Brad Goes Ranching in Texas | It's Alive: Goin' Places | Bon Appétit

  • Published on:  Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Join Brad Leone on Roam Ranch in Central Texas for the inaugural episode of It's Alive: Goin' Places! Brad learns all about regenerative land management, bison and (surprisingly delicious) alfalfa pellets.

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  • Bon Appétit

    Bon Appétit

     10 months ago +148

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     22 hours ago

    ive never seen a baby bison until now and omg

  • David Harris

    David Harris

     5 days ago

    Definitely one of my favorite episodes yet (so many great episodes)

  • League of Moments

    League of Moments

     6 days ago

    potassium in latin is Kallium so (K)

  • *Beansie*


     7 days ago

    Can't believe no one used the word Permaculture. That's what this farm is doing. Employing the practices of Permaculture. Joel Salatin, Geoff Lawton and many more are Masters of the practice. I just find it unfortunate that it's something that we all need to be doing but the word wasn't used to make it easy for any interested viewers to have somewhere to start on their research. Hopefully me sharing the term helps.

  • L G

    L G

     7 days ago

    1:33 that is the EXACT facial expression I would make

  • Max Goldfaden OG

    Max Goldfaden OG

     7 days ago

    Brad: Works in a literal kitchen where he cooks gourmet
    Also Brad: Thinks that bicen food is the best thing in the world

  • Bryan Suarez

    Bryan Suarez

     7 days ago

    Brads logics
    Oh a two year old eats this
    Aight ima try one

  • Lumorniel Sycamore

    Lumorniel Sycamore

     7 days ago

    This video is so important. It needs way more views and way more attention.

  • malenotyalc


     7 days ago

    FYI most antibiotics given to animals in the farming industry is not to prevent infections, but it triggers increased growth spurts, which means more meat, or being able to hit harvest sizes sooner. Google it if you are interested to know more.

  • Laurel Kline

    Laurel Kline

     14 days ago +1

    Brad always seems like he is on the verge of laughing or crying.

  • studybeats


     14 days ago

    Although they make the case for why it’s good for the world it is still progressively turning me off of meat, been thinking of going veg for a while

  • Andrew Sherwood

    Andrew Sherwood

     14 days ago

    Like many other people, I started watching BA for the Brad and Claire memes, but shoutout to the fact that these videos are actually super informative and interesting, and they also have really great production value

  • Grammar Police

    Grammar Police

     14 days ago

    Millennialist propaganda.

  • Donny K

    Donny K

     14 days ago

    Saw this on a slot Machine.

  • notjustplainJane


     14 days ago

    This is such an important video

  • jigaboo juggler

    jigaboo juggler

     14 days ago


  • william moreschini

    william moreschini

     21 days ago

    I would not inhale any of those cobalt minerals if I was brad lol

  • Olivia Bodily

    Olivia Bodily

     21 days ago

    This is kinda like dirty jobs but I’d adds another layer of making sure everything they show is benefiting the environment as well

  • D in Colorado

    D in Colorado

     21 days ago

    Our stomachs are the second brain. Next to the brain, the stomach has the second most nerves going in and out of it.