Our primary concern is giving our animals the best care available on our farm and adhering to our principles. We have chosen to breed Devon/Angus cattle, because they not only thrive on a grass-fed program, but their meat is more marbled and flavorful than other breeds. What cows can eat on feedlots is alarming—it can include anything from grains to candy. This, in turn, leads to sick cows and a buildup of E. coli in their systems, which results in the rampant use of antibiotics. A diet that consists of a variety of grasses, however, is consistent with what cows are meant to ingest, and, Benjack says, yields heart-healthier meat.