Solari Food Series – Bill Niman – The Godfather of Grass-Fed

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Solari Food Series – Bill Niman – The Godfather of Grass-Fed
Solari Food Series – Bill Niman – The Godfather of Grass-Fed

“We believe that the responsible treatment of animals and land stewardship are essential when striving to raise great-tasting, best-in-season grass-fed beef and free-range poultry.” ~ Bill Niman

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This week on The Solari Report, Harry Blazer interviews the legendary Bill Niman, owners and operator of Bill and Nicolette Niman’s Farm in Bolinas, California.

Bill was the founder of a number of companies involved in the production and processing of pasture-raised meat products, two of which continue to operate today – Niman Ranch and BN Ranch. Bill has set the standard for good husbandry practices and quality of finished product in the pasture-raised domain. The pork, beef and turkey products that continue to bear his name have become the preferred fare of some of the best chefs and connoisseurs in the United States. The proof is in the pudding – I have been eating Bill’s meats since 2005 and sending them as special gifts to friends and family.

Rarely does a leader enjoy such an impeccable reputation for knowledge, integrity and performance.

Harry and Bill cover the issues around producing high quality, pasture-raised meats from global geopolitics to how to ensure that you are sourcing the quality of food you need to be healthy. This is essential knowledge that you need to navigate your daily life coming from two of the top experts on food in the industry.

In Let’s Go to the Movies, check out Netflix’s new documentary Rotten the Documentary on quality issues in the food system.

Rotten | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Rotten | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

It’s the last week of the month so no Money & Markets. Post and e-mail your questions for Ask Catherine and I will address the following week.

Talk to you Thursday!

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