Nature's Choice Farm Grows New Web Home
Details the release of the new Web site for Nature's Choice Farm, a family-owned farm in Grant Park, Illinois.
August 30, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Nature's Choice Farm, a family-owned farm in Grant Park, Illinois, has launched its new Web site, available online at http://www.natureschoicefarm.com. The site provides information about Nature's Choice's healthy, natural approach to farming, as well as information about their products, pricing, and delivery services.
Nature's Choice Farm is committed to raising animals in a healthy environment and to producing quality, healthy pasture-raised beef, pork, chicken, and turkey. All of the animals at Nature's Choice are free to roam in pastures, and they are never treated with antibiotics or hormone regimens. Feeds at Nature's Choice Farm are non-GMO.
The Web site for Nature's Choice outlines the process that the farm follows in raising their cattle, chickens (for meat and for laying), pigs, and turkeys. Each animal is raised on fresh pasture, in the most natural and humane manner possible. The chickens are raised in a brooder house until feathered out and pasture-ready. The cattle are fed on pasture in spring, summer, and fall, and fed hay in the winter-never grain. The pigs are free to roam as well, and fed a specially-designed diet.
Nature's Choice's Web site also lists its schedule for summer farmer's markets, where they sell their products. Along with the farmer's markets, customers can purchase a share in Nature's Choice Farm's CSA, to receive a packaged monthly share of products including 5 pounds each of beef, pork, and chicken. CSA shares can be picked up at three points around the Chicagoland area-in Frankfort, Bolingbrook, and Chicago's South side-or at the farm itself.
Nature's Choice Farm's Web site, http://www.natureschoicefarm.com, was designed by Linkpoint Media, a Bourbonnais, Illinois-based Web design company specializing in sites for small businesses and nonprofits. Linkpoint Media has also designed sites for Reach a Village, Garden of Prayer Youth Center, and the Kankakee chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Find them online at linkpointmedia.com.
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