Becoming AWA approved
Anybody who knows me knows how much I love animals that’s why we decided to raise our own food it’s not profitable at all and it is really hard work when doing our research and studying farming it helped us understand the importance. I was the kid who begged to go to the fair to visit all the “pets” at the 4h section and I cried with my cousin Terry when her 4h lamb named Lacey sold at auction, so when I found the Animal welfare approved folks I wanted to be approved to encourage and educate everybody I could so they all knew how bad factory farming was. It was not easy AWA flew a inspector from Texas to tour and inspect our farm for one full day and he wrote a 120 report and gave me some recomendation stop even better our farm. To my amazement the AWA folks even offered to put ads in local media not to promote our farm but to encourage and educate the public to seek out humanly raise food and not one media local or in Vegas was interested the RJ even went to act like I wanted free advertising telling me oh there is so many designation in the food industry there is no interest in them any more and they cannot waste their time on my story. The hardest part of farming is the slaughter we hire professionals and we hide in the house any true farmer will tell you this is the hardest part of what we do. We feel the food we raise happy and humanly that is more animals that a re not in those factories .