A to Z detailed guide, how to butcher a pig with Camas davis from the Portland Meat Collective.
Is raw milk the riskiest of all foods to consume or an essential nutrient-dense food our bodies need in order to grow up and remain healthy…Should we have a right to make our own decision?
In addition to the cows, goats, pigs, turkeys, and chickens on this livestock farm, there are 12 ducks, and a Great Pyrenees guardian dog that lives with the goats.
Spanning a decade of time, Jan Weber (As We Sow), continues her journey with new Farmlandia project.
Editorial In part 2, Dan Imhoff continues his talk about CAFO’s to a Friends of Family Farmers audience concerned about the health and wellbeing of their communities, and who support the creation of more sustainable, and environmentally healthy alternatives from that of our heavily industrialized, food system. Much of Imhoff’s talk centers around ideas that […]
The modern day Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) is both a crowning achievement of short-term human scientific prowess, and profound monumental hubris with terrible consequences unfolding now, and yet to unfold.
There is probably no one left in the food and farming community who hasn’t heard the name Polyface, the Shenandoah Valley super-farm famous for its lush pastures, happy animals and natural husbandry overseen by self described “lunatic farmer” Joel Salatin. The farm has been featured in books and films, including Food, Inc. and Michael Pollan’s […]
Dr. Grandin talks about her approach to helping livestock handling facilities become more effective and humane.
I started “documenting” in 2001, not “making a documentary” exactly, because I really didn’t know what it was going to end up being. The New York Times had run a series of articles about the disappearance of small towns across the Midwest, about communities drying up and farmers forced off the land. I wanted to […]
January 8, 2010 “Several states recently banned specific practices that are common in CAFOs (confined animal feeding operations), taking small steps to level the playing field for more sustainable farms.” h/t @OrganicConsumer Go to Original Source…