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Our hogs are raised on our farm in hooped barns using straw and cornstalk bedding. Our chickens are raised the old fashioned way in older farm buildings. We feed no antibiotics, drugs, hormmones, or animal by-products.
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Our products are produced using sustainable environmentlly friendly methods. We use small State Inspected processing facilities.
People are searching for healthier food products and the aronia berry, a purple berry similar in size to a blueberry, is considered to be three times healthier than a blueberry. Various internet sites list the aronia berry as having from 5 to 10 times the amount of antioxidants as compared with other red berries. Research indicates that the berry can greatly reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. The berry is popular in Europe, and the berries' popularity is expected to skyrocket in the U.S. because of the berries' attributes. Aronia berries can be used to make wine, jams and jellies. The berries are good in baked goods, yogurt, sorbet, and other foods, just like a blueberry. We have lots of recipes you can try.
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U-Pick Aronia Berries
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U-Pick Certified Organic Aronia Berries. Come to Madsen Stock Farm, 80 miles west of Des Moines, and pick aronia berries grown on certified organic acres. The berries should be ready from about mid August to mid September. We live in the beautiful rolling hills of western Iowa with fantastic views from our aronia bushes. The bushes are about 5 feet tall and you can sit on a bucket and pick the berries. The bushes are loaded with berries this year. The berries are free with a $.50 per pound donation to the IFC. (the $.01 price is only for letting the IFC know your are interested.) Email email@example.com or call 712-563-3044 for more information, recipes, to set up a time to pick , or to purchase frozen aronia berries. Aronia berry information can be found on our IFC producer information page under additional information, or by searching the internet.