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Why do we call our beef, SALAD-BAR beef? And why is it so good for you?

written by

Hope Bank

posted on

November 16, 2020

There's something remarkable about the grass-nutrient density and soil rhizome activity here in Iowa.

"I think there's no more ideal place in all the country to raise beef," says Jamie, "and the vast number of insects underground affirm the amazing soil health of our pastures."

No antibiotics, no hormones, no grains - just a salad-bar of wild greens went into the making of this food.

So it's chock-full of digestible vitamins, minerals including: A, E and K, B12, B3 and B6, iron, selenium and zinc.

Grass-fed beef is a great source of good fats like Omega 3's and CLA which are ANTI-INFLAMMATORY fats.

And of course, our meat contains ALL of the essential amino acids your body needs.

So you see how we make a good case that our salad-bar beef is some of the most nutritious food in the world. :)

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