“Most people are 4 generations away from the family farm, so information about farming and animal farming is obtained from social media and the Internet. This means that 98% of the population enforce acceptable standards and protocols around animal welfare and policies when they have no direct involvement in growing food or raising animals. Not coming from a background in animal husbandry like my husband, I didn’t fully grasp these issues until I immersed myself in them.
watching the newly hatched chicks arrive, taking care of them, making sure they have enough food and water, and that they have The perfect environment to grow and thrive so that we can provide affordable, healthy food to the consumer is our top priority as farmers. The health of our birds is just as important as the health of our children because our birds are just like our children. When our children are not feeling well, I make a small “treatment sheet”, when they are given medication, how much medication is given, etc. The same applies to our birds. These practices ensure that we Proactively meeting the well-being of our birds by providing care and commitment to our family.“
–Ryan and Rachel Rhodes