All of the Usana cattle are pasture-reared; their diet consists solely of grass and no grains. We work on a rotational grazing system where the cattle are moved twice a day to make sure that they are constantly on fresh grazing; in this way we make sure that they do not over graze a certain area and always have enough grass to eat.

The grazing patterns are based on the way the Wildebeest feed in the Serengeti; following a yearly cycle and only crossing an area once a year. This allows the ground and vegetation enough time to recover and be fresh and healthy by the time the Wildebeest return the following year. Our cattle are rotated on a monthly cycle to ensure that there is great regrowth and high-quality grass for the cattle to feed on.

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