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The Grassfed Primer Magazine

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The Grassfed Primer magazine

  • 18 page magazine
  • This item can be purchased by anyone, you do not need to be a Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW farmer to purchase this publication.

Shipping Fee: $1.00 via First Class Mail with USPS

Read about our return and refund policy here.

Consumers’ concern about the safety of their meat has risen as multiple beef recalls have made the news in recent months. However, the latest recalls making headlines are nothing new; between Jan. 1, 1994 and Nov. 31, 2007, roughly 800 separate company recalls took place – equivalent to over 300 million lbs. of meat and poultry products. Nearly all were caused by two types of bacteria: Listeria and E. coli.

At the heart of the problem is the standard industry practice of raising and processing animals at the fastest rate and the lowest cost. With over 80 percent of meat in the United States coming from mass production units, consumer fears may be justified. Fortunately, an alternative exists. Studies show that meat from grassfed cattle, such as those raised by Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW farmers, is less likely to harbor dangerous bacteria. Download the Grassfed Primer for a comprehensive overview of the history and benefits of grassfed beef.

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The Grassfed Primer magazine

  • 18 page magazine
  • This item can be purchased by anyone, you do not need to be a Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW farmer to purchase this publication.

Shipping Fee: $1.00 via First Class Mail with USPS

Orders from Canada can be made by calling 541-526-1119.

Read about our return and refund policy here.

Consumers’ concern about the safety of their meat has risen as multiple beef recalls have made the news in recent months. However, the latest recalls making headlines are nothing new; between Jan. 1, 1994 and Nov. 31, 2007, roughly 800 separate company recalls took place – equivalent to over 300 million lbs. of meat and poultry products. Nearly all were caused by two types of bacteria: Listeria and E. coli.

At the heart of the problem is the standard industry practice of raising and processing animals at the fastest rate and the lowest cost. With over 80 percent of meat in the United States coming from mass production units, consumer fears may be justified. Fortunately, an alternative exists. Studies show that meat from grassfed cattle, such as those raised by Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW farmers, is less likely to harbor dangerous bacteria. Download the Grassfed Primer for a comprehensive overview of the history and benefits of grassfed beef.

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Weight .3 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × .25 in
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