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Review of Fifth Day Farms by TexasRealFood
Fifth Day Farms is a "local business that knows the best chickens and eggs come from chickens that are pasture-raised". Owned by "the Andrews family", "a wonderful family with hearts of gold". They are also a proud member of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association. They moved daily their pastured poultry so that the birds can forage fresh grass and bugs and do what chickens are created to do. Their chickens are "not packed into a close-quartered cage in mass production". You will be "thankful to have found a local business that provides nutritionally clean, healthy chickens for our family". You can even celebrate your "little man's day" for an "animal adventure!" Contact them for a unique birthday party at their farm "as a petting zoo" because your child will be amazed at this "great" gift.
The term “grass fed” (as opposed to grain fed) refers to meat obtained from cows that were raised on a diet of grass and other forage, such as clover; situated in pasture and, when fresh grass is unavailable, hay. This helps to denote the difference between livestock that has been raised in feedlots and generally fed a diet of soy and corn, versus animals that have had access to their natural feeding environment in pasture, which contains grasses, wildflowers, and herbs. This term overlaps with “pasture-raised” and will usually be seen together. Grass-fed beef is also believed to taste better, and be better for the environment, too. There are several organizations that offer a certification for Grass Fed, such as the American Grassfed Association, Certified Grassfed by A Greener World, and Pasture for Life, to name a few.
A non-profit trade organization that encourages the production, processing, marketing and purchasing of poultry raised on pasture. They see pastured poultry as the model for environmentally, emotionally, and economically sensible poultry production that can feed your local communities uniquely nutritious, delicious, and humanely-raised chicken, eggs, turkey, ducks, geese and guineas. Pastured poultry require two things: access to grass (pasture) and frequent movement (rotation). Birds live outside as appropriate for the age of the bird and the season of the year.