I'd get some if it's a decent price. I love beef and bison, so I can't see not liking beefalo. I wouldn't pay more for it though.<br><br>
The genetic mixing doesn't bother me at all - many many species cross breed in nature. I am assuming they are bred the same way cattle are and that there's no gene splicing happening.
I like the idea of it, and was getting it some (we are probably talking about the same place <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> ) But every time I have gotten it, dd has gotten a terrible rash. So we are avoiding it forever. As a matter of fact we ate some last night and eve has a horrible rash today. But if we aren't talking about the same local beefalo farm, then it may be fine. I have found that if we eat greens with beef, it lessens the bad effects of the meat.<br><br>
Not that you are asking for other beef, but just if you wanted more sources, I like the angus beef from the stand on the corner of north w***t. Eve did great with that and it is all grass fed.<br><br>
As you can see my indicator for good meat is my dd's bum. Lovely huh.