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Pastured Animals Deserve Good Care and Good Nutrition

Unlike wild animals that are basically free to roam, domesticated animals are limited to a certain space – a pasture (ranch), a feeding pen, a corral. Cattle, sheep, goats, and other domesticated ruminants are a gift to humanity. They convert … Continue reading

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Edible Schoolyard Project: Continuing the Conversation with Mike Callicrate

Watch Mike Callicrate’s recent presentation at UC Berkeley with Edible Education 103: Edible Education 103: The Politics and Economics of Meat by Mike Callicrate and Bob Martin with Michael Pollan Sponsorships Edible Education is a lecture course at UC Berkeley, … Continue reading

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Edible Education 103: The Politics and Economics of Meat by Mike Callicrate and Bob Martin with Michael Pollan at UC Berkeley

Published October 19, 2012 | Updated October 22, 2012 Lecturers MIKE CALLICRATE is an independent cattle producer, business entrepreneur, and political activist. He serves as an outspoken leader in addressing the rural, social, and cultural impacts of current economic trends. … Continue reading

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