Grass fed beef is being offered on many upscale menus as a healthier and more flavorful alternative to standard feedlot beef. Now it can easily be part of your family’s menu.
Billings, MT (PRWEB) April 23, 2012
Today, Top Wire Ranches of Billings, Montana announced that they are selling their Montana grown, grass fed Angus beef to the public. All of Top Wire Ranch’s cattle are grass fed under the “Big Sky” of Montana and benefit from the plentiful fresh air and clean water the state has to offer.
Sustainability and humane conditions are always at the forefront of Top Wire Ranch’s concerns when raising their hearty Angus herd. This natural method of ranching has less environmental impact, reduced waste and less consumption of fossil fuels compared to traditional factory farms.
Health concerns about the use of chemical additives overuse of antibiotics and bovine growth hormones have led to the approach to ranching taken by Top Wire Ranch. They produce hormone free, antibiotic free and chemical free beef that has numerous health benefits. Studies have shown that grass fed beef is higher in Omega-3 fatty acids. These “good” fats aid in heart health, lower blood pressure, aid the brain in fighting depression and Alzheimer’s and may reduce your risk of cancer.
“With culinary trends moving towards more natural and “green” ingredients, knowing what goes into your beef and where it comes from is increasingly important. Grass fed beef is being offered on many upscale menus as a healthier and more flavorful alternative to standard feedlot beef. Now it can easily be part of your family’s menu,” stated owner Jim Bailey.
Ready again this fall, Top Wire Ranches takes direct orders for a quarter, half or whole beef on their new website- http://www.grassfedbeefmt.com. You get to choose your processor and what would best suit your family’s lifestyle.
About Top Wire Ranches
Top Wire Ranch is owned and operated by the Bailey family of Billings, Montana. The entire family participates in the feeding and care of the herd. Top Wire Ranch maintains a smaller herd so that no details are overlooked in wise pasture management. Their cattle never receive chemical treatments or antibiotics and hormone implants are never used.