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Raising beef begins a herd of cows that give birth to calves once a year. When a calf is born, it typically weighs 60 to 100 pounds. Over the next few months, each calf will live off its mother’s milk and graze on grass pastures. Calves are weaned from their mother’s milk at 6 to 10 months of age when they weigh between 450 and 700 pounds. These calves continue to graze on grass pastures and may begin receiving a small amount of supplemental plant based feed for extra energy and protein to help them grow and thrive. After weaning, cattle graze on grass and supplemental feed including vitamins and minerals. One important thing remains constant – and that’s commitment to raising cattle in a safe, humane and environmentally sustainable way. Working together, each segment of the beef lifecycle aims to make the best use of vital natural resources like land, water and energy - not just for today, but also for the future. The result is a delicious and nutritious food you can feel good about serving your family and friends. For more informational visit www.beefitswhatsfordinner.com