By Nancy Polo on August 21, 2014
Hold on, what about grass fed beef? If our cattle are on the TQI diet, doesn’t it stand to reason that eating Smith Meadows beef would also reduce inflammation?
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By Forrest Pritchard on June 24, 2014
5 Things To Know Before You Go
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By Forrest Pritchard on April 20, 2014
Thinking of Raising Free-Range Pigs? A farmer shares his experiences.
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By Forrest Pritchard on March 31, 2014
18 Extraordinary Farmers—And 100 Of Their Recipes—That Will Forever Change How You Eat
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By Forrest Pritchard on February 23, 2014
The Top 4 Reasons Your Hens Aren’t Laying
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By Forrest Pritchard on February 16, 2014
Whether for farm, business or homesteading, building a walk-in can provide efficient large scale regrigeration. But where to begin?
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By Nancy Polo on January 31, 2014
Made with left-over sausages, kale, carrots, apricots, and onion. It is quick and easy. From start to finish it took me 30 minutes, or roughly the same amount of time it takes to steam 2 cups of brown rice.
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By Forrest Pritchard on December 15, 2013
4 Points to Consider Before Starting a Flock
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