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Harvest Haven Certified Chicken

Posted on September 11, 2019 | 0 comments

Perhaps one of the most offensive agricultural odors wafting across the countryside is the foul stench of industrial chicken barns. Tens of thousands of birds per operation are callously robbed of hygiene, health, and happiness. These hideous farms represent the peak of modern food production’s ignorance, arrogance, and stupidity.

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Why Vegetables Need to Fight for Their Existence, The Old-Fashioned Way

Posted on March 25, 2019 | 0 comments


We all know chemical pesticides and herbicides are dangerous for our health and the environment. But, how much consideration is given to fertilizers, either artificial or natural? In this video, Martin briefly describes the effects of fertilizers on the soil and the plants grown in it. He explains the importance of maintaining healthy soil microbiology and growing food “the old-fashioned way.”

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The Enemy is Among Us

Posted on February 27, 2019 | 0 comments
“All cannot rule, nor can all be ruled. All cannot plow, nor can all sow, nor reap. No more can all neglect such employments, else the race would become extinct. Each has his business to perform, his part to act. It is a duty he owes to the rest as well as to himself.” – Joseph P. Bradley

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Harvest Haven Certified

Posted on January 02, 2019 | 0 comments

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 Over the past two decades, we've had many people ask us if we're "certified organic." We've also had many tell us that we should get "certified." We've even had people look at us skeptically when we tell them our food isn't technically "certified organic" but our standards are much higher than is required to be certified.

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Feeding the World

Posted on December 19, 2018 | 0 comments

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A farm regulated to production of raw commodities is not a farm at all. It is a temporary blip until the land is used up, the water polluted, the neighbors nauseated, and the air unbreathable. The farmhouse, the concrete, the machinery, and outbuildings become relics of a bygone vibrancy when another family farm moves to the city financial centers for relief. 

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