Rainbow Ranch Farms Holistically-Raised Heritage Turkeys
Perfectly-Raised Open-Foraged, Free-Range "Terroir" Heritage Turkeys
It's really easy to see why Rainbow Ranch Farms pasture-raised, open ranging, heritage turkeys are considered number 1 in the nation, today.
With small family farms popping up all over the place, research indicates that the majority, follow commercialized, industry standards.
Rainbow Ranch Farms has set new standards from old methods and, the results are clear, pure and are even considered to be the gold standard.
Most turkey ranchers buy day old poults from commercial hatcheries. RRF, has breeding stock and, they breed naturally. This is sustainable.
Hatcheries vaccinate birds to comply with interstate transportation and, disease control guidelines.
Vaccines are designed to cross critical biological barriers and, these toxins and vaccines can transfer to the end consumer. RRF do not vaccinate any of their perfect turkeys. They are naturally healthy especially, since they get all their necessary antibodies from the parent flocks. This is sustainable.
Most turkey ranchers use products to kill parasites in turkeys, this indicates that they have parasitical problems in their flocks. The problem is that these products also destroy microbiomes in the human gastrointestinal tract. So the consumer will lose what good digestive bacteria they have.
RRF does not have a need for these destructive agents since, the turkeys are not pastured on plain lawn grass, known to be riddled with parasites and, other invasive pests,. This is sustainable.
Sustainability is not just an empty word, Sustainability has a definition and, it means something. it's a lifestyle, it's a cycle that can stand alone. Sustainable is an adjective for something that is able to be sustained, i.e, something that is “bearable” and “capable of being continued at a certain level”. In the end, sustainability can perhaps be seen as the process(es) by which something is kept at a certain level.
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With so many Americans experiencing allergies to common grains such as corn, soy, wheat and gluten it's imperative that farmers start to care more about their customers and, consumers than, their own personal interests.
Most small farmers and, ranchers feed their pastured turkeys corn, soy, wheat or, even worse. Some will call it "local grains" or, "organic grains" others, "sprouted grains" or, "ancient grains". They are all problematic for various well known reasons. Some grains contain gluten. Gluten is responsible for triggering allergic reactions in people who suffer from gluten sensitivity and, celiac. Most grains are a problem due to the high content of deadly molds such as mycotoxins and, these are known to cause many health problems including, but not limited to organ failure, blood disorders, leaky gut and, cancer.
The commercial food industry tears down hundreds of thousands of acres of rain forests to grow these grains. Another problem is that these grains are treated with ionizing radiation in an attempt to control the amounts of deadly molds. None of this should be included in the word "sustainable or organic".
RRF does not use commercial grains by any fancy name. Instead, RRF livestock consume FOOD. That's sustainable.