Everything is connected

Everything is connected

Hooray, it's finally raining! But it's still as dry as a chip in many regions where our food is grown - climate change is very real there and it's very real here, too.
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Mr Bone's road trip: 2,400 km, 11 farms

Mr Bone's road trip: 2,400 km, 11 farms

What was dry before is almost haunted now, in the depths of Winter. Happily, the farms we work with are all committed to maintaining their soils...
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Please help two people in need

Please help two people in need

A fire and a series of tragic health problems has left two young members of our extended community orphaned and homeless. As part of the Feather and Bone community, we're asking you to help.
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How to eat like a Queen on a budget

How to eat like a Queen on a budget

How to simultaneously support regenerative farming, eat the best-quality food and balance your domestic food budget
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Nesting instincts & July winners of pastured pork!

Nesting instincts & July winners of pastured pork!

It's fascinating to see the nests that sows build when they're given free range to express their instincts. 
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Simon says...slow roast duck

Simon says...slow roast duck

Basically, you stuff the duck cavity with halved citrus (mandarins and cumquats), cook it at 120 for seven hours and then stuff yourself with ridiculously delicious, falling-apart duck and perfectly crispy duck skin.
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Looking the animal in the eye - farm visits

Looking the animal in the eye - farm visits

The week before last, Mr Bone and the Excellent Apprentice trotted off to the Southern Highlands to visit two farms and 'look the animal in the eye'. This is always a bitter-sweet experience. 
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Lovely weather for pasture-raised ducks

Lovely weather for pasture-raised ducks

It's been an age since we've been able to find them but now  so let's talk about pasture-raised ducks from Tathra Park Farm.
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Redefining lamb and the 'under-loved' cuts

Redefining lamb and the 'under-loved' cuts

In an odd coincidence, we featured twice in the Sydney Morning Herald last week, in Good Living and on page five of the news section.
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Pastured pig competition winners & African Swine flu...

Pastured pig competition winners & African Swine flu...

Feast your eyes on these lovely pigs, trotting through the grass. This is how 3% of pasture-raised Australian pigs live. The other 97% aren't so lucky.
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Ecocentricity and one farm's work to protect biodiversity

Ecocentricity and one farm's work to protect biodiversity

We need to reconnect with a truth that our ancient forebears and indigenous Australians understood without question - our well-being is inextricably connected to that of all the other living creatures in our global community.
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Grass roots response to drought: 8 reports from 8 farms

Grass roots response to drought: 8 reports from 8 farms

We need to foster a much more acute and nuanced understanding of the ways in which our personal choices and actions impact on the world around us and determine what is or isn’t available.
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