Organic Eggs/Milk/Meat on Pasture and a Better Environment

A project in Nunn, CO by Justin Norton

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Provide Fort Collins area with chicken/duck/turkey, eggs & milk with a low carbon footprint grown on pasture while improving local soil
Backers: 111
Average Pledge Per Backer: $74

Funded: $8,192 of $8,000
Dates: Jan 24th -> Mar 18th (53 days)
Project By: Justin Norton
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Latest News

Just when you thought the ducklings couldnt get any cuter...

March 15th - via:
A new batch arrived of 2 day olds....  (Read More)

Happy Pekin Ducks

March 6th - via:
 These happy ducks are 2 weeks old as of tomorrow. Boy do they grow fast (and eat a lot)  (Read More)

Pasture Raised TUR-DUCK-EN

February 27th - via:
TUR-DUCK-EN My wife and I were talking the other night and it finally dawned on us....We are the only source of PASTURE raised, GMO free/SOY free turkeys, ducks, and chicken all in one place. We could time a flock to finish at just the right size... (Read More)

Beautiful Weather...Well Kind of

February 24th - via:
 We had a very cold night and fog, followed by beautiful sunny skies...The result trees with snow and bare ground.  (Read More)

Many have asked what type of feed I will be using

February 24th - via:
Some of the supplemental feed is grown on farm organically (lettuce/greens/brocolli/potato/carrots/tomatoes/etc). There aren't quite enough bugs to meet the protein needs in our system so I am trialing a new project this year to grow soldier fly... (Read More)

A landscape drawing says a thousand words!!

January 27th - via:
Pasture Grazing Cycle  This drawing may look like a 2nd graders drawing (thats about where my skill level is) but it depicts a cycle of grazing by the goats, egg layers and meat birds across the 80 acres of land in a very simple way (not to scale... (Read More)

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