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    Grass Fed vs Grain Fed Beef Interview

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    Rain Crow Ranch – American Grassfed Beef has recently partnered with Athletic Greens to take the grassfed message forward.  Chris “the Kiwi” Ashenden (Kiwi because he is from New Zealand) is the spokesperson for Athletic Greens.  Chris Ashenden is about happiness, personal growth, living outside the box, and enjoying...

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  • The All-American Grassfed Hamburger

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    Nothing says summer and the 4th of July like the All-American favorite grill food, the hamburger. When a burger is done right there is not a better comfort food on the planet.  Consumer surveys report that 82% of Americans eat a hamburger once a week. I am sure there...

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  • Adam Perry Lang and Rain Crow Ranch Beef

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      Rain Crow Ranch and Sauce Magazine sponsored on Friday the Celebrity Chef Series featuring Chef Adam Perry Lang.  This was an extraordinary grilling lesson taking place at Mike Shannon’s “outfield” patio.  At Rain Crow we have sponsored lots of events and it is always our pleasure to have...

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  • Supermoms Against Superbugs Follow Up

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      On a day of advocacy sponsored by the Pew Foundation and the American Academy of Pediatrics Dr. Whisnant was in Washington, DC.  Meetings with the FDA, staff of Senator Claire McCaskill, staff of Senator Roy Blunt and Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson were arranged to allow us to directly...

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  • Supermoms Against Superbugs:Take Washington by Storm Advocacy Day

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    Driven by the increasing awareness of antibiotic resistance and its link to food animal production and the ever growing demand for meat and poultry products raised without antibiotics, The Pew Campaign on Human Health and Industrial Farming, in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics, is hosting a Supermoms...

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  • Welcome to Rain Crow Ranch

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      We love to have folks visit us at the ranch and do all we can to welcome them.  It is a family tradition to have guests come in the gate as strangers and leave as friends.  For years we have hosted friends, family, customers, auditors and curious.  We...

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  • Growing Cows on Wheat Grass

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    The bagger is used to fill a large bag with the harvested forage where it is allowed to ferment.  This represents the traditional way of harvesting grass which is put up dry to be stored as hay.  This fermented feed produced by chopping the wheat grass at it’s peak creates a...

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  • BSE and Grass-Fed Beef

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    The USDA announced on Tuesday the confirmation of another case of “mad cow” disease, the 4th to be found in the United States.  This current case was in a dairy cow located in central California. Again, the consumer wonders about the safety of our food and should we be...

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  • Beef Pot Roast Recipe

    How to Eat a Week with One Roast

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    In a challenging economic atmosphere many want to eat ethically and healthy but email us that they just can’t afford it.  Others, write to tell us how hard it is to change from the convenient “pick up on the way home” food to real cooking using real food because they...

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  • Watercress at Rain Crow

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      So you say, why is a protein producer writing about green stuff?  Part of the reason I love living on our ranch is the environment.  I love being close to things that grow,  things that amaze me, things that fill me with a sense of wonder.  May I...

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