Why Texas Long Horn Beef?
Where does your grocery store beef come from?
According to the results of a Freedom of Information Act request, from January 1, 2015 to June 10, 2016 USDA’s Food Safety Inspection System (FSIS) personnel stationed at U.S. ports of entry rejected nearly 30,000 shipments, totaling more than 69 million pounds of imported food from other nations. Nearly 64 million pounds of this meat, poultry, catfish and egg products were rejected for serious food safety violations…
Have you ever considered buying a whole beef yearling or considered splitting one with family and friends? While we wait for our organic designation to come through, we offer high quality, grass fed beef at a fraction of the cost of the grass fed beef at the store. We do not feed any growth stimulants, hormones, steroids or antibiotics. The breed simply does not need them and we would not want to eat them. They have free range of the 60 acre pasture with access to cold year round springs. We give them continuous access to organic sea kelp, free choice minerals, salt and diatomaceous earth.
Nutritional Advantages of Grass Fed Texas Longhorn Beef
- Longhorn meat, on the average, contains 10% less saturated fat than that of other cattle. This puts lean Texas Longhorn on a par with skinned boneless white meat of chickens.
- Red meat has many nutrients including, protein, iron, and vitamin B-12.
- Texas Longhorn beef is the healthiest red meat and definitely is a heart healthy food. www.tlbaa.org.