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Home Farm Herbery’s Natural Red Velvet Cake Recipe

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Monday July 07, 2014   -   By Arlene

Home Farm Herbery’s Natural Red Velvet Cake Makes two 9-inch cakes or 24 cupcakes   Ingredients  2-1/2 cups cake flour 3 tbsp. NATURAL cocoa powder (not Dutch processed or dark) 1 tsp. salt 2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp....

You can use carrot powder in Carrot cake, pudding,...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Sunday May 11, 2014   -   By Arlene

Carrot Powder Carrot Powder is also known as Dried Carrot Powder Our Home Farm Herbery Carrot Powder is made from chemical free, carrots and has a sweet, subtle and pleasant taste and aroma. You can use it in Carrot cake, pudding, juice,...

Time to Vent

Blog: Pine Needle Farm   -   Monday October 15, 2012   -   By Ann

This entry is about the poor quality with which things are made these days.  A couple of months ago I had to buy a new weed-eater.  The one we'd had for 16 years died.  I bought a new one of the same brand, since the old one had lasted so long...

Sheep Industry Leadership

Blog: Golden Acres Ranch, LLC   -   Sunday July 04, 2010   -   By Bobbie

I've been accepted as one of thirty-two participants for this sheep industry leadership school in Columbus, Ohio at Ohio State University.  There have only been three others from the State of Florida since it has been offered.   The program...

Fourteenth Blog From the Sheep Farmers

Blog: Shady Hill Farms, Ltd.   -   Tuesday March 09, 2010   -   By Ben

This is the Fourteenth Blog From the Sheep Farmer at Shady Hill Farms. It has been a long time between Blog entries and a very long Winter in Northeast Ohio! It occurs to me as we struggled through Winter and the shed lambing of our 80 ewes that an...

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...

It's a Pork Fat Thing.

Blog: MM Livestock Co   -   Wednesday August 26, 2009   -   By Megan

Since we started our Dutch Oven cooking classes I've had some interesting questions posed by students, the most common one being "How do I make sure my pork is tender?" It's pretty easy, start with quality pork. The comercial hog has been bred to be extremely...

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Spring!

Blog: Trautman Family Farm   -   Saturday March 21, 2009   -   By Scott&JulieTraut

I have several drafts awaiting one button click to have "the world" view them. Yet I hesitate. Heavy on the sermon, too doomy gloomy. And that's not me; even if what I say needs to be said. And then I think, are those that need to see it going to see...

Free Range All Natural Pork

Blog: Palmetto Creek Farms   -   Monday November 24, 2008   -   By Jim

Welcome to our first discussion on Meat Quality.  I guess the first detail is to establish what is meant by Meat Quality. When we hear the term all natural to most people it means many things. To the USDA it means simply not enjecting or adding...

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Absolute Pastured Poultry Article - Use of Arsenic...

Blog: Absolute Pastured Poultry   -   Saturday November 08, 2008   -   By Sue

Here is an article that discusses one of the more disturbing features of factory farm mass production methods. There are many good reasons to buy naturally raised, pastured poultry. However THIS is one of the more important reasons. Although many of...


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