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Organic farmers responsibly produce food in ways that protect the natural order of our ecosystem. The difference is palpable in the air, food, water, and soil. Organic farms are free-of synthetic chemicals, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, and toxins. They only use organic fertilizer on the soil, which is rich in nutrients.
Everything on organic farms, from the air, the food, the water and the soil is free from any synthetic chemicals, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and toxins. This means that the food you are eating is the healthiest and most nutritious.
Organic farmers raise their animals in ways that are both ethical and humane, adhering to health and welfare regulations, as nature intended. Animals on organic farms are free to roam outdoors and are fed an all-organic diet.
The techniques practiced in organic farming methods are the most responsible and sustainable form of agriculture and work to protect our eco-system for future generations.
Organic farms adhere to USDA National Organic Standards — the masters of ethical and sustainable farming principles.
Animals on organic farms are free to roam around outdoors rather than forced to live in overcrowded coops, cages or sheds.
Organic farmers provide their animals with an organic diet of organic feed and nutrient-rich grass.
Only organic fertilizer is used for the soil on organic farms making sure it is rich in nutrients and free from any toxic chemicals, pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. This is great news for the animals, for the environment and for your health!
Animals on organic farms are never injected with growth hormones and antibiotics — unlike their friends on conventional farms.
Organic farms use sustainable methods that work with nature to conserve our ecosystem instead of harming it. This is super important for future generations to enjoy our environment, our oceans and it's natural resources.