998. Us vs. Them

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phpQ5xxnWPM[1]phpd6LDGLPM[1] The egg on the left comes from a big box retailer while the egg on the right comes from our farm. The chicken that laid the egg on the left never saw the light of day and was probably confined to a cage its entire life eating nothing but corn and soybeans. The chicked that laid the egg on the right roamed our farm by day and spent its nights loose housed in a building. Our chickens eat corn, soybeans, oats, grass, and insects.
Which egg would you rather eat?

Posted on July 24th 2009 in Farming

1000. I love this one

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math07 I love this one

Posted on July 13th 2009 in Humor

999. Farming Philosophy

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As with our mission, our philosophy is simple. A healthy farm requires a mix of crops, livestock, and wildlife. By rotating crops and pasture and providing wildlife cover, while at the same time minimizing pesticide use, we strive for a healthy farm. A healthy farm provides our family and customers with healthy, safe, food.

Posted on July 12th 2009 in Farming