Difference between range-raised cattle and factory-raised cattle

Difference between range-raised cattle and factory-raised cattle

Range-raised cattle are naturally lean. The fats found in the meat of a cow that's grazed in open pasture are stable, saturated fats, while the meat of cattle raised in factory farms contains a conglomeration of polyunsaturated and saturated fats, chemicals, and hormones. Factory-farmed meat may come from cattle that are fed a mishmash of oils, grains, wastes from chemically fertilized crops, old newspapers urinated on by other cattle, and even unstable parts of their slaughtered brethren. If you are what you eat, you're also what you ever you eat eats.

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