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Grass fed & finished, Knuckle Bones for Broth
Grass fed & finished, Knuckle Bones for Broth
Grass-fed and finished beef knuckle bones. Each package contains between 1 and 3 bones.




 
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No Hormones, No Antibotics, No Grain, Ranch Direct - Our grass fed Beef Knuckle bones are priced per pound. A package may weigh between 1 and 2 lbs and the price is $10 per pound.

---- Please Note: Bags are not vacuumed sealed, they are sealed but rarely keep the vacuum-----

These are great for making bone broth - and there is no finer choice than our grass-fed & finished beef bones for the task.

Enjoy!

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November 4, 2018
Reviewer: Hadley from Pala, CA United States  


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July 16, 2018
Reviewer: Dulce from Corona Del Mar, CA Untied States  


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July 9, 2018
Reviewer: Daphne from Ashland, OR Untied States  


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Collegen September 14, 2016
Reviewer: Andy Burgon from Beaverton, OR Untied States  
Good for arthritis

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Thick Broth January 13, 2016
Reviewer: Annie from Salem, OR Untied States  
The knuckle bones have the most padding tissue for the thick broth that is used for our us. This helps with the pain.

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