What is organic

The organic farming movement learned about organic practices in India during the 1920s. The reasons for producing and purchasing organic food are individual and can be complex. The organic movement is built on a fundamental principle: healthy soils lead to healthy crops, healthy animals, healthy humans, and a healthy planet. Organic crop and livestock production focuses on building soil organic matter and biology to create a sustainable, dynamic environment for producing healthy food and feed

How Organic

  • Cows and calves are fed 100% organic feed.
  • Organic crops, fodder and pasture are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
  • Land used to grow organic crops must be free of all prohibited materials for at least three years prior to the first organic harvest.
  • Synthetic milk replacers are prohibited. Calves must be fed organic milk.
  • All are free roaming cows
  • Only approved health care products are used.Antibiotics are not allowed.
  • Each farm is inspected and audited every year. Any farm can be inspected unannounced at any time.

Why Organic

1. Stop eating chemicals.

A lot of chemicals like ungicides, herbicides, and insecticides are majorly used in the conventional farming and also in all the food we eat. Organic is safer and free from chemicals.

2. Organic food is fresher.

Organic produce dosent have the preservatives for life extenion. So it always safe to eat and fresh from the farm.

3. It’s better for the environment.

Organic farming practices reduce pollution, conserve water, reduce soil erosion, use less energy, and replenish valuable nutrients in the soil.

4. It’s better for farm workers.

Pesticide-free farming is also better for the farmers and animals

5. Organic foods are richer in nutrients.

Organically grown foods have more vitamins, minerals, enzymes and micronutrients than commercially grown foods because the soil is nourished with sustainable farming practices. On average, organically grown foods provide: 21% more iron, 27% more vitamin C, 29% more magnesium and 13% more phosphorus than their conventional counterparts.

6. NO GMOs.

The genetically modified foods can potentially harm our health, it is certain that GMOs adversely affect the biodiversity of our crops and the sustainability of our ecosystems.

7. It’s better for wildlife.

Organic farming increases the diversity of plants and animals because it relies less on chemicals and more on environmentally sustainable farming practices.

8. Organic is more humane.

Organically raised animals are not given harmful antibiotics or growth hormones. They are not fed animal byproducts, which increase the risk of mad cow disease, and they are given more space and access to the outdoors to keep them healthy and happy.

9. Investing in the future.

When we buy organic we are investing in sustainable farming that can be enjoyed for many generations to come.

10. It tastes better!

Well nourished soil produces healthy, strong plants and organic foods are often grown with a focus for taste over appearance.