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Dirty Feed, Done Dirt Cheap

  • By: Grant Goldberg
  • Published: September 14, 2018
Dirty Feed, Done Dirt Cheap

This week’s blog comes from Grant Goldberg our Director of Finance and Technology and Doug’s eldest son. Grant has been part of the Goldberg Law Center, P.C. team for 16 years but his blog revolves around his family farm and his passion for helping people “Eat Different.” We hope you enjoy it. If you want to contact him about his farm, email him at Grant@GoldbergLawCenter.com or visit his website at www.TwistedPinesFarm.com.

As you may or may not know, my wife Alison and I own and operate a family farm based out of Black Forest. We focus on meat. Not just any kind of meat though. Our focus is on pasture raised and grass fed. Our pigs, chickens, and turkeys are all pasture raised and our beef and lamb are 100% grass fed and grass finished. However, we aren’t certified “Organic” and frankly that doesn’t bother me. We get asked by almost every new customer whether we are organic or not. My response is always, “That depends on your definition of organic.” You see, if you’re talking about the white and green USDA Organic label, then no, we aren’t and likely never will be. If you’re talking about a chemical, fertilizer, antibiotic, and hormone free farm, then yes we most certainly are. Have you ever looked into what being certified Organic is really all about? Have you ever thought about where your organic food actually comes from? The article below does a marvelous job of uncovering the shady and jaded underbelly of the Organic certification and that it really all means. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE