We got an email from a customer recently, asking about soy in food. Here was Pete’s reply: “Nearly all feeds contain some amount of soy. We have some growers who may not include any soy in their feed, but I will have to verify. I could check with one of our chicken growers as he pasture-raises his birds, but I think he may supplement at some point with commercial feed. Much bison (our included) is finished on a ration which includes a small amount of soy, so ours is out of the question. We purchase a couple whole grass-fed beef each year: this would be an option. It is possible that our Heritage Turkeys have not received soy, but I will have to check. And almost ALL lamb has been at very least supplemented with commercial feed. For clarity, by commercial, I mean ‘produced by others–not the farmer’ these almost always have some percentage of soy in them.” Learn something new every day!