May 2, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
In our world full of tidy gardens, grass monoculture lawns, and orderly rows of crops we have become accustomed to using insecticides and herbicides. All that maintenance, spraying, weeding and pruning is in an attempt to maintain a human aesthetic of beauty and bounty, but those ideals are never found in nature. In nature plants grow in companionship, mixed among each other, and an indicator of a healthy ecosystem is how much insect life is active there, not the lack of.
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April 18, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
Spring is here and so is spring butter! At Beiler Family Farm all the cows are back out grazing in the beautiful pastures on fresh spring grass. Right now farmer Jonas says the grass is already about 7 to 9 inches in height, and the cows are sure loving it! All that grass-fed goodness is passed along from the cows to you in the Beiler's delicious milk and dairy products. But what is spring butter, and why is it so special?
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April 4, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
At Beiler Family Farm our hens are TRULY free-range and pasture-raised. This is something you may have heard us say before and wondered, why the emphasis on TRULY? Well, there happens to be a lot of deception and mislabeling in the poultry business.
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March 6, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
The Beiler’s made this year's first batch of maple syrup this week...yum!! As spring approaches and the weather warms up, the sap in the maple trees gets flowing. And that means it's that time again for making maple syrup! You may have noticed that Beiler’s offers two different kinds of maple syrup: Grade A and Grade B. So, what’s the difference between grade A and grade B maple syrup?
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February 20, 2021 • 0 comment(s)
Cheese is the ultimate snack food, and a versatile cooking ingredient that gives whatever dish it is added to that special something that only cheese can bring. So, the topic of cheese has been on my mind lately, and in my curiosity I have come across some interesting facts about cheese. Allow me to share…
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September 26, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
This week I am so excited to share with you my experience visiting the Beiler Family Farm! I will first set the scene...after a long car ride I turned around the bend to see the “Milky Way” street sign. As I pulled into the farm entrance the rumble of the dirt road let me know I had arrived. I parked the car and a group of 15 piglets immediately darted across the driveway into the barn to meet their mama pig “Miss Fanny Bacon.” I stepped out of the car full of excitement and wonder as I took in the sights all around me.
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September 6, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
It's September and kids are heading back to school. Even though this year is different for the majority of kids across the nation, one thing that remains the same is that kids still need a delicious and nutritious school lunch.
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August 9, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Have you tried this year's batch of Beiler Family Farm raw clover honey? As soon as I got some in my hands, I wanted to know more! So, I asked Farmer Jonas about the beehives on his farm, and to my surprise he referred me to his 16-year-old son Elam. Turns out Elam is the main beekeeper on the farm!
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July 26, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Is an orange yolk better than a yellow yolk? Can we determine the nutritional content of eggs by color alone? Not exactly, but it certainly does give us a clue! The color, size, and texture of eggs vary greatly. We have known for a long time that a chicken's diet has an effect on the quality of the egg. Throughout history, a rich orange yolk has always been a sign of a healthier and more nutritious egg. However, these days it's hard to be sure.
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