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How regenerative agriculture can feed South Africa.

How regenerative agriculture can feed South Africa.

The only way to feed the 9 billion by 2050 is to produce our food conventionally. In other words we must tolerate caged animal agriculture and soil destructive, pesticide heavy grain growing methods. This is the great lie that is so ubiquitous you can ask

Product of the month. Egg whites.

Product of the month. Egg whites.

The success of the PJ Vadas Pasteis de Nata, which use our egg yolks, has meant that we have lots of egg whites to move. Fortunately there are lots of gym bunnies and meringue fans who love egg whites. Not sure how many gym bunnies

Important friends to have – the team from UVP Veltopak

Important friends to have – the team from UVP Veltopak

We have been fortunate to work with Robin (the badass on the left in the white shirt) and JohnRae (the cool dude designer on the right) who work for UVP Veltopak. They have been making special cardboard boxes for us. The latest iteration being the

Egg-to-plate media day

Egg-to-plate media day

Last week we hosted 16 journalists from some of South Africa’s top magazines, radio stations, newspapers and digital media channels at the farm! They braved the cold and early morning start to join us for our circle, take part in moving our Eggmobiles and collecting

Short film on our outdoor laying hens.

Short film on our outdoor laying hens.

A friend of mine, Michael Raimondo, filmed and then edited this short film. It really captures what we do very well. I think I need a drone to help me farm. Thanks Michael. If you want to know more about outdoor chickens then please click

Why I am abandoning my non GMO chicken feed…for now.

Why I am abandoning my non GMO chicken feed…for now.

A few months after this post and ever since we have been able to feed our animals non GMO feeds made by Profile Feeds in Paarl – Angus, 16 February 2021 In the five years that I have been farming this is the most depressing