Lamb has been a staple at Easter tables for hundreds of years. Cooked on a spit, roasted in the oven, or even grilled, lamb is an important element of Easter celebrations in almost every culture.
It’s the new year and if you’re like most of us you’ve made a resolution to get in shape and eat healthy foods. There are so many elements to maintaining a healthy diet and fads like the Paleo Diet, Whole 30, and the South Beach Diet make it even harder to choose the option that works best for you.
You’ve probably heard the passionate arguments in favor of grass fed beef. Grass fed beef is a term used to describe a cow’s diet of grass only. It may have less fat, and more antioxidants and vitamins than your standard, grain fed ground beef.
Paintings from the Stone Age depict humans using honey to treat a variety of ailments. Modern scientific studies have shown honey to be an effective element in healing wounds, minimizing inflammation and gastrointestinal distress.
Our turkeys have been running around all season, eating grubs and non-GMO feed to fatten up for your Thanksgiving table. These delicious birds are more nutritious than your average supermarket bird because of the diversity of their diet.
All-Natural Grass-fed Ground Beef – Now On Sale ($4.99/lb) At Sunrise Farms Storefront in Stuart’s Draft. Come get yours while it lasts!
The hogs at Sunrise Farms, a Berkshire cross, are fed natural feeds without added growth hormones or antibiotics. They are not confined, have access to the outdoors, are well-bedded, and free to move about our farm.
At Sunrise Farms, we raise our Berkshire pork Cross swine the old fashioned way. With plenty of land to roam and giant, long lasting mud holes in which to play, our hogs are happy and healthy.
Feeding your animals a complex diet provides all the nutritional requirements necessary to grow healthier animals. At Sunrise Farms, we believe clean, great smelling grains from reputable farms is the first step to providing the sustenance necessary for animals to thrive.
At Sunrise Farms, we believe strongly in the health benefits of allowing our chickens to roam freely and forage for their food. It’s healthy for the animal, our family and our customers!