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Holy Cows & Hog Heaven – A Book Review

In Book Reviews, Joel Salatin by James4 Comments

Is having the option to eat clean nutrient dense food important to you? If you answered, yes, then a series of questions will follow that premise. If you answered no, then uh, I guess you can stop reading this now, unless you’re curious as to why it should matter. In Holy Cows & Hog Heaven: The Food Buyer’s Guide to …

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Folks, This Ain’t Normal – A Book Review

In Book Reviews, Joel Salatin by James2 Comments

Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World Joel Salatin’s most recently published book hit book stands less than a year ago in October of 2012. Like well aged bacon Joel’s writing just gets better and better over time. This book encapsulates Joel’s entire philosophy on culture, food, farming, and everything that connects …

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Pastured Poultry Profit$ – A Book Review

In Book Reviews, Joel Salatin, Livestock & Pasture, POULTRY by James4 Comments

Pastured Poultry Profit$: Net $25,000 in 6 Months on 20 Acres is one of Joel Salatin’s most read and referred to books for wannabe farmers and established farmers alike. Joel shares with the reader his experience of raising and processing chickens which spans back into his own childhood. The methods he describes in the book are constantly being refined (by …

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Family Friendly Farming: A Multigenerational Home-Based Business Treatment – A Book Review

In Book Reviews, Joel Salatin by James2 Comments

After reading Joel Salatin’s You Can Farm book I tried out Family Friendly Farming. In many ways it proved to be even more inspirational than You Can Farm. It was quite liberating and encouraging to discover that I could indeed farm, but nobody wants to farm alone. Up-heaving the image of the old lonely farmer whose children have left him …