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Wagyu vs Store Beef

Grass Fed Beef Lynden

Grass-Fed Wagyu Beef: The Difference Between Our Wagyu and Store-Bought 

If you’re a meat lover, you’ve probably heard of Wagyu beef, a high-quality, marbled meat that’s prized for its rich flavor and tender texture. But did you know that there’s a big difference between the Wagyu beef you buy at the store and the grass-fed Wagyu beef raised on local farms like ours?

Store-Bought Meat: What You’re Really Getting

When you buy meat at the grocery store, you’re often buying meat that’s been produced on large-scale industrial farms. The cows on these farms are typically raised in confined conditions, with limited access to grass and fresh air. Instead, they’re fed a diet of grains and soybeans, which are often genetically modified and treated with pesticides. This can result in meat that’s lower in nutrients and higher in unhealthy fats.

In addition to the diet, the living conditions of the animals can also affect the quality of the meat. Cows that are crowded into feedlots and fed a grain-based diet can become stressed, leading to meat that’s tough and lacking in flavor. They’re also more susceptible to disease, which can result in the need for antibiotics and other drugs to be used, which can then end up in the meat you consume.

Grass-Fed Wagyu Beef: The Benefits of Local Farming

At our farm, we raise our cows on a diet of fresh grass and hay, without the use of hormones or antibiotics. This results in meat that’s higher in healthy omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins, as well as a more intense, rich flavor. Our cows are also able to roam freely and enjoy fresh air and sunshine, which contributes to meat that’s tender and juicy.

When you buy grass-fed Wagyu beef from our farm, you can be confident that you’re getting a high-quality product that’s been produced with care for the environment and the well-being of the animals. By supporting local farming, you’re helping to reduce the carbon footprint of your food and supporting sustainable agriculture practices.

The Bottom Line

When it comes to choosing meat, the difference between local grass-fed Wagyu beef and store-bought meat is clear. By choosing local, grass-fed beef, you’re getting a healthier and tastier product that’s been produced with care for the environment and the animals. So next time you’re at the grocery store, consider making the switch to grass-fed Wagyu beef from a local farm like ours. Your taste buds will thank you!

 
To purchase your Wagyu Beef, head over to our website here.
 

From our house to yours, “eet smakelijk” is Dutch for “enjoying your meal.” 

Glen and Lisa 

 
 

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