For my grass fed natural angus beef, the cattle, after weaning, only eat grass, or grass-hay in the winter months, plus a mineral supplement to make up for the vitamin and mineral deficiencies in the grass. The mineral supplement has been custom designed after a lab analyzed the mineral and vitamin makeup of the grasses. It is designed to ensure proper, balanced nutrition for the cattle. I akin it to vitamins people take as a supplement to their diet.
I am amazed at how much poor-eating grass fed beef is out there. There seems to be plenty of grass fed beef from which to choose, but I've tried many kinds and most just aren't good to eat--at least in my opinion. Much of the grass fed beef is 'gamey' and tough. So I've strived to have not only grass fed beef which is good for you, but beef you enjoy eating and won't eat just once.
Here are my grass fed highlights:
A spring day moving cows at the foot of the Beartooth Mountains, just west of Red Lodge, Montana. My wife Maureen hates this picture because, if blown up, her horse, 'Dancer', appears really too fat.
GRASS FED NATURAL ANGUS