Trillium Wood Farm

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Williamston, Michigan  ·  sustainably raised pastured and grass-fed meat & poultry | diversified sustainably raised vegetables | community supported agriculture
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the recipe for Refrigerator Dilly Beans. @1840farm

For the past several years, I have been making refrigerator dill pickles using the cucumbers we harvest fresh from our garden. Making those simple, fresh pickles is a great way of pickling cucumber…

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Share this with friends and family that are still on the fence about organic health benefits. http://www.cornucopia.org/2015/07/new-research-on-organic-produces-health-benefits/ #food #organic #goorganic #GMOs #nonGMO #cleaneats #gethealthy

Joel Salatin Webinars - pastured pigs

Join Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms for this series of live webinars: the details of how to farm your own pastured eggs, poultry and pigs, + farm marketing.

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Lemony Ramp Pesto

Sauteed ramps with lemon showcase its delicate flavor.

how to plant and grow ginseng

how to plant and grow ginseng If you can wait 5 yrs as it grows and replant every year- this plant does really well. Poaching becoming a bigger problem- can be captive raised outside in those areas or similar.

Rotational grazing is another way to help let the grass recover. By moving the cattle from pasture to pasture over a certain period of time will help the grass grow. It can be time consuming and labor intensive but in the end it will mostly pay for itself.

Rotational grazing is another way to help let the grass recover. By moving the cattle from pasture to pasture over a certain period of time will help the grass grow. It can be time consuming and labor intensive but in the end it will pay for itself.