Beef (Wagyu-Angus) Meaty Neck Soup Bones
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Similar to our beef soup bones, our Beef (Wagyu-Angus) Meaty Neck Bones are excellent additions to a stock or stew recipe. However, the meaty bones contain more meat. It may not be enough for a meal, but it can infuse the stock with the rich flavor of the meat.
Bone broth has been gaining popularity in recent years. And for a good reason. Pasture-raised bone broth is rich in collagen protein and essential amino acids, vitamins & minerals.
These bones are rich in collagen around the joints, which will help you make a "wiggly" broth that is rich in collagen protein.
Save money on the expensive or artificial store-bought. Make your own tasty bone broth of the highest quality easily in your own home.
The benefits of bone broth are extensive:
- Boosts immune system & healing
- Aids digestion
- Protects joints
- Supports strong skin, hair, & nails
- Reduces food allergies & intolerances
- Improves gut health
- Increases metabolism & promotes anabolism
100% grass-fed and finished beef raised as nature intended on our partner farm: MSU Extension Research Center; a Savory Institute Holistic Learning Hub.
Wagyu is a Japanese cattle breed whose genetic lineage goes back thousands of years, while the importation of Wagyu into the US only recently began. Wagyu beef is famous for its copious marbling, leading to unparalleled buttery tenderness. The fat marbling in Wagyu beef has the highest percentage of any mono-unsaturated fat out of any protein that you can find in the US.
No corn, no soy, no grains, no GMOs, no antibiotics, no added hormones.
Please note that MSU DOES vaccinate their cattle, so we recommend not purchasing the Wagyu-Angus Beef if you wish to avoid vaccinations.
By supporting Apsey Farms and our fellowship of regenerative farms, you’re supporting regenerative agriculture. All of our products are grown or raised using regenerative agriculture practices to improve soil health and sequester carbon. Together, we can combat climate change and produce healthier, better food. Next time you cut into some beef, taste the Apsey Farms difference!