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What is, and what isn't, pasture-raised?

from the start we saw that in order for us to have a farm that functioned like an ecosystem, producing good and healthy outcomes for land, livestock, wildlife, and customers, the animals would have to move across the pasture and forest almost daily

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Reason #4 To Try Our Meat CSA

By letting us provide you a curated share of meat each month, we are taking out a fair bit of the daunting work of meal planning. After receiving an email at the beginning of the month with your share's contents, it's pretty easy to create a list of possible menu items. I'll even do it for you real quick:

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How (and why) To Roast a Chicken

Whole roasted chicken might not be my favorite food. But it is hands-down my favorite meal. The ritual includes the act of preparing a whole animal for the oven while appreciating its life, then encountering the aromas mingling with a pan of roasting root vegetables as they escape the oven. After an hour spent building hunger and anticipation comes the revelation of the perfectly roasted chicken skin as it comes out of the oven and the carving, with the potential for enjoyment like any craft that can be done skillfully. Finally we sit down with a group of thankful, hungry, smiling humans around a table set in anticipation and common purpose. I can recall a number of very memorable roasted, pastured chicken dinners. One...

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Reason #2: Only Happy Animals

We take pride in our animal husbandry, and are always working to improve the way our animals experience life around here. The animals here are always moving to fresh, clean, forage-covered ground. In general, animals don't want to stand around in a mixture of mud and feces. And they do want to express their innate foraging instincts in a healthy ecosystem filled with diverse things to eat and enjoy.

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