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Pasture raised cattle
Pasture raised cattle

Pasture raised meat is a type of growing the animals used in the production of meats where the animals are fed grass, and other types of forage as opposed to grain-fed. It is considered to be a healthier way to raise the animals as the meat from these animals is leaner, and healthier. The term can apply for cattle and other larger animals raised for meat or for poultry. Other names used include free range, cage free, grass fed etc. that mean somewhat similarly.

Also see grain-fed

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