Oldtimer":3h8bha07 said:Actually I like a combination of both- I usually butcher heifers that have been on grass all summer and test open in the fall (Oct.) Then I will put them on grain for a couple of months before I butcher them. I like well marbled beef.
Oregonian":v0h7w71p said:Ignorance is bliss. Does it occur to you that corn is bad for cattle/humans? We and cattle are not genetically altered to eat corn. That is my opinion (although there are hard facts behind all this). I'll stick with our smart ancestors done for years...raise cattle on grass from birth to butcher 100 percent natural (and healthy) beef. Now I am sure I start an expected heat argument. Oh well.....I will keep praising this until people come to realize or turn on the lightbulb above their head. Bye.