The Benefits of Soy Free Eggs

Soy is one of the most common food allergens and many people who think they are sensitive to eggs are just allergic to the soy that concentrates in the yolks. Oftentimes people think they might be sensitive to eggs when in fact they’re sensitive to the soy proteins that concentrates in the yolks. Both organic […]

Helping the Bee Population by Planting a Pollinator Plot

We’ve restored 1/4 acre on our farm to include natural habitat for bees through USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). NRCS staff provided financial assistance through EQIP, and also the technical assistance we needed, including, site visits, a planting plan, providing options for obtaining seeds, and completing the final […]

Historic Sustainability

I Believe we are entering a new era in agriculture that will in many ways take us on a giant step backward. I like to call it “Historic Sustainability.” While many folks are lamenting the conventional food supply, I believe the organic farming community is perfectly positioned to come to the rescue. The current 2,000-mile […]

Why Pasture Cattle and Poultry?

What Goes Around Comes Around.  We’re all familiar with this universal truth as it relates to personal relationships.  The Bible says, “As you sow, so shall you reap.”  Some folks just call it Karma.  No matter how it’s stated, it reflects great words of wisdom that we all should take to heart – even with […]