grass-fed beef. Bottom line: cows were meant to eat grass, and beef from grass-fed cows tastes better and is healthier for you.
In that vein, Emily Anderson and I will be organizing a beef buy through Wolf Creek Farm. By purchasing through a cow-share like this, you get a significant discount on stellar quality beef and support a great local business. Here’s the breakdown:
Pricing (assuming we order an entire cow): $5.38 per lb
- 1/2 cow (about 190 lbs)
- 1/4 cow (about 95 lbs)
- 1/8 cow (about 47.5 lbs)
- 1/16 cow (about 23.75 lbs)
Each share yields a variety of cuts, including ground beef, steaks, organs, etc., and the meat should be available sometime in late-November or early-December. Please comment on this post (or email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested, and include the amount of beef you would like.