Found somewhere localish that have grass fed beef yeyyyyyyyyyyyy i'm so excited
Just need to sort chicken now... now can chicken be corn fed? grain fed? or free range? not really sure what to go for....
I asked about "traditionally fed" pork and it means "a hand rolled mix of grain and beans, minerals and vitimins" compared to a straight pellet formula commericial farms use. So is this ok?
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Stay clear of corn fed.You can tell if it's corn fed as it will look yellow.
The phrase free-range suggests freedom, exercise and open spaces but the door is left open for the animal to go out so althou they are called free-range they may not go out.
I don't always buy the best as sometimes I can't get the best but I never buy very cheap or frozen*(unless it comes from a farm)* meats.
If you order grass fed online they do blast freeze it so it comes frozen.It comes very well packed with reuseable cold packs.
Last edited by cavegirl13 : 14th February, 2013 at 05:36 PM
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I think chickens are meant to eat bugs and some grasses. I am not sure if they are meant to eat any grains and particularly not corn.
Chickens who have never been outside (they are reared from chicks indoors even when described as free range) will rarely venture outside as they have no idea what outside even is. All the farmer has to do is offer them the option.
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