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  1. Thomas Frank
    Thomas Frank March 4, 2013 at 6:00 pm | | Reply

    Awesome information, Max – I liked that you did thorough research and explained all the complex stuff well.

    I really wish every student could eat grass-fed beef; it’s too bad that the stuff is so expensive (and that lots of students are stuck on meal plans). The funny part is that you could probably buy grass-fed beef for every meal if you were paying as much as you payed for a meal plan on your own groceries – but that’s still hard to swing for most students.

    What’s your take on chicken? I hear so much about grass-fed beef and wild-caught fish, but not much on chicken at all.

  2. Thomas Frank
    Thomas Frank March 6, 2013 at 8:13 pm | | Reply

    Sweet. Honestly I just buy regular eggs, and I probably need to start buying the good ones. I just started using Paprika on my iPad, so I’m more interested in cooking now.

  3. Ernesto G. Castro
    Ernesto G. Castro January 18, 2014 at 7:43 pm | | Reply

    Great article!! I am new to grass-fed and finished cattle ranching, but know the difference of grass-fed vs. grain-fed.
    I only fed my cattle grass we grow on the ranch, in the winter we fed them non GMO hay/alfalfa/grass we purchase from a local grower. Please forward me any information you have on the subject. It’s almost a full time job educating the public.

  4. Kay
    Kay April 3, 2016 at 1:59 pm | | Reply

    “That’s just science. Don’t sit in your own poo.”


    Ewww… Okay. I think I’m convinced.

    That was a really fun article.

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