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Update on our beef collagen

Update on our beef collagen

On the 29th of June I wrote this blog post about the hydrolysed bovine collagen that we are selling. There have been a few questions since we launched it. Below the questions is a great video that explains how it is made. 1. Is it

Our online shop is open

Our online shop is open

A massive thanks to Yolande, in the middle in the photo below, and her husband Francois for enabling this. It feels like we are growing up. All you need to do is click on SHOP NOW and follow the instructions. To celebrate we have released

4 price increases

4 price increases

We are increasing the prices on 4 items. Eggs, chickens, beef snapsticks and gammons. As of the 24th of October 2017 our egg price will increase by 8.5%. This is due to two factors. 1. We increased our staff pay by 9% last month. 2.

Glyphosate revisited and the subjectivity of science.

Glyphosate revisited and the subjectivity of science.

The ubiquity of this poison is an example of epistemicide. I elaborate on epistemicide at the bottom of this blog. The chemical that is added to keep Glyphosate in suspension in the herbicide is what lab people give lab rats to create tumours. I wrote

Ways to enjoy our produce as of 21 February 2017

Ways to enjoy our produce as of 21 February 2017

Now that we have upgraded our product range we are updating how you can source our produce. The new products have no nitrates or nitrites added during production (Click here for more on this cancer free meat). If you don’t want to scroll through the photos

My first Limousin bull for sale

My first Limousin bull for sale

There are many reasons why I settled on the Limousin as my beef breed of choice. Cross breeding, Raymond Blanc, suitability to my farm, not black, slow maturing and more income for the same expense. If you are not interested in any of these reasons