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Think savory jerky meets a soft fruit leather. Omnibar is one-third grass fed beef, and two-thirds (sweet potatoes, organic oats, flax seed, almond butter, and plums.) Real food and science-driven performance in one covenient package.

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What's the Difference Between Grass Fed and Grain Fed Beef?

August 27, 2015

What’s the Difference Between Grass Fed and Grain Fed Beef? Headlines promote grass-fed,  packaging displays it proudly, and folks everywhere say it’s great. But when it comes right down to it, what is the biggest difference between grass fed cattle and grain fed cattle? “I thought all cows eat grass?!” The trend is moving up-and-to-the-right. The graph below comes from trends.google.com and shows interest in the search term "grass fed" increasing and forecasted to continue growing.  Let's get the terminology down. The USDA describes the definition of “grass-fed” to mean the animal has exclusively eaten grass and forage (post weaning) and maintains continuous access to pasture during the growing season. Conventional beef cattle consume diets including grains and corn. According...

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North Fork of the Flathead River - Trip Report

August 18, 2015

Over the weekend my brother, sister and I floated down the North Fork of the Flathead River along Glacier National Park. We caught some fish and had some fun. I mostly want to share the photos from the weekend along with a couple words. I hope you enjoy.  I haven’t blogged in a while but thought I should share some photos from this past weekend of the float my brother , sister and I did. John and Elizabeth both flew into Montana for the weekend and we planned to float and fish the North Fork of the Flathead River. For those who don’t know, this stretch of river runs along the western edge of Glacier National Park. We drove up...

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