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Duck eggs vs Chicken eggs

Blog: Evergreen Acres Goat Farm   -   Sunday January 29, 2012   -   By Goat Lady

Duck Eggs are an Alkaline producing food - Anti cancer food - much better Farm Fresh eggs with a rich smooth orange yolk whether Chicken eggs or Duck eggs will surprise you if you have only experienced the colorless and flavorless supermarket...

More Questions to Ask at The Farmers Market

Blog: Southern California Farmers Daughters   -   Tuesday April 19, 2011   -   By Aisling

Here are some questions for the food Purveyors: Breads and sauces: All prepared foods are required to have a list of ingredients displayed on the product. There are some questions that you can ask to determine if the seller is the actuall maker of the...

Alpaca 101 - March 26 12pm - 3pm (contact us for m...

Blog: Natural Fiber Works of Knox Farms   -   Monday February 14, 2011   -   By Janet

Stop by for a farm visit.  We will discuss the following topics: Thinking of purchasing alpacas? Wondering where in the world do you find alpacas? Trying to figure out what to do with alpacas? Contemplating the tax advantages of owning alpacas?...

Change Your Good Shoes Before Going In With The Pi...

Blog: Dark Water Ranch   -   Tuesday January 18, 2011   -   By shepherd

It pays to remember what you're wearing before you start doing your chores. I was running late yesterday - I had to go to town for some things. I got home and I knew it was later than the normal time that I do chores. Everybody on the farm was hollering that...

Feeding Hogs Something Other Than Corn

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Tuesday December 14, 2010   -   By David

Tamworth Pig If you've read many of my posts you know I love old books on farming and especially pigs. I have a pretty good collection dating back as far as 1883. I've bid on books on some auction sites older than that but they end up being too rich...

Words of Wisdom From Yesteryear

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Wednesday February 17, 2010   -   By David

I'm a collector of old agriculture books. I find so many of the old methods to be just what is needed for the sustainable farmer of today.  The following passage has always made me smile. *******************  Our pigs, when old enough, are...

Who's Gonna Feed Them Hogs?

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Wednesday January 27, 2010   -   By David

Here I am in this dang bed and who's gonna feed them hogs? So goes the old Tom T Hall song...After surgery on Monday I'm glad I'm not wondering that!   I would say "minor" surgery but the only time it's minor is when someone else has it! ...

Winter Slow Down....or not?

Blog: Kyle Farms All Natural Lamb   -   Wednesday January 13, 2010   -   By Anne

Well, its a new year, 2010, and a nice cold January to boot.  Here at Kyle Farms, January brings snow, cold, wind, lambs!  As of today lambing has started with a trickle.  We've had 4 lambs born so far, and all singles :-(  Hopefully things...

Starting Baby on Food

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday April 16, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Feeding your baby fresh, local, organic whole foods is easy and inexpensive if you just whir a bit of your own delicious food in the blender.  Watch and read the how and what of starting your baby on solid food this week on Cookus Interruptus.   We...

Questions on how CSA's Feed the Poor from CBS (Was...

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Saturday February 28, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

We got a question from CBS (Washington, DC) on how CSA’s feed the poor. CBS Writes: My name is Valerie [last name omitted for privacy] with CBS Evening News in Washington DC and I’m working on a story about how despite the terrible economy people are...

Calling all farmers!

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Saturday February 21, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

FA Farm of Washington State just wrote in their blog that they estimate farmers can feed, on average, 5 people per acre.  We love the thought - let us farmers do a bit better than 5 people per acre, though. How about a friendly competition between...

Ten Dog Health Benefits from Feeding Paw Naturaw

Blog: Paw Naturaw   -   Monday November 10, 2008   -   By Jeffrey

Ten health & behavior improvements often found by feeding Paw Naturaw organic diets include: 1. Energy and vitality increase. 2. Anxiety diminishes. 3. Skin conditions improve or disappear. 4. Eyes, ears, and allergy related issues clear up. 5....

Rye flour

Blog: Ultimate Gardens, LLC   -   Saturday November 08, 2008   -   By Valoriea

This past year we put in rye as a cover crop then this fall one of our customers began talking to us about milling our rye into flour, as a seed it is not edible among our animals.  We took the suggestion, had the flour milled and tested commercially and...


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