Robert Gately of Campbell Farming Corporation Announces First of its Kind New Community Comprised of 160 Acre Farms and Ranches
Santa Fe, NM – Robert Gately, CEO of Campbell Farming Corporation is proud to announce the launch of Santa Fe Farms and Ranches, a community of all quarter-section (160-acre) farm and ranch properties.
The new community from Campbell Corporation is located in a magnificent mountain area between the capital city of Santa Fe and Albuquerque, yet with compelling peace and quiet.
The new properties from Campbell Corporation feature the classic high desert look with wildflower-strewn meadows, rock outcroppings, natural southwest landscape filled with fresh Juniper, Ponderosa and Pinion Pine and views of 5 mountain ranges.
Farms and Ranches was designed… Continue reading
Want a fresh way to spend time with family and friends? Then Pick-Your-Own farms may just be the right answer for you. It is the best and probably the only way to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables even if you do not have enough space in your garden to grow them.
The Pick-Your-Own (PYO) farming system is also popularly known as U-Pick. It is a type of farming where customers are allowed to harvest locally grown produce. PYO encourages customers to eat while picking; thus, the entrance fees at such venues usually cover any produce that may be consumed. Despite… Continue reading
The new FDA Food Safety Modernization Act is changing the requirements for food traceability and overall authority that the Secretary will have to inspect the facilities of producers. While this law goes so far as to grant authority to the government to shut down the operations of a business that fails to meet specific criteria, many small farms and manufacturers are being exempt from required registration. The three main criteria for exclusion are determined by the operations of the business and to whom the products are sold.
If the gross sales of a business are below the threshold of $… Continue reading
Throughout the world today, nations are turning to the wind power to meet ever growing energy needs. Large-scale wind turbine construction is continually being developed and implemented to help solve the energy problems that face us. While the basic operation, production and installation of these massive machines might be similar to that of smaller units, there are also some major differences to take into account.
To produce a large quantity of electricity for schools, manufacturing plants or even entire cities, equipment of tremendous proportions must be built. Regardless of where they are located, wind resources must be maximized to make… Continue reading
When it comes to poultry keeping, you may think about chickens first. Chickens have always been one of the favorite animals that farmers liked to keep for centuries. It is not surprising, for the demand for chicken eggs and meat are continually on the rise, and studies show it will continue thus in the future. However, as of late, more and more farmers raise ducks. It has been found that an average of about twenty-two million ducks is raised every year. Indeed, duck rearing is becoming fast popular.
Duck rearing can be an enjoyable and profitable endeavor. Their eggs contain… Continue reading
Chickens are one of the hardiest farm animals that one can keep as pets. As long as they are given a clean environment with fresh feed and water every day, these animals barely get sick. But, because they are outdoor animals, it is impossible to protect them from every type of risk. A chicken owner can better prevent certain illnesses if they are aware of the types of common diseases that affects poultry.
Possibly the most common ailment that a chicken will be exposed to is external parasites. Common predators are Lice and Mites. Unless one handles his or her… Continue reading
People raise chicken for lots of reasons. After all, people have been raising chicken since 5400 BC. The domestication of the chicken has largely evolved into a major food production undertaking for human consumption. Today, domesticated chickens in farm houses are more various than wild fowl in forests across the world.
And why would you and I want to raise chicken?
I have my own reasons, and you probably have yours, too. For me, I just want to go back to the old charm of the countryside after spending sometime in the city. I want to enjoy the smell of… Continue reading