Try a leaner choice in beef! Longhorn!

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Have you ever tried longhorn meat?  When I first heard of eating longhorn meat I was a bit surprised….but then I read up on it.  Did you know that it is leaner than other breeds?  It is also lower in saturated fat and has less cholesterol and fewer calories than chicken.*
 
Our family has tried Longhorn ground beef in various dishes…hamburgers, spaghetti, and more.  It's good and we feel better knowing it's better FOR us!  Captain Fussybuckets is a bit of a meat snob and even he eats it!
 
So, do you want to try some Longhorn meat?  If you live in the DFW, TX area, I have the perfect suggestion for you!  Oliver Longhorns is a family run business that raises pasture fed longhorns without growth hormones, steroids, or implants.  All of the meat is packaged at a USDA facility.  You can purchase ground beef at $4.25 a pound or you can purchase a 1/4, 1/2, or whole cow at less than $3.50 a pound!
 
Oliver Longhorns is located in Waxahachie, Texas, which is located right off of I-35E, just south of DFW!  If you have further questions,send them an email at leanbeef@oliverlonghorns.com or call 972-268-0031!  Also, visit their website:  oliverlonghorns.com!
 
*http://www.tlbaa.org/longhornbeef.html
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Gena is the mom of three boys, ages 5, 3, and brand new! She is the wife of a great man, a Christian, blogger, and former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom. They live in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas area.

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  1. Interesting! In my neck of the woods in PA or in CT with MIL, Scottish Highland beef predominates.

  2. Never knew that, but I have been down to Waxahachie for the renn fest so I know right where that is. Thanks for sharing, see you in the BYB forums!

  3. I never knew that either!

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