Did you know that there is gray area when it comes to labeling beef "grass-fed?" Some ranchers will label their beef grass-fed when the cow only ate grass for (let's say) six months and then was taken to a pen and fed a mixture of grains and corn to fatten it up for the last six months of the cow's life. Their point, "It's not as if the cow was never eating grass."
This is why we find it imperative to use the terms "grass-fed" & "grass-finished." This truly means that the cow was grass-fed and that it was not finished on corns and grains. It's the purest way for us to refer to our beef. Our cattle are always eating grass their entire lives, we can honestly stand by that.