Posts Tagged ‘beef’

Heritage Sausage

Get excited – we now offer heritage sausage! From our grass-fed Dexter beef with Berkshire pork (all organic feed, of course), you can try our sausage in 5 awesome flavors:

  • Bratwurst
  • Sweet Italian
  • Hot Italian
  • Chorizo
  • Maple (aka Breakfast)

Find our delicious sausage at Westside Renaissance Market and Ukiah Natural Foods Co-op. We will also be selling it at the Ukiah Saturday Farmers Market for $8/lb – as 12 oz. packages, that’s about $6/package. Yum yum, get it while it’s here!


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Pure Mendocino 2010

We’ll be at the annual Pure Mendocino tasting and dinner this year! Come to Dark Horse Vineyard in Hopland this Saturday, August 28. We will be at the tasting grilling beef & veg skewers, and you can bid for 5 of our free-range, organically-fed meat chickens at the silent auction. Come support the Cancer Resource Centers of Mendocino and enjoy good food, wine, and company!

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Look – even Eliot Coleman, the Northeast guru of small-scale organic vegetable growing, is raising cattle and sheep!

Perhaps he wants to utilize their fertility in his vegetable farming the same way we do. The animals are vital to our ability to grow your tasty, nutritious winter CSA vegetables.

How Cows (Grass-Fed Only) Could Save the Planet by Lisa Abend

“It works like this: grass is a perennial. Rotate cattle and other ruminants across pastures full of it, and the animals’ grazing will cut the blades — which spurs new growth — while their trampling helps work manure and other decaying organic matter into the soil, turning it into rich humus. The plant’s roots also help maintain soil health by retaining water and microbes. And healthy soil keeps carbon dioxide underground and out of the atmosphere.”

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