If you're in Texas (or NewMexico and Colorado), I would recommend his meat to you. Several stores throughout the state carry Paidom products and if you check out his website, he even delivers to individual customers every couple of months. However, I'm not trying to sell you Alan's meat ... If you are elsewhere or if you know another supplier of grass-fed beef that you trust ... by all means make your meat purchases there!
I would urge you, however, to consider making the switch to grass-fed beef. The first topic that always comes up whenever I have this conversation with anyone is that it is so expensive. It is true, you will pay more for grass-fed or pasture-fed beef. There is no doubt about that. The cost difference would be much less, however, if grain fed beef were not so highly subsidized by the government. In addition, when considering which is the cheaper alternative, one must consider the hidden costs to grain fed beef in terms of future medical expenses from the increased levels of "bad" fat that are in grain fed beef, the susceptibility to bacteria because of the way the cattle are kept and processed, and the deleterious effects that the hormones that are injected into the cattle can have for humans.
When doing a cost analysis of grass-fed vs. grain-fed beef, I like to use the following analogy: a salad costs more than a candy bar, but no one would choose to consistently eat candy bars for a main meal. Yes, grass fed beef costs more ... and it will continue to cost more so long as the government maintains its program of GMO corn subsidies that can cheaply be fed to cows in CAFOs (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations).
In the end, as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. The question when it comes to your beef is if you would rather pay for this: