It's another warm day out in Palo Pinto, TX. The sun is coming up quickly and the ranch work has to get done before the heat of the afternoon. The high today is supposed to be 97 degrees with humidity at 85%. Cooler weather can't seem to come quick enough!
An ocean of grass is the most beautiful sight to a rancher especially in the summer and fall, heading into winter.
Who in their right mind goes camping this time of year in Texas?
Running a pure grass-fed/ finished beef operation requires lots of land. Just one cow can consume around 24 pounds of dry grass each day.
Many consumers believe that the meat in the meat counter is the freshest. Usually this is the case because of the red, juicy color of the beef. BUT, did you know that many times grocery stores treat the beef with carbon monoxide to stabilize the color? The carbon monoxide treatment lasts weeks. So that ribeye you bought from the meat counter for your family and friends, may actually be several weeks old. And not just that, your feeding your family and guests chemicals. Just something to consider.