Raising Your Own Beef for Food

Raising your own beef for food requires a small plot of grass, some fencing and the know-how provided within this article.



Brad and Ann with their backyard beef on their Wyandot Country, Ohio, farm.
Brad and Ann with their backyard beef on their Wyandot Country, Ohio, farm.
GENE LOGSDON
Raising your own beef for food on the homestead.
Raising your own beef for food on the homestead.
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Raising grassfed beef for the homestead.
Raising grassfed beef for the homestead.
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How to raise grass-fed beef.
How to raise grass-fed beef.
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Brad Billock raises two head of cattle each year, one for his family and one for friends, which enables him to earn enough money to cover the costs of raising and processing.
Brad Billock raises two head of cattle each year, one for his family and one for friends, which enables him to earn enough money to cover the costs of raising and processing.
GENE LOGSDON

















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