Some chicken feed is laced with medications that are arsenic based, so know what they are eating, via Good.
Posts Tagged: farming
Dan Barber explains why vegetarianism is not beneficial to our environment and our food, via WSJ.
What follows is an example of the best of all possible processed foods. In an effort to be better connected with the food I eat, I visited the Schmidt Family Farms in Medina, Ohio. It’s managed by Susan Schmidt, whose specialty is honey. She gave me some of her good stuff and it’s the best honey I’ve ever tasted. By far. Tastes like the actual wildflowers around her home. Susan’s farm is organic. She gives Bradley Cramer, who works in a music store in Medina, a small part of it to raise chickens on during the summer. (“People don’t realize that chicken is a seasonal food,” he told me.) He keeps them in large hoop cages that he wheels around the pasture every day so they have fresh bugs and stuff to eat. He tried letting Read On »
This infographic shows that if the US ate more fresh produce there would be more jobs, via Food Tech Connect.
How much does it cost to grow the food we eat? Farmer Ben James answers this question, via The Atlantic.