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The Revier Cattle Company was featured in an article by the Star Tribune titled, “How Minnesota’s biggest beef producer is weathering the coronavirus: State’s largest cattle farm adjusts to pandemic, bypassing the commodity market”
Excerpt from the article:
“Revier and Hillen stress the consistency of their meat. Cows get different diets in different parts of the country, so the meat at the grocery store can taste different on different days.
Revier cows always eat the same diet — ground corn and corn bran and distiller’s grains in all different shades of brown and yellow.”
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