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  • (For yesterday)Today is Earth Day 🌏
For Demeter Bio-dynamic farmers everyday is earth day! 🌱 Regenerating land and improving soil structure
🌱 Improving soil biology by adding microbes to the soil 🌱 Working within the cycles of nature 🌱 Allowing plants to feed naturally
🌱 Ethically and sustainably raising healthy livestock 🌱 Producing tasty and nutritious food
🌱Caring for the Earth for the future 🌿Healthy Soil 🌿Healthy plants 🌿Healthy Animals 🌿Healthy Humans 🌿Healthy Planet #australiandemeterbiodynamic #demetercertifed #biodynamic #healthysoil #healthyplants #healthyanimals #healthyhumans #healthyplanet #earthday
  • (For yesterday)Today is Earth Day 🌏
    For Demeter Bio-dynamic farmers everyday is earth day! 🌱 Regenerating land and improving soil structure
    🌱 Improving soil biology by adding microbes to the soil 🌱 Working within the cycles of nature 🌱 Allowing plants to feed naturally
    🌱 Ethically and sustainably raising healthy livestock 🌱 Producing tasty and nutritious food
    🌱Caring for the Earth for the future 🌿Healthy Soil 🌿Healthy plants 🌿Healthy Animals 🌿Healthy Humans 🌿Healthy Planet #australiandemeterbiodynamic #demetercertifed #biodynamic #healthysoil #healthyplants #healthyanimals #healthyhumans #healthyplanet #earthday
  • 5 1 1 hour ago
  • “The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.”
— Wendell Berry, The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture
  • “The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.”
    — Wendell Berry, The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture
  • 14 1 1 hour ago
  • Happy #EarthDay! 🌎❤️ As the problem of waste disposal continues to grow, understanding the benefits of composting is so vital.

On this day dedicated to our bountiful planet, we ask you all to consider looking into composting. There are so many avenues available to assist if in the case you’re not able to compost yourself!
  • Happy #EarthDay ! 🌎❤️ As the problem of waste disposal continues to grow, understanding the benefits of composting is so vital.

    On this day dedicated to our bountiful planet, we ask you all to consider looking into composting. There are so many avenues available to assist if in the case you’re not able to compost yourself!
  • 12 1 7 hours ago
  • Reason #2: It’s pasture raised! (aka grassfed (and finished!) Grassfed is not the only way but it’s a great way. So what does that really mean? Did you know that animals are often picky about which blade of grass they eat because each blade tastes different?!? I’ve always thought grass is just grass—something that grows in your yard that you have to cut.  But really it’s so much more. (In fact it mesmerizes me so much, I’m planning to do a whole series on grass. So if anyone wants to nerd out with me, be watching for that to come through your feed later this spring.) But why is it important or even a thing? A long story short—it all starts with the soil the grass grows from. Without healthy soil, we cannot produce healthy food (or be healthy as human beings). In the grassfed sustainable farming world, good soil creates bountiful, nutritious grass—the main food group for our animals.  They love it, it’s diverse. Healthy grass is like fine dining for them.  And it’s what creates a healthier meat and egg product for us. But the real cherry on top comes from all the “waste” products the animals deposit on the grass while eating. The waste is full of nitrogen which is exactly what the soil needs for grass to flourish.  And as the whole cycle keeps going like this, things keep getting better and better for everyone! .
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#pastureraised #healthyfood #goodsoil #healthysoil #healthysoilhealthyyou #grassfed #goodeats
  • Reason #2 : It’s pasture raised! (aka grassfed (and finished!) Grassfed is not the only way but it’s a great way. So what does that really mean? Did you know that animals are often picky about which blade of grass they eat because each blade tastes different?!? I’ve always thought grass is just grass—something that grows in your yard that you have to cut. But really it’s so much more. (In fact it mesmerizes me so much, I’m planning to do a whole series on grass. So if anyone wants to nerd out with me, be watching for that to come through your feed later this spring.) But why is it important or even a thing? A long story short—it all starts with the soil the grass grows from. Without healthy soil, we cannot produce healthy food (or be healthy as human beings). In the grassfed sustainable farming world, good soil creates bountiful, nutritious grass—the main food group for our animals. They love it, it’s diverse. Healthy grass is like fine dining for them. And it’s what creates a healthier meat and egg product for us. But the real cherry on top comes from all the “waste” products the animals deposit on the grass while eating. The waste is full of nitrogen which is exactly what the soil needs for grass to flourish. And as the whole cycle keeps going like this, things keep getting better and better for everyone! .
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    #pastureraised #healthyfood #goodsoil #healthysoil #healthysoilhealthyyou #grassfed #goodeats
  • 37 0 8 hours ago