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The Medium Rare Advantage

We do not administer growth hormones and antibiotics to our animals; we allow our animals lots of fresh air and room to graze naturally. Our animals feed on long stemmed forage, grass and grains. Food that their diets are meant to consist of.

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Why Grass-Fed?

Why Grass-Fed? Unless you've had your head buried in the sand (or, like me, your face ...

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Getting The Most When Buying Meat

Getting The Most When Buying Meat Hey, Folks, I thought I'd take this opportunity to answer a few common meat-related questions. ...

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28 Aug Posted by in The Butcher's Blog | Comments

Plodding Thought

Plodding Thought

In an attempt to slow my mad plummet into old age I’ve started eating better, exercising occasionally, and drinking less. Much as I love a few glasses of whiskey before bed, it’s a dangerous habit to get into. I’ve been running jogging plodding all summer and have worked up to eight kilometres, which I do three […]

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05 Aug Posted by in The Butcher's Blog | Comments

Wandering Product Review

Wandering Product Review

I found a pile of pictured of Medium Rare goodies on my ipad and I can’t remember whether I’ve talked about any of ’em in the past. So… Chilli Con Carne: Apparently this is not ground up carnival staff, but rather a thick and beefy chilli. I ate this on one of those rare evening when […]

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