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WHY GRASSFED

There is a food revolution that is sweeping America. People are becoming more and more aware of what goes into the food found in our modern-day grocery market. This “food” (if you can even call it that) is so processed and preserved it could outlive you and I. Food that is so far from natural that it takes a PhD to understand its ingredients list. It is processed, packaged, and shipped from all across the world to fulfill our insatiable need for convenience and gluttony.We want to change that!

Here at BOX R BEEF, we want you to know exactly where your meat comes from and the people that produce it. We want you to have the peace of mind that you are giving yourself and your family the healthiest beef product on the market. Not only is our beef the healthiest option, but with every purchase you support your local farmer, businesses and economy.

We promise that our beef is 100% grass fed and grass finished!

Here are five reasons why grass fed/grass finished beef is BETTER FOR YOU and our environment vs. traditional grain fed beef:

1. REDUCES THE RISK OF HEART DISEASE 

Grass fed beef has less overall fat, lower levels of cholesterol, higher levels of Omega-3 (up to 6x more than non-grass fed), more CLA (up to 5x more than non-grass fed) and more vitamins that fight heart disease. Grass fed beef can be just as lean as chicken with more protein per pound.

2. FIGHTS CANCER

The CLA found in grass fed beef has been shown to fight certain cancers.

3. IMPROVES BLOOD SUGAR

The healthy fat in grass fed beef is extremely beneficial in maintaining blood sugar at healthy levels.

4. SAFER CONSUMPTION FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

Eating grass fed beef significantly reduces the risk of food poisoning, and since we don’t use antibiotics we are creating fewer antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

5. BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Our style of production benefits the environment by decreasing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing biodiversity of our pastures ecosystem and improving the quality of run-off water from our well managed pastures.