I found this:http://www.findownersearch.com/owner...l-2535106.html
which led me to http://www.foodcomm.com/products/aussiePrem.shtml
(I wonder if Aussie Premium and Nature's Reserve are the same?)
"Aussie Premium® beef is a product of its environment. Australia's vast pastures, clean rainfall, abundant sunshine and free range conditions produce the world's finest all-natural beef.
Aussie Premium® beef, predominately Angus and Hereford breeds, is selected for its superior meat quality and high yields. The cattle graze freely, feeding on alfalfa and rye. These high protein grasses are converted to soft textured muscle rather than fat.
Aussie Premium® beef is processed under HACCP guidelines that are regularly audited and approved by the USDA.
Aussie Premium® ...Beef ...the way it used to be"
I'm a little skeptical about this. It says a lot, but doesn't really say anything. Yes, Australia rainfall, sunshine and pastures, but it doesn't say our cows are free roaming.
They eat a diet of alfalfa and rye and it doesn't really tell me if they get it in a feedbag or not. Are they eating anything else besides alfalfa and rye? I don't know.
I buy meat from here: http://www.paidom.com/
they explain their practices fully.
I would send these foodcomm folks an email asking them specific questions about medications, growth hormones access to outdoors, percentage of time spent on pasture, and grain supplementation. And come back and share, I get annoyed at my inner skeptic sometimes!
I couldn't find where they sell this in Australia, the company is from California.