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Power and money, it’s what motivates so much of this world.  Unfortunately, power and money has way more to do with feeding the world than do nutrition and ethics.  Here’s some thoughts from Joel Salatin on the topic.  It’s a lengthy read (he was an...

Natural food

At the recent Northern Michigan Small Farms Conference we attended Karen Lubbers’ keynote address.  Karen’s farm is Lubber’s Farm in Coopersville, MI.  One of the things she talked about is the value and integrity of “real” food.  A few...
Mudhole

Mudhole

FUN ON THE FARM – “It’s nothing but a mud puddle!” says Dad. “Yeah, but it’s a FUN mud puddle!” exclaims Sam. Last week we sent many loads of fill dirt over to a neighbor to fill in a small pond.  In the process, the excavator...

Beef

We got some questions about the grass-fed beef: The beef will be cut and vacuum packed.  We use a local USDA inspected plant and have been pleased with their service to date. There are a couple of sizes in the pasture.  A full size beef will be abou 600-800 pounds...

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