organic beef

Beef About Beef

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

I am no friend of the meat industry. They have skewed a once skillful chain of artisan industries – farmer-abattoir-butcher-cook – into an ugly, bloated industry that churns out beef at lowest cost to the producer.

Neil Prentice

Meat the farmer

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Neil Prentice farms wagyu cattle, the Japanese breed famed for their interlaced muscular fat. The only trouble with wagyu is that they need to be kept in feedlots for nearly two years to obtain the sort of fat the Japanese love. Prentice, however, sees feedlotting as unethical.

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