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Raising Beef: Myths and Realities

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Jen Giacalone

on 14 July 2014

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Transcript of Raising Beef: Myths and Realities

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Americans are increasingly interested in where their food comes from.

Beef included.
Americans are increasingly interested in how their food is raised and grown.
Hormones make beef unsafe for me and my family.
Myth:
Myth:
Ann Marie Bosshamer
amb@nebeef.org
Myth:
Raising beef is bad for the environment.
Myth:
Grass-finished beef is better for me than grain-finished beef.
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factsaboutbeef.com
FoodDialogues.com
Myth:
Antibiotics are routinely overused in cattle.
Due to this increasing interest, there is a lot of misinformation out there.
Including how cattle are raised for beef.
Raising Beef:
Ann Marie Bosshamer,
Executive Director,
Nebraska Beef Council

Myths and Realities
Protein
Zinc
Iron
Total Fat
People aren’t eating beef because it is too expensive.
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