- Sweet Grass Farm Meat is more nutritious
than commercial meats because our animals eat grass.
- Grassfed meats contain higher levels of
Omega-3 fatty acids than grainfed meats.
- By intensely managing the nutrients in the pasture
soil, we also insure the presence of life sustaining
vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants in
the meat on your plate.
- By exposing our animals to sunlight they receive
more Vitamin D from the sunlight.
- ADDITION NOVEMBER 2012--ERIN HAS LOST 30 POUNDS
EATING WHOLE FOOD IN THE LAST 2 YEARS! AMAZING!
- Sweet Grass Farm Meat is more delicious
than commercial meats.
- The finest restaurants in Northeast
Wisconsin choose meat from Sweet Grass Farm as a staple
of their menu.
- Grass gives the meat a fuller flavor
and more palatable texture.
- Dry-aging of local butcher shops
enhances the flavor and tenderness.
- Small batch butchering practiced by local butchers
keep the meat tasting clean.
- Sweet Grass Farm meat is a safer choice
for your family.
- Small butcher shops only slaughter a handful of
animals at a time as compared to the commercial
slaughter house who can slaughter millions of animals a
day. All it takes is one sick animal to
contaminate the whole lot.
- Sweet Grass Farm uses NO additional Hormones.
- Sweet Grass Farm practices sustainable farming
practices that keep the animals healthy so there is no
need for Antibiotics.
- Sweet Grass Farm uses Earth Friendly Farming
- Management Intensive Grazing protects soil and
water, reduces the use of fossil fuels, encourages plant
biodiversity and creates wildlife habitat.
- The Sierra Club recommends grass fed products
because grazing farmers tend to be "keen stewards of the
land, concerned with proper grazing techniques and the
nurturing of native grasses."
- We Buy Locally!
- We firmly believe that the way to financial freedom
is to support each other in our local economy.
- By keeping our dollar in our local economy we can
create more personal buying power.
- By keeping our dollar in our local economy we help
to insure employment for ourselves and our neighbors.
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