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Clean, safe to eat chicken

Blog: Callister Farm   -   Wednesday July 11, 2012   -   By Lori

Good morning from the farm, Want to be sure that you are eating good, clean chicken? Make sure the chicken you buy is CALLISTER FARM chicken. Our chickens are raised in clean, dry, humane conditions. We NEVER give them antibiotics or growth stimulants. It's...

Clean, safe to eat chicken

Blog: Callister Farm   -   Wednesday July 11, 2012   -   By Lori

Good morning from the farm, Want to be sure that you are eating good, clean chicken? Make sure the chicken you buy is CALLISTER FARM chicken. Our chickens are raised in clean, dry, humane conditions. We NEVER give them antibiotics or growth stimulants. It's...

Tamworth Pigs and Clabbered Milk

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Thursday November 11, 2010   -   By David

Almost gone and gettin' full 80% of our immune system resides in our gastrointestinal tract, which houses 100 trillion bacteria—about two to three pounds worth of bacteria! Expert natural health folks will tell you optimum levels of bacteria would 85%...

Is There Truth in all the Food Labels and Titles?

Blog: Auburnlea Farms   -   Friday March 26, 2010   -   By Rick and Becky

"Grass Fed", "Natural", "Pastured", "Antibiotic-Free"... What do all the terms  really  mean, and more importantly, what do they matter? In this world of gimmicks, marketing, and...

Upcoming Beef Pickup

Blog: Stokes Family Farm   -   Tuesday February 02, 2010   -   By Anthony

                                        Spring Beef is Available                         ...

Chicken Review

Blog: Kiss My Grass Farm   -   Saturday May 23, 2009   -   By Dot and Brian

One of our workshare CSA members bought our first Poulet Redbro broiler this year and took it right home for dinner here is her review:   "I just wanted to pass on a quick review of these chickens. I picked mine up on Thursday . We...

Kiss My Grass Farm Grass Kissed Chicken

Blog: Kiss My Grass Farm   -   Monday May 18, 2009   -   By Dot and Brian

They're here again - our pasture raised, hormone free all natural chicken!! This year we changed the type of broiler we raise to the Poulet Redbro. These new birds are more agressive foragers and have a more natural growth pattern than the Cornish Cross....


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