The Mystery of Spent Layers

The Mystery of Spent Layers

In which we reveal our ignorance and find out what happens to egg chickens when they stop laying.
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The Pigs of Wallendbeen Park

The Pigs of Wallendbeen Park

Mr Bone goes to visit the Pigs of Wallendbeen Park while I stay home and fix the website. No, really, it's totally fine, not complaining at all...
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Thank you

Thank you

In which we give thanks to all and sundry and explain why we'll take pretty much any opportunity to celebrate.
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Introducing Burraduc Buffalo milk bliss

Introducing Burraduc Buffalo milk bliss

As we squabbled over the last slice of mozzarella and read up about the Swegens' progressive farming practice centred on respect and empathy, we started plotting a way to ensure a regular supply. 
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Good on ya, Mum, and all that

Good on ya, Mum, and all that

My three adoring sons and partner will shower me with gifts and compliments and refuse to let me do anything but bathe in asses milk perfumed with rose petals.
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We're proud to be slow: a rare offering of 3-4 year-old Gundooee Organic Wagyu

We're proud to be slow: a rare offering of 3-4 year-old Gundooee Organic Wagyu

For almost a decade we’ve been receiving monthly deliveries of whole bodies of Rob Lennon’s excellent, two to three year-old organic Wagyu beef from Gundooee Farm, near Dunedoo, NSW. But two weeks ago, two 10 year records were broken.

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Report from a fire-ravaged farm: The aftermath at Gundooee organic Wagyu farm

Report from a fire-ravaged farm: The aftermath at Gundooee organic Wagyu farm

Every now and then something really monumental occurs that shakes us out of our complacency and brings the reality of farming for a living into stark relief. Like the St Ivan fire that burned more than 54,000 hectares of land east of Dunedoo near Mudgee in NSW last weekend, ripping through Rob Lennon's Gundooee Organic Wagyu Farm on the way.
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Why did the chicken cross the road? Because it could.

Why did the chicken cross the road? Because it could.

Meet the Sommerlad chicken, a slow-growing, athletic bird, selectively bred over 10 years to thrive outside on Australian farms and taste like chicken used to taste. 
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I love the smell of Lynx in the morning

I love the smell of Lynx in the morning

Now we’re deep among the Treacherous Teenager Swamps where the fetid air drips with testosterone, the gorges pound with gangsta rap and every time you glimpse a clear path ahead it disappears in a puff of smoke, leaving a lingering smell of Lynx and unwashed socks.
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Free-range farce gets a reality check but ACCC must do more

Free-range farce gets a reality check but ACCC must do more

Earlier this month, something remarkable happened in the food industry that many had been working towards for years.
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Food labelling: canny consumers should search for the source

Food labelling: canny consumers should search for the source

How are we to reconcile mounting evidence that our food chain is severely compromised with all the marketing to the contrary?
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Our first delivery of Sommerlad Chickens

Our first delivery of Sommerlad Chickens

Ever since we started Feather and Bone as a provider of sustainably-raised, rare breed produce, we've been searching in vain for heritage meat chooks to source and sell.
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