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Why honey is the only food that doesn't go bad.

Blog: Winter Park Honey   -   Wednesday April 23, 2014   -   By Scott

Honey is magic. Besides its delicious taste, it’s pretty much the only food that does not spoil while in an edible state. But why, exactly, doesn’t honey go bad? Honey has a lot of pretty incredible properties. It’s been used and investigated for ...

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What you need to know about GMO

Blog: Miolea Organic Farm   -   Wednesday October 17, 2012   -   By Brian

To show you how important GMO is to the industrial food complex (IFC) you only need to look at California’s Proposition 37.   It is a bill that would require food manufacturers to label foods made with GMO tainted products.   Why is this important...

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Broad Breasted White Turkeys Are Not A Qualified B...

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Thursday January 27, 2011   -   By Poly

Turkey breed facts: Broad breasted white INSERT FROM RAINBOW RANCH FARMS:  Check to see if your thanksgiving turkey, meets your standards, sometimes, not all turkeys qualify as a turkey breed. Try to educate your farmer, encourage your local farmer...

Link Between Diet and Onset of Mental Illness

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Tuesday January 25, 2011   -   By Poly

So many health factors are triggered by diet and nutrition, some behavior is a result of bad diet, such as: compulsive lying, overeating, excessive smoking, alcohol binging. Most of us understand the links between diet and behavior, others are still wet...

Integrated Pest Management

Blog: MM Livestock Co   -   Friday June 19, 2009   -   By Megan

Several of you have asked me what integrated pest management is. Basically it is the use of natural predators to manage pests. Our biggest problems are flies and Mosquitos. We use Fly Predators, Praying Mantis, Dung Beetles, and ladybugs to keep the flies...

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