The American Grassfed Association defines grass-fed products from ruminants, including cattle, bison, goats, and sheep, as "those food products from animals that have eaten nothing but their mother's milk and fresh grass or grass-type hay from their birth until harvest." No grain feeding is allowed.
"I was looking for a hot chick in her 70s who didn’t smoke, drink too much or need to take any pills,” The couple married on Aug. 5 during the Katahdin Hair Sheep International annual meeting.
As the state’s population becomes more diverse, the demand for lamb and goat meat continues to increase, causing the industry to grow more popular…
“One of the fastest growing areas of lamb sales is direct to consumer at farm markets or sold from farmer's own on-premise stores. …One-third of all lamb is now sold direct from producer to customer.”
“…More than ever before, consumers want to know about what’s in their meat and poultry, how it was raised and where it came from.”
01 December 2016
"Georgia Sheep and Wool Growers Association" is a 521(a) Farmers Cooperative.P.O. Box 80632, Athens, GA 30601