September 4, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Principle 3 (of five) of healthy soil. -Build Diversity The third Principle is to promote diversity in as many ways as you can. When you look out into nature, you don’t see mono-cultures (only one species planted) for acres and acres as we do in today’s modern Ag system. Diversity helps all the plants, animals, and insects thrive making the circle of life easier to complete (cue the Lion King theme song).
August 9, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
In the last Blog Post, I started a series about regenerative agriculture and what it is as I explained Soil Health Principle 1, Limit Disturbance. If you have not read it yet you may find it within the blog posts.
July 25, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Why is pasture-raised food better and why regenerative ag? You may already know the different benefits of pasture raising and all the benefits of regenerative ag, but just in case you didn’t or need help explaining to a friend or family member I want to unwrap it a little bit in this blog post for you today. I’ll unpack this into several parts (or blog posts) so that it isn’t too long. We believe it’s the love and care we give to both our land and our animals. Good soil, rich grass, and happy grazing critters play not only a huge part in forming the flavors and nutrients in your food, but also heal the planet and make a huge impact on our ecosystem in a powerful way. Let’s talk quickly about good soil (i.e. regenerative agriculture).
May 8, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Since this style of acquiring your meat is new, I wanted to tell you the ins and outs of how a pickup location works. Please refer to this post if you have burning questions :) Also, note that I may be adding more pickup dates to your location or changing the physical address that we meet at based on your recommendations. Thanks for being so Awesome!

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