Tailor Made Beef

We strive to make the healthiest, nutrient-dense beef possible.

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Flavor drives nutrition…wha?

I like Mark Shatzker’s books and articles. However, the name of this WSJ article from April 2015 (WOW, am I slow on the uptake) has had me thinking all year. I was always thinking the more nutrition in the food, i.e. the more minerals and vitamins, the greater the flavor and nutrition was in that […]

Green med info weighs in on the Zika virus.

Greenmedinfo.com is a very good and website and I trust their information (95%+). This morning they published a blog that is very disturbing, but is also what I had a feeling was going on when I first heard of the issue. The following is an excerpt from the article… “The Zika virus was discovered in […]

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Funny how things keep circling back around

Fifteen years ago, when I first started grass finishing, increasing Omega 3’s in my beef by feeding only the green, leafy parts of plants was my main focus for human health. Recently, a friend of mine shared a chart that compares the Omega ratios of  number of different types of fat (all of those “oils” are FAT, […]

Finally, delivering to the 10th and Grove location again this Saturday the 6th

My work schedule has kept me away from Boise on Saturdays for three weeks now. I will be in the Southwest corner of the the 10th and Grove parking lot at 3:00 on the 6th of February. Send me and email if you would like me to bring any items for you.    *protected email* […]

Cilantro, who knew.

Make your meals “ex-cilantro” with this garden herb (cilantro). Not only does it add a distinctive taste to salsa, it has amazing medicinal properties as well. Cilantro is the best natural detoxifier of Aluminum (which is thought to have a big hand in causing Alzheimers). A digression, Parsley is the best natural detoxifier of Mercury. […]

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Polyfaces…the movie

Remember that ICSA had Joel Salatin speak at the 2014 conference. ICSA is sponsoring a film screening at the Egyptian Theater of the movie about Joel and his farm. POLYFACES: BOISE FILM SCREENING FRI, FEB 5, 2016 AT 7:00 PM – BOISE, ID   We hope you can join us. Postscript…they say around 300 attended.

Meat deliveries to Boise on “some” Saturdays between now and April

How can I be less reliable than the title to this blog indicates? Seriously, what follows is what I propose for the next three plus months. I am going to be coming to the 10th and Grove parking lot at 11:00 am on January  9th and 30th February 6th and 20th March 5th and 19th And […]

Connecting the dots between sugar consumption and lower IQ’s for our children

Wow, where to start. The Price-Pottenger Foundation has a wealth of knowledge on this and many other topics. Dr. Robert Lustig has talked on this subject for many years. Dr. David Getoff…really gets it! …and the newest movie by Michael Pollan is a must watch! Personally, I would like to be able to tell the […]

Economics and the “Marginal Efficiency of Cows”

In college I had an older German professor of Economics. He gave but demanded respect. The first final I ever took in his Macro-Economics class had me studying frantically every spare moment before the test. As it turned out I received a 100. Kind of funny though, I got one thing wrong, but had done […]