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Hobby Farms Presents: Growing Good is a twice-monthly podcast about small-scale farmers who are also working in the food system. I interview folks involved with building a local fibershed, introducing kids to farming, dismantling stereotypes, educating others and opening new market opportunities for more small-scale food producers.
Turkey at Thanksgiving, corned beef at Passover, ham and lamb at Easter…. Our traditions surrounding meat eating at holidays didn’t occur by accident. Before we as humans knew industrial farming, grocery stores and commercial refrigeration, we knew meat as seasonal fare.
Root vegetables are among the stars of the farm as the weather turns cooler. Our summer vegetables—tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, peppers—are only designed by nature to grow in summer. It’s pretty great that nature designed other plants to feed us during other parts of the year. Here's what to expect from an organic farm in Kentucky.
The spring showing of native plants and wildflowers along Bowen Branch in Owen County, Ky., is something to see. This natural display of diversity is just one reason landowners Connie May and Loren Curtis decided to put their property into an easement with Woods and Waters Land Trust.
This brief informational video details the evolution of the cattle herd at Elmwood Stock Farm in Georgetown, Kentucky, to producing organic, grass-fed, grass-finished Wagyu-Angus beef.
This press release announces the farm's addition of Wagyu bloodlines to the Angus cattle herd and the resulting improvement of beef products offered. This farm is one of the only farms offering organic, grass-fed, grass-finished Wagyu-Angus beef in the US.