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Three Popular Appetizers for the Holidays

The holidays are a time for family, fun, and stress. If you don’t believe that the last part of that list should be there, then you have yet to host a holiday dinner. With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we have called all hands on deck and asked our team to help you come up with appetizers that are sure to be a crowd favorite.  As meat lovers, it’s not surprising that each one we gathered is going to provide you with your daily dose of meat. The good news is, we provide all of these meats! Our non-GMO meats are available for shipping so that we can help reduce your stress levels even more. Keep reading to learn more about which...

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Tips for Storing and Preserving Meat

Choosing to purchase high-quality meat is a choice that your taste buds will thank you for, but it’s also something that your body will appreciate. Keller Crafted Meats has worked hard to find the family-owned farms that will provide you with quality, non-GMO meat options. Our online services make it easy to provide your family with the very best, but if you’re purchasing meat in bulk then the chances of you having to freeze it so that it doesn’t go to waste are high. Meats Freeze Differently While freezing foods isn’t uncommon, it can be done incorrectly and leave your foods freezer burned and less than ideal for cooking conditions. We’re going to touch on a few of the things...

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Common Ranching Myths, Pt. 2

Last time, we here at Keller Crafted Meats reviewed some common ranching myths. We covered some surprising misconceptions about the ranching field, and we thought we’d continue our work in a second part. Because the ranching industry has been around for so long, it’s become the focus of many myths, some bad, some simply misinformed. To help our customers better understand our practices and purpose, we’ll clear the air on a few more common ranching myths. Myth #1: Ranchers Are Uneducated This myth has persisted largely due to misconceptions about the agricultural field as a whole. As fewer and fewer people work in agriculture, they form a perception that farming and ranching is simply hard labor carried out by those...

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Common Ranching Myths

As providers of responsibly raised and processed non-GMO meats, we here at Keller Crafted Meats are proud of our partnerships with ethical ranches around the country. But because we work with so many ranching outfits, we often here a variety of myths about the ranching industry. In today’s blog, we’ll break down some of these myths and separate fact from fiction. Myth #1: Ranchers Don’t Care About The Environment Ranchers rely heavily on the environment to ensure the success of their herds and their livelihoods. Ranchers are intimately aware of the resources they’re using, and how they’re using them when they raise cattle. Failing to care for the environment only leads to financial ruin for them, so ranchers are compelled...

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The Hard Winter

When we mention that Keller Crafted Meats only works with humane ranchers, listeners often fixate on the idea of ranchers. They conjure up images of the Wild West, the open range, and teams of cowboys driving massive herds of cattle across the plains. But the ranching of today is dramatically different from that mythic vision. One event, in particular, was the catalyst for this change of practices. Keller Crafted Meats will explore the Hard Winter of 1886-87 and how it influenced how we raise cattle today. Open Range After the American Civil War, settlers from around the world poured into the West in the hope of making a living for themselves in the immense landscape. Along rail lines, towns sprung...

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