Updated: May 7, 2020
The demand for organic and sustainable foods and products has increased dramatically as the general population becomes increasingly aware of the natural health benefits.
Organic and sustainable farming includes crop rotation, natural fertilizers, and natural weed and pest control methods to maintain ecosystems that help develop sustainable soil conditions.
Choosing organic and sustainable foods and products will reduce the contaminants we consume which may help delay many common ailments.
Organic and sustainable farming protects water quality. Groundwater that runs off fields and into streams, rivers and lakes is not contaminated with chemical fertilizers.
- Organic and sustainable farming protects our Bees and precious wildlife.
- Absolutely NO GMO.
- No pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics or hormones.
- Humane treatment of animals; freedom of movement with full access to the outdoors.