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BNF Turkey Patties, 10-lb case

BNF Turkey Patties, 10-lb case

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<p>Bill Niman is back in ranching as "Bill Niman Farm". We're thrilled to provide you with the best tasting, most environmentally sustainable meat in the world through Mr. Niman (the "grand-father&nbsp;of sustainable meat" and a true visionary!) All of his animals are raised in harmony with the seasons, and always following the highest standards for humane animal treatment and land stewardship. "Never ever" policy for antibiotics or hormones | GMO-free | Grain-free | 100% Raised&nbsp;on Open Pasture using Regenerative, Carbon-sequestering Land/soil Management Protocols that is healing the land and saving the planet. Cattle graze on these pastures from birth to market - 100% grass-fed/grass-finished. Animals raised to full maturity, the flavor and nutritional profile is outstanding. USDA processed in a Temple Grandin style low-stress processing facility with the highest standards for quality and safety.</p> <p>Bill Niman started farming in 1971 on 11 acres in Bolinas, California. Soon Niman-raised meats were on the menus of some of the Bay Area&rsquo;s most venerated restau<span class="text_exposed_show">rants. Bill Niman continues to pioneer the return of traditional, full-flavored meats to the American table, offering the best tasting turkeys, grass-fed/finished lamb and grass-fed/finished beef available anywhere.</span></p> <p><span class="text_exposed_show">Delicious grass raised meats are an invaluable part of a healthy diet. Raising animals on grass creates food that is more nutrient dense and contains healthier fats. We agree with nutrition experts who advocate enjoying moderate portions of only the highest quality meats that are raised as nature intended.</span></p> <p><span class="text_exposed_show">An acknowledged visionary in sustainable foods, Bill Niman has an uncompromising commitment to raise livestock humanely and naturally. His team of professionals share these values and oversee every stage of farming, transport and slaughter to ensure respectful and careful handling of each animal. You can feel good about the origins of everything you eat from Bill Niman Farm (and BN Ranch).</span></p> <p><span class="text_exposed_show">These have been carefully portioned and packed in a USDA facility into 2.5-lbs. packages, ready for the whole family to enjoy.&nbsp;</span></p>

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The True Cost of Food: Q&A with Bill Niman - Slaughter, Surveillance and Swimming Upstream (19:24)
Bill Niman is a well-known figure in the ranching world, having spent more than 40 years raising livestock in humane and sustainable ways. Along with his wife Nicolette Hahn Niman, he has consistently spoken out about a number of controversial issues related to livestock production, including the misuse of antibiotics, animal welfare and the climate benefits of pasture-based production. His current enterprise is Bill Niman Farm in Marin County, California. Near the ocean, the ranch is where Niman raises grass-fed, antibiotic- and hormone-free beef, as well as heritage turkeys. He promotes the ranch as a sustainable business model. In 2006 and 2007, he served on the Pew Commission, which investigated the externalization of costs in the industrial agriculture industry. 1:18 - Q: What are your ideas about the externalized costs of industrial agriculture? 2:54 - Q: Can you quantify the externalization of costs when it comes to how the animals are treated? 4:45 - Q: Do you feel like those farmers want to do something better by their animals? 6:09 - Q: In terms of labor, how does a regenerative operation compare to the industrial model? 7:10 - Q: Do you feel like you're swimming upstream promoting regenerative agriculture? 7:26 - Q: You’ve mentioned that consumer education is important if we’re going to reform agriculture. What do consumers need to learn? 8:19 - Q: You’ve mentioned a critical control point being the slaughterhouses. Can you say more about that? 11:42 - Q: You’ve expressed some interesting ideas about surveillance in processing centers. 12:28 Q: Would farmers want cameras on their farms? 13:30 - Q: What does “regenerative ag” mean to you? 17:06 - Q: You’ve talked about the proven farm technology of the 1950s. Do you want to return to that? 18:00 - Q: If there were one policy shift you could make happen, what would it be?
  • The True Cost of Food: Q&A with Bill Niman - Slaughter, Surveillance and Swimming Upstream
    Bill Niman is a well-known figure in the ranching world, havin...

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