Cage-Free Eggs: Catching On

The Humane Society of the United States has a right to crow! They are gaining traction on their cage-free egg movement and the list is beginning to read like a “Who’s Who” of the food world.
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Engineering an Organic Farm: Crown S Ranch

Jennifer Argraves, Crown S Ranch, talks about the farm that she and her husband, Louis Sukovaty, own and manage. Jennifer tells us about how they raise and market beef cattle, pigs, sheep, turkeys, broiler chickens, and eggs.
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Engineering an Organic Farm

Raising more than 400,000 pounds of hay and grain to produce more than 48,000 pounds of meat and 4,500 eggs on 150 acres of farmland is no small job. Jennifer Argraves and Louis Sukovaty are literally running from sun up to sun down. Louis is an electrical and mechanical engineer by trade and Jennifer is a civil engineer. Both apply their systems thinking to every project on the farm, looking for ways to let the “process” do all the work.
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Jennifer Argraves and Louis Sukovaty, Crown S Ranch, Winthrop WA

Jennifer Argraves and Louis Sukovaty are engineers by training – she, civil engineering; he, electrical/mechanical engineering – and combine their training with their passion: farming.

On Crown S Ranch, you will find grass-fed cattle, pigs, laying hens, chickens, and turkeys on our certified organic pastures in Washington State’s Methow Valley. Argraves and Sukovaty combine traditional
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