US Wellness Meats

  • Organic Prairie  – Beef, pork, chicken, Turkey (the chicken and turkey are NOT soy free) The meat that I tried, Tasted amazing.

  • Sea Food – Great Alaska – Sea Food

  • Tropical Traditions –  Items Carried – soy free eggs, Soy Free poultry, beef, German Pastured Butter, and much more.  “If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.”  They Ship.

  • Raw Goat Milk – Fiore Di Capra – They ship in AZ only.  Products include raw goat milk, raw goat milk kefir, goat milk yogurt, artisan fresh and aged goat cheese, cajeta (traditional sweet goat milk pouring sauce, also known as dulce de leche), goat milk caramels, goat milk ice cream, and goat milk cheesecakes.

  • Raw Goat Milk-  Crow’s Dairy – Crow’s Dairy is not open to the public at this time. All visits and farm sales are by appointment.  You can pickup on Saturday’s or if you have large order they will deliver in AZ.  11300 S. Dean Rd.  Buckeye, AZ  86326  Phone: 623.936.3355  Email: cheese@crowsdairy.com

  • MILLERS ORGANIC FARM  – Amish farm from Pennsylvania – Must place orders over the phone and be a member.  They ship

 
​       Eating Organic Foods Versus Conventional​
  • While organic farming and organic foods are strictly regulated, conventional foods are not subject to the same requirements, and as a result, may contain antibiotics, synthetic fertilizers, growth hormones, pesticides or herbicides.

  • Organic foods may have higher nutritional value than conventional food, according to some research.

  • Cattle are literally born to eat grass, so pasture-fed cattle are healthier than cattle fed strictly grains and kept in confinement.

  • Pasture-based farming lets the animals do the work. They harvest and feed themselves and fertilize their pastures, overseen by the farmer in a carefully-managed system. The net result is significantly less fossil-fuel consumption, less erosion, less air and water pollution and greater soil fertility.

  • Commercial Chicken – often called a “concentrated animal feeding operation” (CAFO)—is located in a warehouse-like barn with a concrete floor. A bird nearing market size typically has only about 1⁄2 square foot of floor space.

  • Pastured Chickens – They are free to roam around, get fresh air, sun, and eat bugs, grains that the farmer will additionally give them.  Some farmers use mobile tractors to move the chickens from one area to another and this keeps the chickens safe from predators.

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