Farm Country

 

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Lancaster, PA

I am no longer vegan-ish. It took me a while to admit this to my friends and family, and even longer to post it here in my little corner of the virtual world. I still feel very strongly about animal rights, but for now I am making the choice to consume animal products. The Westin A. Price Foundation is a resource for those that would like to find pasture-raised, organic meat, dairy and eggs. In an effort to find the most responsible farm products as possible I joined a farm buying club. The items get delivered every three weeks from an Amish farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to a location in a nearby town. Last month Max and I went to visit the farm and check things out for ourselves. The Amish family was very welcoming and I feel comfortable with the care of the animals. The Amish don’t allow their photo to be taken, but we had fun getting to know them and even invited them to visit us sometime. Max loved playing peek-a-boo and chasing the older children on their scooters.

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