A.D. Rosenblatt Glatt Kosher Beef, a.k.a. Texas Kosher Beef is slowly making inroads in the kosher market.
And that is a good thing:
Rosenblatt said he prefers to work with grass-fed beef, because it tends to have a higher kosher yield, more like 60 percent versus the 20 percent or so from feedlot cattle.
Somehow Rubashkin ends up with a much higher kosher yield, even though his beef is primarily feedlot-raised.
Now how could that be?
Perhaps Rabbi Yudel Shain is right after all.