Here’s a company founded in the principles of regenerative agriculture. Devoted land stewards, ranchers, and farmers from around the world are the folks behind Force of Nature regenerative meat agriculture, creating a positive return on the planet. Featuring ground wild-caught feral boar, pasture-raised grass-fed elk, and pastured grass-fed venison. Moreover, 100% grass-fed Ancestral Blend Ground Beef is available, too. Its a blend of grass-fed beef with organ meats: beef, beef liver and beef heart. Organ meat lovers, rejoice!
Force of Nature purpose:
“Join us in the regenerative revolution and vote for a system that has the power to reverse climate change, create wildlife habitat, build soil, and heal our bodies.”
Not Bored with Feral Boar
Conservation focused, Texas ground wild-caught boar 85/15 lean/fat ratio provides 24 grams of protein per 4-ounces. Antibiotics and added growth hormones have nothing to do with these free-ranging wild hogs. Needless to say, “ractopamine” is not a part of their diet. In fact, the heritage breed slow-growing pigs eat grasses, roots, bugs, and seeds they discover while rooting around at their leisure. Certified Humane, Non-GMO Project Verified, and Land to Market Verified. Feral swine is leaner in composition and more flavorful than farmed pork.
Clearly, this may be the most flavorful solution to environmental degradation in the state of Texas! Surprisingly, invasive free-ranging animals cause over $2.5 billion dollars in annual damage, yet they yield a harvest of flavorful wild-caught feral boar meat. With numbers at around 5 million, these feral pigs represent the last species of truly wild land animals harvested to feed a growing human population. Makes sense, huh! Sourced from local landowners, farmers and ranchers, who trap the pigs.
Wild Game and All That Elk
Happily, regenerative meat agriculture strikes again. This is wild meat worth ruminating about: ruminants! Through fertilization, soil aeration, and the stimulation of plants, large herds of grass-grazing elk were the original architects of North America’s most fertile lands. Grassland ecosystems were designed to be grazed responsibly and managed appropriately to produce food for real people.
Hunters – hunt no further. A four-ounce serving of grass-fed, ground elk provides 25 grams of lean protein. Paleo shoppers rejoice! Grass-fed ground elk is a great introduction to natural red meat produced without subtherapeutic antibiotics. At last, game meat that is grass-finished as well as grass-fed! Shop farm-raised grass-fed elk sourced from multiple family farms in New Zealand. Found in 1-lb packages 97% elk with the rest grass-fed beef.
Venison You Want, Deer?
Force of Nature makes enjoying nature’s diverse bounty more accessible for the modern consumer and its right in the pan! Prepare wild grass-fed venison meat as you would any other lean red meat protein and enjoy one of mother nature’s best-kept secrets. Grass-fed, grass-finished, pasture-raised.
No antibiotics or added growth hormones in this grass-fed venison meat. Get farm-raised venison sourced from multiple family farms in New Zealand or wild-caught in Texas hill country. Twenty-six grams of flavorful 90/10 lean/fat protein comes in each 4-oz serving. Shop 1-lb packages venison containing 3% grass-fed beef.
Regenerative Meat Agriculture
To clarify, all Force of Nature animals thrive in environments that encourage the expression of their natural behaviors. Consequently, they consume the diets they were biologically engineered and evolved to eat. Nature figured this one out a long time ago and it is our responsibility to allow these animals to behave like animals.
Choose regenerative meat agriculture methods for your family. Regenerate the planet, regenerate yourself!
Ground Beef Ancestral Blend
And don’t forget the Ground Beef Ancestral Blend of grass-fed beef with organ meats liver and heart. This rich blend will wake up each meal like never before.
AVAILABLE IN THE FROZEN DEPARTMENT IN-STORE