I buy organic tomatoes.

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Organic tomatoes

I don’t think any farmer, our family included, would produce a crop that we wouldn’t feed our own children. I am completely confident that our non-organic farm is just as good for the environment and produces a completely safe product and yet I still buy organic tomatoes.  Read more…

8 Interesting Instagrammers to follow.

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Instagrammers to follow

Spice up your IG feed with these Instagrammers to follow! Want to learn more about what raising sheep and goats in Montana looks like? Looking for some new recipes? Maybe you want to learn more about ditching diet culture? Do you love pie as much as I do? Here are a few accounts I find interesting and I think you’ll like them too!  Read more…

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It takes a village to milk a cow.

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Every farmer has their strengths and weaknesses. On farm consultants help us make sure we are making the right decisions and problem solve when issues pop up. Some farms do it all themselves and some don’t each farm does what works for them. We have to know a lot about all of these topics, but we rely on experts to get it right.  Read more…

What is a calf hutch?

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Calf hutch windows

Across the US on farms both large and small, the vast majority of dairy calves live in a calf hutch for the first weeks of life. A calf hutch is an individual pen with a shelter and an outdoor area. It’s a common misconception that calf hutches are the same as veal crates, that’s not the case  Read more…

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