Dr. Patricia Whisnant
Veterinarian and Grass Fed Beef Rancher
Grass Fed Beef:
Delicious, Healthy and Safe
Environmentally conscious Americans who like a little pink on their plate to go with the leafy greens have plenty of reasons to love grass-fed beef: They know that tasty NY strip or sizzling sirloin was cut from animals never augmented with potentially dangerous toxins such as growth hormones, steroids or antibiotics. And they also know that grass-feeding farms are less cruel to the environment than the huge feedlot operations.
Now, in the wake of the recent discovery of Mad Cow Disease in the United States, those who already love grass-fed beef and others nervously looking for a healthy, safe alternative beef source can breathe easy: Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), better known as Mad Cow Disease, has been linked to the practice of using animal by-products in feeding and that's something that never happens with cattle from AmericanGrassFedBeef.com, one of the nation's leading purveyors of naturally raised meat products.
Dr. Patricia Whisnant, a veterinarian, grass-fed cattle rancher and owner of
"As a veterinarian, I know that providing cattle with their God-designed diet of grass and forage using natural farming practices results in the safest
and healthiest beef for families."
The greatest attention has been given to Mad Cow Disease when evidence in the 1990s linked it to nvCJD (new variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease), a potentially fatal neurological affliction in humans. Evidence indicates that nvCJD has occurred after consumption of BSE-contaminated cattle products. Evidence has also indicated that the transmission of BSE to humans is only possible with the consumption of brain, eyes, lymph nodes or spinal tissue.
AmericanGrassFedBeef.com offers a complete line of delicious beef entrees and other products, from rib eyes, New York strip steaks,
tenderloins, ground beef and even treats such as bacon and beef jerky.
For more information on the safer beef choice -- both for the environment and your family -- check out the website AmericanGrassFedBeef.com