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Hello All! We are expanding!

Blog: Whitfield's Family Farm   -   Friday March 01, 2013   -   By Dean

Hello! We have been quite busy here as of late at WFF! As some of you may know, we have had a very hard time keeping up with demand this year. We have now expanded our layers and are estimating about 2 weeks away at being able to fill all orders to keep...

Eat local and eat Fresh.

Blog: Fluffy Butt Farms   -   Monday February 27, 2012   -   By Yvette & Rick

Fluffy Butt Farms We raise Heritage large breed chickens. AKA Our Fluffy Butt Hens. We raise Austrialorp & Orpington Hens. These are large breed chickens. They are grain feed and cage free, vegetarian diet. Some of the folks that love our...

lazy journalism or just out of touch

Blog: Wild Winds Sheep Company   -   Saturday April 24, 2010   -   By Catherine & Martin

On page 40 of the April, 2010 issue of Bon Appetite magazine there is a brief article on lamb.  As a sheep rancher and someone who sells all natural, grass fed, pasture raised lamb at the local farmers’ market and a couple of Cheyenne restaurants, I need...

The hens are here! Hooray for AWESOME EGGS

Blog: Trautman Family Farm   -   Thursday April 30, 2009   -   By Scott&JulieTraut

It was about 2 weeks ahead of what we thought, but as usual, Team Trautman got the job done and got the hens situated in the hen house. Some times it seems it's just as well for us to have it happen all of a sudden. Things get done. Eggs for the next two...

question from the Bee

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Thursday February 12, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

We had written to the Bee a news tip after hearing some perncious piffle on the radio.  We posted our objections previously to our blog under the same.  Today we got a response back from Mr. Downing, of the Bee: Rustica, Thanks for the...

Pro-Cage is Pernicious Piffle

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Wednesday February 11, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

Here’s something that seems overlooked recently. It costs less to produce eggs outside of cages than within.   Add it up and compare for your self. OUTSIDE CAGES (grazing) FEED (per bird/year) - $78 (high estimate, based on increasing feed...

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