Naomi Montacre, co-founder of Naomi’s Organic, shares some of her expert knowledge on raising backyard chickens.
How do cats, a rabbit, a flock of chickens and a nest of honeybees all get along in an enclosed backyard? Urban homesteader Charlyn Ellis, shares her experience.
What do those labels and third-part certifications on egg cartons really mean? All-natural, cage-free and pasture raised. An expert helps decipher the code.
Who’s Murdering Chickens in South Carolina is not known for sure. What seems likely, Pilgrim Pride, the nation’s 2nd largest poultry company, may be partly to blame.
Boondockers Farm is a working farm dedicated to protecting rare species of heritage livestock and heirloom vegetable seeds.
This video tour of an urban homestead with Justin Tiret shows us his farm in Portland, Oregon. Tiret is able to grow and raise much of his own food.
This transport truck appeared almost out of nowhere. On-board were the saddest looking live chickens, mostly just lying down.
An unusual situation resulted in a community coming together to care for a flock of chickens.
Encouraged by friends to start their own company, their love of urban farming, and a strong sense of community, led them to open the original Naomi’s Organic Farm Supply where they set up shop for two years, but were forced to close prematurely when they lost their lease…
Part 10: Beyond the intricacies of the production standards themselves, the story of organic poultry certification also includes one of the more fascinating sagas in the relationship between the organic community, the agribusiness establishment and the federal government.