the importance of Cattle freedom Grass-Fed or Grain-Fed

Many consumers do not realize that grain-fed cattle are forced into small feedlots.

These cattle suffer from sicknesses.

The cattle are usually overpopulated within these feedlots.

These cattle are forced to grain foods that are unhealthy for them and for their meat.

The grain-fed meat contains high contents of fat that can cause consumers to suffer with obesity.

In contrast to the grain-fed cattle, the grass-fed cattle are able to roam freely on grasslands.

Consumers should realize that Grass-fed cattle are able to eat healthy food that provides them and their meat nutrients.

If a consumer chooses grass-fed meat, then they will not have as much risk of obesity.

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