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... about the meat you're eating?
MOVING FORWARD WITH NATUREOur intrepid Midwest farm families jumped in with both feet. They planted cover crops, let the ground rest and restore, and let nature do it’s thing. When cattle began grazing these grassy pastures, they found the herds were healthier, happier and, while it took longer, the end product was more nutritious and delicious! The result over 20 years has been a thriving herd of cattle, nearly non-existent sickness, thick lush pastures, deep healthy soils with expanding biodiversity. Years later, it’s also been determined that grasslands actually offer another benefit, carbon sequestration. Grasses absorb carbon from the atmosphere and bury it in the soil where it feeds living systems underground. It’s an extremely efficient process that some scientists believe accomplishes even more than forests of trees.
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