Citing a New York Times article, New Rules Set for Meat Sold as Grass Fed, the blog has garnered a number of interesting comments.

The original NYT article states:

The Department of Agriculture has announced standards that would for the first time allow meat to be labeled as grass fed only if it came from animals that ate nothing but grass after being weaned.

Sounds good, and as it should be, but the reality of what these standards might actually achieve is noted in various comments at’s At Last, New Rules Set for Grass-Fed Meat.

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