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DEEP SOUTH GRAZIERS At Deep South Graziers we are working to conserve Heritage Breed Cattle. Three of the four breeds we raise are listed as critical by the American Livestock Breed Conservancy (Florida Cracker, Pineywood, and Milking Devon) and the fourth(Scottish Highland) is recovering. Many traditional livestock breeds have lost popularity and are threatened with extinction, because modern food production now favors the use of a few highly specialized breeds selected for maximum output in a controlled environment (feedlot). Much like man-made inventions, cattle have been upgraded, modernized, super-sized, and redesigned to improve the product. With an automobile, we can simply file a blueprint in a safe place. But with cattle, our original blueprint has almost become extinct due to crossbreeding, and if a catastrophic event occurred, we would need to rebuild our cattle industry. Heritage cattle are the seed stock and a valuable resource for the protection of America's and the world's food supply. These traditional breeds are an essential part of the American agricultural inheritance. Not only do they evoke our past, they are also an important resource for our future(ALBC). "EAT IT TO SAVE IT" While it may seem counterintuitive to eat a rare breed to save it, it's one of the critical components of rescuing these breeds. Without a market for these animals, farmers have no incentive to raise them(ALBC). Purchasing beef from our breeds makes the consumer part of our preservation efforts and giving these breeds hope for survival in the future. FREE RANGE HERITAGE CATTLE/BEEF PRODUCTS HERITAGE PRIME GROUND BEEF All of the prime cuts that would normally go to Prime Rib, T-bone Steaks, etc. are evenly mixed in with Chuck, the Serloin, and the Round. Processing is done at a USDA inspected processing plant in Ga, $6.99 per pound GEORGIA GROWN, GEORGIA RAISED, GEORGIA PROCESSED Buy and promote Georgia Locally Grown Products DEEPSOUTHGRAZIERS.COM Deep South Graziers is a member of: The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy Georia Grown Local Harvest

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