...at least that's what the guy selling his 'Grass & Grain' fed angus said at the farmers market. He said the grass on the east coast is too 'moist' and goes right through the cattle. "That's why the buffalo weren't roaming over here. The west coast grass is drier and produces better beef." His angus is 'marbleized' because he supplements their diet with grain, whereas the pure grass fed stuff over here is stringy and tough. What do you guys think? Any truth to this or just a merchant trying to push product?