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"Eating Wisely" 

2011 Fall Farm Festival

Oct. 15th, 2011

Rose Creek Farms Spring 2011 "Eating Wisely" was such a fun day! We would like to thank the farmers for coming out and spending the day teaching us about the work they do and the whole foods they produce. 

Raw Milk:

Charles Steadham and family from Dry Valley Dairy, Forestburg, Texas.

Tommy and Michelle Nue from Circle N Dairy Gainesville, Texas.

Grass-Fed Beef:

Dale and Linda Hudspeth from Texas Healthline Meats, Forestburg, Texas.

Gary and Kathy Waymire and Family from Red Bud Ranch, Chico, Texas.

Mark and Wanda Chapin from Chapin Farms, Argyle , Texas.

Pastured Chicken and Pork:

Dale and Linda Hudspeth from Texas Healthline Meats, Forestburg, Texas.

Ronny and Pam Johnson from Rose Creek Farms, Sunset, Texas.

Raw Honey:

Charles Steele and family, Beekeepers Bee Farm, Bridgeport, Texas

Cheese: 

JD and Margie Anderson (Goat Cheese) Joplin, Texas

Produce and eggs:

Ronny and Pam Johnson from Rose Creek Farms, Sunset, Texas.

Band: "Fourteen 14" Band members - Ethan Jones, Gabe Jones, Autumn Haire, Lindsey Pollard, Jeff Garrison, and Josh Blase. Band was missing one member, who was unable to attend. You can find this band playing regularly at First Baptist Church of Alvord, Texas. Fantastic job guys! Thank you so  much! 

Face Painting: Kathy Byrom, Denton, Texas

Attending organizations:

Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Assoc., Texas Gleaning Network, Weston A. Price Nutritional Foundation, Institute for Responsible Technology No GMO's, Certified Naturally Grown

Thank you to all our family and friends who came out and helped to make this a special day.

Days Activities

We had lots of wonderful food and fun in the sun. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed a little breeze. The grass fed burgers and B-B-Q  was fantastic and was brought to us by Gary and Kathy Waymire from Red Bud Ranch in Chico, Texas. 

 The kids had a great time on the hayrides, black-eyed pea picking and the pumpkin patch. They got to visit the pigs, goat and chickens. They had fun at the pumpkin pie eating contests, face painting, cake walks and the huge slide. At dark we saw the movie "Fresh" out on the pasture. This was a well done documentary giving us a new look at the food we eat today and how it is grown. If you haven't seen it you can rent it on "Netflix". Well worth the look!

To those who were unable to attend this year, we will be having another one next year. See you then!