Organic meat gracing more holiday tables

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Organic meat gracing more holiday tables

Eleven-year-old Stanton Ott feeds chickens at James Ranch on Thursday afternoon. Stanton is the son of Julie and John Ott. Julie Ott said much of their chickens’ diet comes from foraging on their land. “What chickens are meant to do is forage, not sit in a box and lay eggs,” Stanton said.
Jesse Villanueba, lead butcher at Sunnyside Farms Market, cuts buffalo round steaks at Sunnyside’s location in Nature’s Oasis. Villanueba said Sunnyside’s meat is all natural and comes from East Pines Ranch in Dove Creek.
Bob, a barred rock rooster, lords over his hens on Thursday afternoon at James Ranch.
Jesse Villanueba, lead butcher at Sunnyside Farms Market, cuts buffalo round steaks at Sunnyside’s location in Nature’s Oasis. Villanueba said Sunnyside’s meat is all natural and comes from East Pines Ranch in Dove Creek.

Organic meat gracing more holiday tables

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Eleven-year-old Stanton Ott feeds chickens at James Ranch on Thursday afternoon. Stanton is the son of Julie and John Ott. Julie Ott said much of their chickens’ diet comes from foraging on their land. “What chickens are meant to do is forage, not sit in a box and lay eggs,” Stanton said.
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Jesse Villanueba, lead butcher at Sunnyside Farms Market, cuts buffalo round steaks at Sunnyside’s location in Nature’s Oasis. Villanueba said Sunnyside’s meat is all natural and comes from East Pines Ranch in Dove Creek.
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Bob, a barred rock rooster, lords over his hens on Thursday afternoon at James Ranch.
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Jesse Villanueba, lead butcher at Sunnyside Farms Market, cuts buffalo round steaks at Sunnyside’s location in Nature’s Oasis. Villanueba said Sunnyside’s meat is all natural and comes from East Pines Ranch in Dove Creek.
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