Highland Beef: Lower in Fat and Cholesterol

This ancient breed’s long hair coat replaces the thick layer of fat found on most other breeds. This means little outside waste on the meat. Analysis by an independent commercial testing laboratory in Colfax, Wisconsin, which has been in operation since 1952, confirms that highland beef is low in cholesterol and fat.

Grass Finished Beef
One of the Healthiest Foods on the Menu

When you add up the score card between grass-fed and grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef wins hands down. Greenfield Highland naturally raised beef has:

Less overall fat
More protein
Fewer calories
More omega-3 fatty acids
A healthier ratio of omega-6 to
omega-3 fatty acids
More CLA
More vitamin E
More beta-carotene

Humane and Sustainable
Earth-friendly and Ethical

NO feedlots
NO antibiotics
NO added hormones
NO chemicals or pesticides