Here’s the problem with all those cute, cuddly animals out there: sometimes they taste good. Not to worry, the livestock managers at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in the New York City suburbs may well have found a cure for the standard bout of carnivore’s remorse. At Stone Barns livestock are raised the way nature intended: free-range, without chemicals, and in harmony with surrounding ecosystems. In return, the animals fertilize crops and pastures, creating a diversified, productive and sustainable farm. Your entrée just became much more than just a piece of meat.