Time Magazine has a great article in their January 11th, 2006 edition on “The Grass-Fed Revolution”. And just last week, they posted another article about how grass-fed beef is good for the environment. The articles cover both the health and environmental benefits of grass-fed beef, which are two of the most important reasons that we [...]
On Thanksgiving morning I went out and spent a little time at the farm. The Red Wattle cross piglets are on a grass/weed/dirt lot that has one pecan tree in it and they are eating grain, pumpkins, and gourds but they love to be let out into the grass yard where there is more pecans [...]
Just wanted to give a quick update – lately we’ve been focused on marketing this fall’s farm wares, but we have also been busy on some farm improvements. One that I’ve been working on into the evening for several nights over the past week is winter grazing. This year will mark the first year that [...]
First, Ivy is 100% grass fed. Her milk has benefits similar to meat that is grass fed. The milk fat is healthy. Ivy is not fed “preventative” or sub therapeutic antibiotics.
Two years ago I couldn’t imagine saying the kinds of things that I say all the time now. Things like “The forage was trampled SOO well today.”, “Honey you should see the way the clover is coming back”, “I think (so and so) is in heat”, “(So and so) is bagging up”, and “Moving the [...]