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Grass-fed beef goes mainstream

Within the span of two days, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal recommended that consumers who are looking for safe meat choose either organic or grass-fed beef. This is a testimony to the nation's growing awareness of pasture-based farming. Most of the recent publicity has focused on the safety of grass-fed beef, one of its many virtues. Visitors to can get the whole story.

(The New York Times, "Warily Searching for Safer Beef," by Marian Burros, December 31, 2003. The Wall Street Journal, "Why Blaming Canada Isn't Enough: U.S. Mad-Cow Inspections Lack Teeth," by Tara Parker-Pope, December 30, 2003.)


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