Unpaid, Volunteer Devil's Advocate
I would love to hear the taste results from you and your customers. Kroger found it to be a novelty but no repeat purchases. Most pasture I've seen are far too sparse to insure rapid growth and many cattle raising regions require lots of hay. Buying or producing very high quality hay is costly.Ted, I have heard that about Kansas with the wide open prairies, and long grasses-open fields! It sounds endless and maybe the growing season is better or longer than here? Not sure, but interesting comments on the leaness and longer cooking times required. We just got back our first from the butcher and believe what we have is some very lean beef, based on its appearance! I am hoping that is what customers desire, but if lean isn’t what the customer wants-then perhaps we need to make some changes-assuming this is representative of what we might get from them...
Buffalo burger has been available for decades, but I've only seen it sold as ground up. Must be a reason Bison roasts are ground up and sold a buffalo burger.