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October 2014

in Blog, Farmlife

Free-Range kids

Recently, we hosted a group of elementary kids.  It was so much fun.  They got to feed the animals, collect eggs, milk the goat, learn how to make mozzarella cheese, harvest pistachios from the tree, pet the kittens, and so much more. While everyone seemed to love the trip, the teachers were curious about the free time the students had.  We feel strongly about the importance of free time.  Here at Flip Flop Ranch, we believe that free play is important for the proper development of children.  Plus if you want your child to experience what real farm life is like…

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in Blog, Farming, Natural Health

Health and modern farming

While obesity is on the rise, ironically so is malnourishment. It is strange how such well fed people can be lacking in basic vitamins and minerals. This malnourishment is contributing to issues as severe as cancer or to the daily misery of chronic fatigue syndrome. We all know that the modern diet of most Americans is unhealthy. In fact, the average American is deficient in at least three vital nutrients. Data on American eating habits show that we prefer a one item meal, already prepared. Vegetables are side dishes and Americans don’t have time for something so superfluous.  In just…

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