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TV Special!!

Good morning everyone! I hope everyone is having a relaxing Sunday bundled up inside drinking hot cocoa!!
As I wrote about before, Jean West Medical Digest filmed a segment on our farm in which I explained the process of raising poultry and why choosing organic products is the healthiest way to live. That segment will air again tonight on WAVE-3 (NBC) so I hope you tune in to watch! If you do, I would love to hear your thoughts on organic farming and organic lifestyle.

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Fowl and Freedom Run Farm in the school news!

I have often mentioned how I could not have gotten as far with my business today if it had not been for the sacred heart community.
Here is a wonderful article written by the student newspaper about FOWL

Please read and enjoy!!
http://www.therunenews.org/features/2013/09/20/move-from-chicago-to-louisville-inspires-entrepreneur-sophia-samutin/

“Antibiotic-Resistant Bugs Turn Up Again In Turkey Meat” -NPR

Sorry to everyone about not having posted in awhile….school is a whirlwind right now.

Anyways…yesterday on NPR I was listening to a very fascinating program on Antibiotic resistant bacteria in poultry and meat raised conventionally and given antiobiotics. Read or listen to it here! More and more studies are coming out that parallel this one—further proof of why it is important to buy Certified Organic, and local! And I will reiterate again that it is not snobby, or “foodies”, or “health gurus” who just buy organic, but people who care about taking care of themselves, their family, and the world.

I would love to hear some of your opinions on this growing debate; post below:

What do you feel are the biggest challenges to buying organic?

Why do you choose to buy organic/not buy organic?

which would you rather eat?

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credit: Eggs&Herbs chickens

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