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
I was put in touch with these guys recently and if you click on those highlighted words (especially scroll down to the photos with their subtitles) you will get an erudite explanation of what the philosophical underpinning is to our grazing methodology. To understand what underlies
There is a plant can be harnessed to address many of the problems we face in this country. Nutrition, employment and environmental damage for starters. It can be used to make rope, clothes, food, paper, textiles, plastics, insulation, building materials and biofuel. This plant is
Hello Another unedited work from our deboning rail and the GoPro. Thanks for watching and for supporting regenerative agriculture. Angus 4 December 2015
I wrote the article below for one of my recent columns in Longevity Magazine. The only Glyphosate free bread in this country are the organic loaves baked by Fritz Schoon in Stellenbosch. (Every loaf tested in the supermarkets contains Glyphosate). Not only is he using
At this second http://www.as-we-eat.co.za seminar the food will be even better as will the speakers. See you there.
Hello In March 2015 we presented our first As We Eat seminar. I am lucky enough to be part of the group presenting these seminars. The other three have wonderful life stories and are in the business of helping humans become healthier through mostly non