We’ve got balls at White Oak Pastures

Posted by Angela Huffman on Aug 4, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Castration of male animals is a common practice in the livestock industry. Said to reduce aggression, the practice likely came about with the confinement of cattle in crowded conditions where the animals aren’t free to roam and express natural instinctive behaviors. As Will Harris says, you just can’t keep a bunch of bulls in confinement; it’s like the worst prison movie you’ve ever seen.

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Topics: Animal Welfare, Kitchen, Nose-To-Tail, Castration, Cowboy caviar, Rocky Mountain oysters




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