we’re part of
a shared system

how we feed ourselves now determines system stability

investing in the health, husbandry
and living environments of food animals

has sustained benefits to our wellbeing, to our cohabitants, and to the stability of a shrinking planet:

Prevention and Awareness:

Human Health

Our conventional approach to meat production isn’t sustainable. By not accounting for the true costs of the shortcuts in food production on OUR HEALTH (or of that of the PLANET) – we lack an accurate picture to the extent of our unintended consequences impacting ourselves. Our best chance to improve our health care system may come from business growth in the regenerative economy developing in differentiated meat.


is a systems approach to preventative human health care.

current CAFO meat production practices

Science is proving the results of persistently consuming conventional meat is leading to a host of “modern health plagues“ being borne out by the domestic meat consumers over the last few decades.

a pragmatic investment in yourself

Eating differentiated meat from animals raised with an elevated production standards alleviates many risks of “cheap meat” on our families.

clean foods and responsible animal stewardship

Are in concert with the interests of healthy eating demographics, and engaged consumers.

Prevention and Awareness:

Public Health

Food animals are a pragmatic investment in our food system, preventative care and climate stability. But, the collective benefits gained by general Public Health, domestically and around the globe, for committing to these elevated production standards is unparalleled.


reduce outbreaks, and retain political, social & planetary stability

AMR resistance

By 2050, Antimicrobial resistance is predicted to cause more deaths than cancer, and have a $100 trillion impact on global economies.


Is the leading cause of new infectious diseases throughout the world. Scale, Additional shortcuts utilized in raising animals, and further sterilization of beneficial microbes throughout the nutrient cycling from planet, plant, animal and human – are exponentially intensifying public health concerns.

68 billion Food Animals feeding 7 billion

Our approach to producing conventional meat is causing resource concerns and stewing Public Health issues on a shrinking planet.

Regenerative Agriculture

Environmental Impact


on climate and ecological resilience with commitment to food animal wellness

Raising animals in natural living conditions is more efficient, and less costly to financial and natural resources.

Carbon sequestration is a normal process of growing natural forage as food for healthy local herbivores.

less inputs / less fossil fuels / less synthetics.

Employing pastured animals as interpreters to engage soil helps grow nutritious forage and food; it cleans water, maintains purchase and resilience of vegetation; it insures ground structure, and offers immediate returns capitalized on through the sale of differentiated meat.

Conduit of Change:

Animal Welfare

Treating Food Animals responsibly immediately benefits the heath of the consumer, and eventually the stability of the Planet.


is a systems approach to preventative human health care.

Responsible large animal agriculture turns a detrimental food segment into a net positive One health investment.

Often regional, smaller and increasingly tech savvy farms become the shepherd of this new model to introduce stability into human and environment health.

There are increasing consumer concerns with food animal welfare practices, use of non-therapeutic antibiotics, GMO feeds, and general health in conventional animal agriculture which has been known to damage to the environment, mistreat agricultural workers.