In my opinion, promoting the consumption of grass/forage based animals (vs grain fed) based on "improved o3-06 ratios" is a weak argument at best.
As discussed in a previous Mark's Daily Apple Post (The Difference Between Grass-fed and Grain-fed Beef) grain fed animals don't necessarily have so much more 06 than their grass fed counterparts, they just lack 03. This can be remedied by taking a few fish oil capsules.
As you said in your original post, consumption of large quantities of nuts/seeds would contribute a much more significant quantity of 06 to ones diet, and if this is a concern, limiting their consumption would be much more effective than swapping grain-fed for grass-fed meat.
I do think that from an animal welfare perspective, from a holistic nutrition perspective, and an economic/ecological sustainability standpoint, grass-based animal husbandry is superior to intensive feedlot systems.