IN the March 2012 edition of Maine. magazine's Food Issue, you'll find a wonderful blip about us in "Locally Sourced Meat", by Joe Ricchio on page 77. It reads:
Rotational grazing-strategically moving livestock to fresh areas of pasture to allow heavily munched plots to regenerate-not only is good for the land but makes for much happier and more productive cows. Feeding these animals an all-grass diets imparts an intense flavour to the beef, which is also higher in nutrients and leaner than corn fed meat. This philosophy has put the meat from Sebago Lake Ranch in high demand, and you would do well to seek out a few steaks for yourself. Any questions about why it tastes so good can be answered on their website by Gidget, a talking cow who claims,"There is no comparison! Why on earth would I want to grow up on a feed lot or have my calves grow up anywhere but a sunny pasture?" Why, indeed.