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The USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Agricultural Marketing Service must certify the meat for it to be labeled organic. Grass-Fed or Grain-Fed Beef? The Final TallyNow that we’ve looked at some of the research around grass-fed and grain-fed beef, here
are some points to consider: Remember not to overcook your beef, which can cause potentially harmful compounds to form. Grass-fed or grass-finished beef is often more expensive, so it’s up to you if you believe it’s worth the extra cost and if you’re able to or want to vote with your dollar to ensure
cows are raised more humanely. Grass-fed beef has more beneficial omega-3 fatty acids and CLA. Herbs and grasses are a more natural diet for cows than processed soy or corn. Lots of people go grass-fed and organic for ethical reasons because cows living in their natural environment eating their natural diet are healthier and happier.