A Blog About Regenerative Agriculture. We plant a diversity of perennial summer and winter legumes, herbs and grasses each of which brings different nutrition to the animals eating them as well as beneficial relationships with the soil microbes.
On the 29th of June I wrote this blog post about the hydrolysed bovine collagen that we are selling. There have been a few questions since we launched it. Below the questions is a great video that explains how it is made. 1. Is it grass fed or grass finished or from a feedlot? Where […]
The above mentioned beliefs are defeatist simply because they exclude the possibility of regeneration. The photo below is explained at the end of the blog. First there has to be an acceptance that there is nothing to sustain i.e. the need for regeneration and then an understanding of how the Vegan/Vegetarian food would be produced […]
I start with the Verhackert and then go to the salami sticks. We use only the pork raised on the farm and processed in our on farm butchery. Our pigs are not caged. You can read more about our outdoor pig operation here. We also refuse to add cancer inducing nitrates and/or nitrites to any of our […]