Bully's Beef & Other Meats Story
Who we are & what we produce
We are second generation farmers, owner operators in South Australia and we raise grass-fed, non growth promotant and anti-biotic free Angus Cattle, Dorper Lamb and mutton for human consumption.
Our cattle and lamb are free to roam on our property with minimal interference from humans, our property is bordered by onion growers and Ngarkat National Park.
What we Believe
Bully's Meats knows that Australian lamb & beef is highly nutritional proving protein, zinc and iron to consumers
Grass-fed meat provides great benefits in particular, the internal fats are rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6 oils – no less than one finds in the healthiest fish.
Why is it better for you and your customers?
Grass fed products are rich in all the fats now proven to be health –enhancing, but low in the fats that have been linked with disease, mainly heart disease.
Why is Omega 3 Fatty Acids Important for Your Health?
Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for normal growth and may play an important role in the prevention and treatment of:
Coronary Artery disease
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Other inflammatory and auto-immune disorders.
Real Meat is Grass Fed Meat and a Major Source of Omega 3 fats.
When we switch from grain fed to grass fed meat, and then we are simply returning to the diet of our ancestors, the diet most in harmony with our physiology. Every cell and system of our bodies will function better when we eat products from animal raised on grass.
Our Beef and lamb is raised naturally, without hormones and without having been fed antibiotic at any phase of their lives
Grass fed beef and lamb is naturally leaner than grain fed – as they are free to roam not enclosed to eat.
Omega 3s in beef that feed on grass is 7% of the total fat content, compared to 1% in grain only fed beef.
Beef & Lamb in its natural grass fed state, is a health food of the highest order
Grass fed meat is loaded with other natural minerals and vitamins, plus it’s a greater source of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic acid) a fat that reduces the risk of cancer, obesity, diabetes and a number of immune diseases.