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TO ALL THE MICRO-FLOCKERS, BACKYARD FARMERS, MARKET MERCHANTS AND ORGANIC FREAKS… WE ARE HERE TO HELP.

GET TO KNOW New Country Organics

Tips From

KEVIN FLETCHER

OUR IN-HOUSE, ORGANIC ORACLE.

LEARN FROM THE BEST

ORGANIC EGGS.

HAPPY FAIRY PRINCESS.

 

THE HEALTHIEST CHICKENS LAY THE TASTIEST EGGS. YOU AND YOUR KIDS WILL NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE.

CHICKENS 101

KELP

GOOD FOR YOU.
GOOD FOR THE COWS.

SEE WHY

Intro to Organic with Coop Dreams

[embed]https://vimeo.com/242100457/62e6e4ce4d[/embed] In Episode 2 of Coop Dreams Season 3, Brad Hauter met with Jim and Kevin at our Texas Mill Outlet in Lubbock to discuss the demand for organic feed, as well as the differences between organics and Non-GMO. In this video, Kevin highlights one key factor: all organic is non-GMO, but not all non-GMO is organic. The difference between conventional agriculture and non-GMO is simply the seed, as all other conventional practices are allowed under Non-GMO Project Verification standards. Organic truly is the gold standard, as evidenced by the chart below: For further information on GMOs, check out our article "GMO? Or Non-GMO? That is the question!" on our blog.


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The Soup!

We made E! Online's The Soup! Now that backyard flock tending is entering the mainstream, please help us press the urgency of doing it organically. Together we can convert more acreage to organic. And take the food chain back one delicious, healthy, ecologically good egg at a time. Thank you for supporting organics. Way to go Coop Dreams! Watch the Soup clip, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrNEgX3o7c4&sns=em


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Intro to Organic with Coop Dreams

[embed]https://vimeo.com/242100457/62e6e4ce4d[/embed] In Episode 2 of Coop Dreams Season 3, Brad Hauter met with Jim and Kevin at our Texas Mill Outlet in Lubbock to discuss the demand for organic feed, as well as the differences between organics and Non-GMO. In this video, Kevin highlights one key factor: all organic is non-GMO, but not all non-GMO is organic. The difference between conventional agriculture and non-GMO is simply the seed, as all other conventional practices are allowed under Non-GMO Project Verification standards. Organic truly is the gold standard, as evidenced by the chart below: For further information on GMOs, check out our article "GMO? Or Non-GMO? That is the question!" on our blog.


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Tips from the Oracle

Red wine is also a good source of tannins, but we recommend keeping the Cab, Merlot and Pinot Noir to ourselves.

 

Parasite Management February 24th

Come learn effective, holistic approaches to parasite management and learn how to do fecal flotations and parasite egg counts. Feel free to bring your own microscope to look at slides! Click here for free tickets. Thanks!


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As discussed in one of our previous articles, egg development is a rather complicated process that is completed in a mere 25 hours. Proper egg development, however, begins long before the actual formation of the egg. Nutrition and general maintenance throughout the early life stages of the bird are what truly sets the bird on track […]

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In Episode 2 of Coop Dreams Season 3, Brad Hauter met with Jim and Kevin at our Texas Mill Outlet in Lubbock to discuss the demand for organic feed, as well as the differences between organics and Non-GMO. In this video, Kevin highlights one key factor: all organic is non-GMO, but not all non-GMO is organic. The difference between […]

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That’s right! If you’ve been following Brad and his crew at Coop Dreams, you can catch up on any episode you missed starting tomorrow for the next 3 weeks! Coop Dreams will have all of season 3 episodes available on VOD for rental or download beginning Friday September 9th at 8:30 am ET. Three bonus […]

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The Organic Farmers

Improving health, soil, environment and living conditions of our farm animals

 

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