The way cows are fed has an effect on the nutrition value of the beef we get from them. It is important to know and understand the differences between grain-fed and grass-finished cows. Cows that are grain-fed are from feedlots that feed the herds grain so that they fatten up faster. Those grains are usually a corn or soy based grain. They are also given drugs or hormones that speed up their growth process as well. Grass-finished cows are those that life their entire life in pastures, allowed to graze and eat as they want.
100% Grass Fed and Grass Finished Beef contains 80% less fat and 30% less cholesterol compared to Grain Fed Beef.