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Regenerative agriculture is an approach to food and farming practices that, among other benefits, reverses climate change. Grazing cows on pasture and purchasing grass fed beef products directly supports this effort.

The loss of the world’s fertile soil and biodiversity poses a threat to our future survival as a human race. According to soil scientists, at current rates of soil destruction from conventional agricultural practices, within 50 years we will not only suffer serious damage to public health due to a deteriorating, less nutritious food supply, but we will literally no longer have enough arable topsoil to feed the global population. Without protecting and regenerating the soil on our four billion acres of cultivated farmland, 14 billion acres of pasture and rangeland, and 10 billion acres of forestland, it will be impossible to halt the loss of biodiversity, reduce the rate of global warming, and feed the world.

Regenerative agriculture improves our farmland by using technologies that regenerate and revitalize the soil and the environment. It leads to healthy soil, capable of producing high quality, nutrient-dense food, and to productive farms, as well as healthy communities and economies. When you purchase food grown or farmed using regenerative practices, you make an agricultural, social and political act that directly impacts people, ecosystems and economies around the world. Choosing to purchase grass fed deli directly supports this effort.

You are what you eat.

Source: Regeneration International

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Old World Naturals
supports regenerative agriculture by sourcing meats that are raised on a grass or foraged-based diet for the entire life of the animal.

Cow + Sun
+ Fresh Air
+ Rainwater

100% grass-fed beef (noun)
Beef coming from cows that graze only on fresh forage, that are raised without antibiotics or hormones, and that are never fed any form of corn, bakery by-product or grain. A diet based solely on forage promotes health for the animals and the earth, and produces more healthful food for humankind.

Raised Food

More companies are committing to sustainable business methods and creating new offerings in 100% grass fed and finished beef. With young farmers and food growers exploring old grazing methods in modern ways, the industry is scaling in quality and availability.


A new generation of farmers is leading the movement to produce nutrient-rich grasses for cattle to graze. There are almost 4,000 farms – large & small – finishing grass fed cattle in the U.S. today.

Grass fed beef represents only 1% of the beef commodity market. It can be challenging for food growers and producers to operate outside of the commodity system, because grass fed products are less subsidized and take more time and more land to produce. As a result, they are more expensive to produce.

Grass Is

Rot•at•tion•al graz•ing (noun)

The practice of grazing livestock between pastures. It is a land-management strategy used to maximize forage growth and encourage desirable and nutritious grasses and plants.

Grass Bouquet


Grass fed farming allows the land to replenish itself. A naturally enriched soil provides the nutrients needed to produce the healthiest food. The daily dance between animal and earth fosters this balance.


As cattle graze the tops of grasses, the roots increase in size and vitality. Healthy root systems prevent erosion and result in more fertile soils and renewed biodiversity.


Today’s farmers are raising free-range, natural, grass fed cattle for a reason. Grazing on pasture is a regenerative system that creates value and restores the land. Rotational grazing benefits the animal, the pastureland, and ultimately the beef we eat.

Food Provides
Energy For The People

Grass fed beef is lower in fat and a high source of protein. It contains heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid, as well as more essential antioxidant vitamins like vitamin E.
Low-stress farming practices lead to healthier and better tasting animals. Cows are designed to eat grasses, plants and shrubs, and therefore remain free of disease brought on by unnatural diets.
Grass fed farming keeps organic matter in the soil and out of our atmosphere. This carbon sequestration has the potential to make a significant positive impact on climate change. Decreased topsoil erosion means nutrients remain in the soil. Natural fertilization improves air quality and reduces water pollution.

The Byproduct of Food Should
Provide Energy For The World

Is Essential

What’s in my food?
Is it good for my body?

Old World
Guide To Grass

High-quality forage like alfalfa provides cows with protein, fiber and energy when they need it most. Alfalfa also contributes key vitamins and minerals for healthy growth.
High-fiber timothy grass is noted for enhancing the flavor of beef. Mixed with protein rich legumes, it helps to provide a perfect dietary balance.
Humble plantain is one of the most widespread wild herbs. It contains high levels of minerals (calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, cobalt) and trace elements (zinc, copper, selenium).
Leafy and long-stemmed, rye grass is highly nutritious and palatable forage that’s always in good supply.
With its dense network of roots, orchard grass improves soil by providing solid erosion control. Cows love the taste, too.
Dandelions are loaded with vitamin C and richer in vitamin A than carrots. They support animal health by stimulating cleansing liver activity.
A legume that enriches biodiversity above and below the soil, vetch complements other pasture grasses to increase yield and nutritional composition.
Farmers say sweet clover and trefoil taste like candy to cows. These legumes are high in protein and help enrich the soil with nitrogen.

Extra Lean
& Rich In Protein

100% grass fed cows grazed on healthy pasture produce delicious, tender and lean beef – with more vitamins and healthful benefits.

Lean Into

Health is wealth.