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
Posted in Farm | Tagged egg economics, forrest pritchard, laying hens | 16 Responses
By Forrest Pritchard on December 6, 2013
From parachuting cows to illiterate farmers, television has effectively dumbed down agriculture
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By Forrest Pritchard on November 8, 2013
6 Must-Read Tips from a Free-Range Turkey Farmer
Posted in Farm | Tagged forrest pritchard, free-range turkeys, how to raise free-range turkeys, pastured turkeys | 11 Responses
By Forrest Pritchard on October 30, 2013
A Cattle Farmer (and father) Weighs in on Vegetarianism
Posted in Farm | Tagged dave nellis, foodie and the beast, forrest pritchard, paul shapiro, vegetarianism | 17 Responses
By Forrest Pritchard on October 16, 2013
For World Food Day, our farm’s story.
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