December 1, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Did you know? According to Michael Pollan, 4 of the top 10 things that will kill you are cronic diseases linked to diet. Pollen claims the average person makes over 200 decisions about food each day and these decisions are nearly unconscious to us. Michael Pollan addresses these important issues in this new documentary entitled "In Defense of Food." Watch the trailer!
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November 21, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Ever wonder how our farm's unique delivery system got its start? In this video I give you a brief history of our buying clubs and I also bring your attention to some very special folks who are instrumental in helping to make our farm's products available in your communities!
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November 15, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Howdy, y’all! Today we’re going to address one of the most common questions we get about eating real, whole food – How can we buy those healthful foods without spending half our paychecks at the grocery store? We hear ya! Read on...
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November 7, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
For the past several years Seven Sons has partnered with Gunthorp Farms to bring you pasture-raised turkeys each Thanksgiving. This year we asked farmer Greg Gunthorp if he would be willing to send us a short video so that you could learn more about how your turkeys are raised. Greg kindly accommodated us! Take a look...
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October 24, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
In this video you will see some of the luckiest hogs in world raised in the woodlands of our farm. Believe it or not over 50 million hogs are raised for pork each year in the USA and it's safe to say that 99% of those pigs live their lives on concrete and never set foot on outdoor soil. At Seven Sons our pigs have a very different "tail" to tell... and that's only made possible because of supportive patrons that value what we do!
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October 4, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Every day we head out to the pasture to gather eggs from our flocks of laying hens. As with all of our livestock, our hens do not observe weekends, holidays or vacations so this means we must tend to the hens at least twice each day 365 days of the year (rain, shine or snow!). In this video we show you how we gather the eggs each day from one of our flocks of 1,000 laying hens. Enjoy!
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September 26, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Why are more consumers demanding local and sustainable food? What is at the "heart" of this major shift in consumer demand and how should government officials respond? These are pointed questions that we posed to legislators and regulatory officials during a recent interim study at the Indiana State Capital. Read full story and watch official testimony…
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September 12, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
During the growing season we move all of our hens to fresh pasture on a daily basis as this makes for the very best eggs! Believe it or not the hens as well as their chicken house can be moved within a matter of just a few minutes. Take a look!
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August 20, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Seven Sons is proud to announce that our products are now available for home delivery in Lafayette Indiana. This is being made possible through our unique partnership with our friends at Green Bean Delivery.
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August 15, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
Pot roast is one of those meals usually reserved for Sundays due to the long cooking time to make it tender and flavorful. With the right equipment and know how, you can make pot roast a weekday meal that takes just a little more than an hour to complete!
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August 14, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
We are folks with a passion for eating healthy and producing nutrient-dense pasture-raised foods for others. Producing food for your family is not just a business to us, but also a personal ministry that we take very seriously. Learn about our story and mission...
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August 13, 2015 • 0 comment(s)
For your convenience we are considering the launch of pickup locations in Fort Wayne and surrounding areas. Does this interest you? If so, we want your vote on where to launch the first locations and how often deliveries should be made.
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