GRASS FED DEFINITION

The term ‘Grass Fed’ as stated by Grass Fed Association of South Africa: “Animal has from weaning up to its culling consumed its daily nutritional intake off grazing pastures (which includes natural and cultivated pastures). Pastures should be supplemented when nutrients are deficient, which supplementation may not contain any grain.

The Diet is derived solely from forage consisting of grass with the exception of milk consumed prior to weaning. Grass fed beef has excellent texture and flavour though can be less tender with eating quality more inconsistent (as pasture quality is affected by seasons and droughts).

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CLOETE AFRIKANER

We at Cloete Afrikaners want to build and establish a reputable brand, both through genetics and trough it’s meat.  We believe the strong and positive characteristics of the breed makes it ideal for the fast growing free range and grass fed market sector.  Therefore we aim to farm as close to nature as possible.

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GRAIN FED, GRASS FED OR FREE RANGE? WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

GRASS FED

The term ‘Grass Fed’ as stated by Grass Fed Association of South Africa.

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GRAIN FED

The term ‘Grain Fed’ as stated by South African Feedlot Association.

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FREE RANGE

The term ‘Free – Range’ as stated by Grass Fed Association of South Africa.

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