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We Are What We Eat - Part 3 of 3

We've all heard the old saying "we are what we eat", and this goes for animals too. We hope you'll follow along with us in this 3-part series about our animals, what they eat, and why.

We Are What We Eat - Part 2 of 3

We've all heard the old saying "we are what we eat", and this goes for animals too. We hope you'll follow along with us in this 3-part series about our animals, what they eat, and why.

We Are What We Eat - Part 1 of 3

We've all heard the old saying "we are what we eat", and this goes for animals too. We hope you'll follow along with us in this 3-part series about our animals, what they eat, and why.

Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

For the wings: 2 lbs. Primal Pastures Chicken wings 2Tbsp. Arrowroot starch ½ tsp. Garlic powder ½ tsp. Onion powder ¼ tsp. Sea Salt ¼ tsp. Red cayenne pepper ⅓ cup Primal Pastures chicken schmaltz...

Fierce Protectors - the LGD's

Our farm fell in to a HUGE problem a few years back: Coyotes.  These coyotes learned quickly they had a free and easy meal in the mobile chicken coops.  The nightly feeding frenzies escalated so...

Bee Pollen: the Tiny but Mighty Superfood

Bee Pollen. Some of you have seen these little beauties in jars, touted as a super food and sold at farmers markets and health food stores. It looks interesting enough but what exactly is it,...

The Offal Truth

The Offal Truth Organ meats - so foreign to most of us Americans that we call it “offal” (pronounced awful) but when given the right preparation can rival any meat we are accustomed to. Full...

Our Favorite Lamb Recipes

Primal lamb is back in stock, so we're heading into the kitchen with so many new recipes to try! What is Primal Lamb? Primal lamb is raised right here on our farm in Southern California....

Real Farm. Real Food.

When you shop for meat at a supermarket, it’s easy to look at the piles of plastic-wrapped chicken breast and not realize where it came from. We did it for years, never connecting the meat...