R.I.P. Sheila: 2008 - 2018

R.I.P. Sheila: 2008 - 2018

Sheila and her husband, Brian, were an incredibly glamorous, young Belgian Campene couple who entered our lives about 10 years ago with a flurry of exquisite, picturesque plumage. 
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Going against the grain: fire, drought and grain-feeding at Gundooee

Going against the grain: fire, drought and grain-feeding at Gundooee

Despite the prolonged and horrific dry climatic conditions across the state and beyond, Gundooee Organics has been fairing relatively well in regards providing quality and organically-certified feed for the cattle.
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Never bare the earth: news from our farms

Never bare the earth: news from our farms

Guided by the principle of never baring the earth and thereby retaining topsoil and moisture, regeneratively-managed farms are generally much more resilient in the face of extreme weather and these farmers don't end up facing the dreadful crises portrayed by the media of farmers forced to shoot skeletal animals and facing pastures reduced to dust.
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Wallendbeen pig feeding July 2018

Mr Bone's road trip days 1 & 2: South West Slopes, NSW

Last Sunday, Mr Bone set off on a road trip to visit seven or eight farms starting in the Riverina, up to Orange and back through Mudgee. This is the first report from that trip covering three farms and we'll be posting more as he goes. 
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Why we think it's so important to go on farm trips

Why we think it's so important to go on farm trips

We live in a period of unprecedented dissociation from our food sources and we believe it's critically important to 'open up the line of sight between the farm and the consumer'*.
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Supporting farmers in drought by buying their produce

Supporting farmers in drought by buying their produce

We think the most useful support we can provide is to continue buying their produce.
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Whole pig butchery class review 14 July

Whole pig butchery class review 14 July

The lovely Elle was one of 12 students at our last Intro to Whole Pig Butchery class on 14 July. She made a cool little video which gives you a great idea of what our classes are like.
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Mud and Bone Winter Feast meat tray winners

Mud and Bone Winter Feast meat tray winners

Each setting on the four long tables at the event was laid with lovely Mud porcelain plates, a menu, a Mud gift wrapped in brown paper and a small, bleached bone from the whole animals we receive at our butchery.
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Mud and Bone Winter Feast

Mud and Bone Winter Feast

On Saturday 30 June, we hosted a feast for 104 at Mud's Marrickville studio. We called it the Mud and Bone Winter Feast and billed it as a celebration of mud, blood, bone and fire.

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Celebrating Christmas without The Bad Bits in Winter Not Summer on Whatever Day You Want

Celebrating Christmas without The Bad Bits in Winter Not Summer on Whatever Day You Want

The idea of having to endure more than one Christmas a year is enough to send us scuttling under the table with a bottle of Poor Tom's finest and a fist full of valium. But, yesterday was the shortest day of the year and it was icy across Southeastern Australia. It got us thinking about winter feasting...
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A pig nest and Extraordinarily cute piglets

A pig nest and Extraordinarily cute piglets

This is a gorgeous video taken by Michael Hicks at Extraordinary Pork last week. He's showing how one of his sows turned her nose up at the hay they provided for her to farrow in (give birth) and sourced her own materials.
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Mud and Bone Winter Feast

Mud & Bone Winter Feast

We're bringing together the best of the inner West and putting on a fiery winter feast and we'd love you to come.

Feather and Bone & Mud Australia invite you to an intimate dinner for 100 at Mud Australia’s Marrickville studio. 7.00 pm Saturday 30 June.

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