Grass Fed Beef

Our Grass Fed Beef Qualifies As a Source of Long Chain Omega 3 Fatty Acids

We are pleased to announce that after submitting our beef for testing for a research study Newcastle University carried out, the results have now been announced!

The study has confirmed that animals fed on a natural grass only diet produce meat of a much higher nutritional value than animals fed cereals or even animals finished for a short while on cereals.

This is the first scientific record of the extra benefit if cattle are fed 100% forage diets throughout their life.

Meat from 100% pasture fed now qualifies as a source of long chain omega 3 fatty acids.

A major weakness of many modern diets around the world is a shortage of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, potentially one cause of numerous chronic physical and mental health conditions, hence the advice to eat oily fish.   However, our organic grass fed beef is a reliable alternative source.

Why not buy some grass fed beef from our online shop, to help get your source of long chain omega 3 fatty acids!

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What is grass fed meat?

Grass fed meat is where cattle eat nothing but forage (as nature intended for ruminants), grazing in summer and fed silage or hay in winter when cold, wet conditions reduce plant growth.

Grass Fed Beef Grazing
Our Grass Fed Beef Grazing

A perfect balance of omega oils puts our 100% grass fed beef in line with oily fish!

Grass fed meat has a lower more balanced ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids.

Meat from 100% pasture fed offers much greater health benefits than meat from mainstream systems.

Long chain omega 3 has anti-inflammatory properties.

Did you know?

What the cattle eat has a direct impact on the nutritional composition of what we eat.

Together with carbon sequestration and enhanced biodiversity, Pasture for Life beef has now been proven to have a higher nutritional quality.

Why not buy some grass fed beef from our online shop.

For extra reading do take a look at these articles from Newcastle University

Nutritional quality of pasture-fed beef

Better nutritional quality in grass-fed milk and meat