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Organic Chickens, A2R Farm, Farmland LP, Corvallis, OR
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Pastured laying hens outside their new, custom built house enjoy fresh grass and afternoon sunshine. They are accompanied by visitors who are supporters of the Farmland LP model to convert conventional land to certified-organic, pasture-based production in order to get organic’s price premium. Farmland LP counts on tenant farmers, whether sheep, chicken or veggie farmers, or producers of wheat, alfalfa or hay, to be able to pay a percentage of their profit to lease Farmland land.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Uploaded: 05/06/2013
Atualizado: 02/07/2014
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Tags: oregon; corvallis; farmland lp; vitality farms; organic; farm; chickens
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