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Breezy Hill Update 121811

Posted 12/18/2011 8:56pm by Art Ozias.
  • I had hoped for the milk supply to last through December.  Rosebud is going dry, so I am down to just one cow.  That plus the lack of grass and the cold weather has just about ended the milk supply for this year.  We should be going again in the Spring.  Therefore, for now email me to see if we have any extra.   Especially, for those that have a long distance to drive
  • I will be delivering beef tomorrow.  Everyone has been notified.  The next round of ground beef will be soon.  I should know tomorrow when I can take the next one to be processed.  I will notify those that are getting ground beef just as soon as I find out how many pounds I have.  It will probably be in about two weeks, so watch our updates for the notice and then watch for your email.
  • Here is more information on this wonder substance.  We have reported on this numerous times.   “Astaxanthin is a derivative of the microalgae Haematoccous pluvialis  (it's the part that give salmon and flamingos that eat the algae their orange or pink coloring).

    It is produced when the algae's water supply dries up, forcing it to protect itself from ultraviolet radiation. It's the algae's survival mechanism—Astaxanthin serves as a "force field" to protect the algae from lack of nutrition and/or intense sunlight.

    As an analogy, the way the algae produces astaxanthin is similar to the way your skin cells produce melanin in response to sun exposure.”


    Amazing isn’t it that this controversy seems to have another chapter.  When will the truth be told???


    Here is a good article by  Dr Mark Hyman.  It’s worth reading.  It has some recommendations to fix the problem.

    that's it from the hill.   Art and Debra