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Rainbow Ranch Farms

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Monday January 24, 2011   -   By Poly

 Rainbow Ranch Farms Rainbow Ranch Farms is owned by a cooperative group of farm members and operated by farm members protocol. A small, private farm, specializing in the delicate dietary and health needs of a close nit group...

Health Benefits of Grass-Fed Products-Eat Wild!

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Sunday January 23, 2011   -   By Poly

Health Benefits of Grass-Fed Products From our fiends at www.eatwild.com   click here for the study data and for the entire article http://www.eatwild.com/healthbenefits.htm Meat, eggs, and dairy products from...

Cheap Meat: An Accident Waiting to Happen

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Tuesday January 04, 2011   -   By David

You might remember a few years ago the big scare with tainted pet foods. Many animals died and practically every kind of dog food you could think of was pulled of the shelves until it could be sorted out. It turned out to be a poison called melamine...

Free Range vs Pastured

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Friday December 31, 2010   -   By Poly

Free Range vs. Pastured: Chicken and Eggs   Thursday, March 05, 2009 11:59 AM   By  Cheryl Long   Tags: pastured , grass-fed , free-range , chicken ...

Still Raining - Merry Christmas!

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Tuesday December 21, 2010   -   By Poly

It has been raining for 3 days continously here in the high, mojave  desert of California, no bother,we need the rains, and in the spring all the native wild grasses, weeds, flowers will pop up making a delicous treat for the livestock. The cows,...

Beef Harvest

Blog: MM Livestock Co   -   Tuesday December 14, 2010   -   By Megan

Our field harvest yesterday was remarkably well attended and those that came out had some great questions for the butcher! They got a lesson in live wt. vs hanging wt. & how to "judge" a carcass for quality. What I feel was the biggest lesson learned was just...

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How to Use a Whole Cow

Blog: Pleasant Valley Farm   -   Friday December 03, 2010   -   By Emily

Since our last cow processed for beef was at the very end of our season, we had a selection of all the cuts in stock when we closed.  This means we got some of the "good stuff" for ourselves to eat over the winter.  So I treated Dan and...

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Work Begins On Our Newest Pasture

Blog: Hurricane Farm   -   Tuesday August 03, 2010   -   By Chris

We've finally started work on our newest pasture.  This particular pasture is about 2/3 of a mile down the road...not far at all.  We've finally "tamed" the pasture that we acquired laste year--meaning all of the invasive trees have been...

Hurricane Farm on Facebook

Blog: Hurricane Farm   -   Monday June 07, 2010   -   By Chris

That's right!  You can follow our exploits, experiments, failures, and success stories on FACEBOOK. http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/Scotland-CT/Hurricane-Farm/111791448862149?ref=ts&ajaxpipe=1&__a=9 WHOA!  That is...

Choices - And Perspective

Blog: Ebersole Cattle Company   -   Tuesday April 27, 2010   -   By ShanenEbersole

Last night Honey came home & talked about a family he met at the co-op.  They were a couple in their 50's-60's with their 20 something son.  They were traveling in a covered wagon.  From Arkansas to Nebraska.  They left home in...

Fall Beef Calves

Blog: Ebersole Cattle Company   -   Monday April 26, 2010   -   By ShanenEbersole

Fall calves are being weaned.  Its nice when you wean fall calves this time of year, they've mostly weaned themselves.  Not much bawling, or crying, because they've naturally weaned themselves.  They've been on grass & hay all winter with...

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...

Cooking grass fed beef

Blog: Harvest Hill Farms   -   Wednesday March 10, 2010   -   By Justin & Sara

Hi all fellow foodies!!  Since all beef is NOT created equal, I'm going to give some tips on cooking 100% grass fed beef (this only applies to 100% grass fed beef). Not the organic stuff they call grass fed that is sent to a feedlot and stuffed with...

Waiting the Arrival of French Label Rogue Meat Chi...

Blog: Apple Valley Farms   -   Saturday March 06, 2010   -   By Randy

I be perfectly honest. I am raising my French Label Rouge and Cornish Cross Rocks chickens on another farm called Spring Hill Farms in Newark, Ohio. Although, my desire is to have my own ranch, "Apple Valley Farms" in the future. There is birthing...

Pasture Fed Beef

Blog: S&B Farms   -   Saturday February 20, 2010   -   By Ellyn

All grass-fed young beef available now, by the half or quarter, $5/lb.  Entirely raised on a clean, IPM pasture with absolutely no antibiotics or growth hormones. Fabulous taste, cut and wrap done by Ibleto Meats in Santa Rosa.

CSA Signups for 2010 now available at Dodge Lodge ...

Blog: Dodge Lodge Farm   -   Wednesday February 17, 2010   -   By Mike Causey

2011 CSA signups now available at Dodge Lodge Farm, Greensboro, NC Call or email Mike:  (336) 210-1947       dodgelodgefarm@aol.com              &nb...

Upcoming Beef Pickup

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

                                        Spring Beef is Available                         ...

Grass Fed Beef

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Wednesday January 20, 2010   -   By David

I just got spoke to my processor on the phone. I was thrilled to hear him say he was "impressed" with the way our beef looked on the rail. He said it was not what he expected for grass fed beef. A really special compliment coming from a guy who has...

Kelsey the Cow, She shows how well we REALLY take ...

Blog: Ebersole Cattle Company   -   Tuesday January 12, 2010   -   By ShanenEbersole

Kelsey, (the red, horned cow pictured) is 17 years old this year.  That may not seem old to you.  But the average age of a cow is 6 years old.  Most cows are culled at or before age 8.  A 10 year old producing cow is amazing! So,...

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