Kansas City is currently a hot bed of Heritage farmers connected through local and national restaurants. They are mission driven but also hardened business men. Public conversation is all about free-range, organic, no antibiotics, etc., but that is
only part of the story. No one is talking about the genetics of these livestock. We
should be talking about where these animals are from, what their lineage is, not just
how are they are being raised and treated on the farm. Let’s meet the small farmers who are paying attention to genetic integrity and biodiversity in livestock. These are also the farmers supplying some of the nations best meals. Hear from Craig Good, Joseph Hubbard and Frank Reese on this special in the field report from Leah Eden on HeritageRadioNetwork.org. This piece was sponsored by Paradise Locker Meats.


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Kansas City is currently a hot bed of Heritage farmers connected through local and national restaurants. They are mission driven but also hardened business men. Public conversation is all about free-range, organic, no antibiotics, etc., but that is
only part of the story. No one is talking about the genetics of these livestock. We
should be talking about where these animals are from, what their lineage is, not just
how are they are being raised and treated on the farm. Let’s meet the small farmers who are paying attention to genetic integrity and biodiversity in livestock. These are also the farmers supplying some of the nations best meals. Hear from Craig Good, Joseph Hubbard and Frank Reese on this special in the field report from Leah Eden on HeritageRadioNetwork.org. This piece was sponsored by Paradise Locker Meats.