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Breezy Hill Farm Update Jun 3, 2018

Posted 6/3/2018 9:56pm by Art Ozias.


  • I got a call this past week from a neighbor who has a dirt hog to sell.  This is a pretty big one, so you may just want a half.  Let me know by this Tuesday.  Price is $1/lb plus the processing. 
  • We have a few tubs of lard available, $7 each.
  • We have had very little rain.  Just enough to keep grass growing.  Ponds are starting to show a lot of the bank.  Need some serious rain for them.
  • We have been eating strawberry shortcake almost every night.  Sure is good with cream from Iris, our family milk cow.
  • We got our first cutting of alfalfa hay up this past week.  There were some showers around, but not on the hay.
  • Our guinea hen hatched out a bunch of keets this week.  Sure are cute and so little.
  • Virginia"s next chicken day is this next Saturday.  She has found a source for non GMO grains.  Her price is remaining at $3.50/ lb.



Big Food, Inc. is serving up a fatal harvest that includes water and air pollution, soil erosion and fertility loss, the obliteration of pollinator populations and biodiversity in general, food contamination, aquifer depletion and climate destabilization.

Last but surely not least, Big Food’s harvest is destroying your health.

The U.S. now spends more money on so-called healthcare than any other nation on Earth—$3.5 trillion a year.

Yet, public health continues to deteriorate, thanks to an environment contaminated by more than 84,000 industrial and agricultural chemicals, and a steady diet of cheap, unhealthy grub dished up in supermarkets, restaurants, schools and institutional settings.

Even the government admits that about half of all American adults—117 million individuals—have one or more preventable chronic diseases, many of which are related to poor quality eating patterns.

According to a report in The Guardian: "Approximately 85 percent of Americans do not consume the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's recommended intakes of the most important vitamins and minerals necessary for proper physical and mental development."

With a government more interested in protecting corporate profits than in safeguarding your health, are we doomed?

Or can we take back our food—and our health?

Read Ronnie’s latest: ‘Beyond GMOs and Fast Food Nation: Regenerating Public Health’

As consumers worldwide become increasingly aware of the problems linked to GE crops and the toxic chemicals and pesticides used on them, more and more people are proactively refusing to eat these foods. There’s also strong growth in the global organic and grass fed sectors. This just proves one thing: We can make a difference if we steadily work toward the same goal. I recommend visiting these trustworthy sites for non-GMO food resources in your country:


How to Cut Broccoli Properly to Get the Most Nutrition



Watch "You'll Never Guess The Biggest Cause of Inflammation Causing Free Radicals"


Art Ozias

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