Pasture Raised Updated on: August 4th, 2019

Pasture-raised animals are animals raised for some portion of their lives on open pasture or access to a pasture as opposed to being continuously confined indoors. Pasture-raised animals may still be fed grain, usually in the winter time.

why we feed

Since they are allowed to experience natural behavior, pasture-raised animals can be a better option than animals restricted to feedlots

how to feed

Since the term pasture-raised and grass-fed are not regulated, it is best to ask the supplier or source about the details of the animal's diet before slaughter

Additional info

Pasture Raised is not regulated by the USDA. But in order for pasture-raised eggs to also be labeled certified humane, it means that they were given space to roam outdoors - around 108 square feet