Couple starts organic farm in Nebraska
June 4, 2017
BEATRICE, Neb. (AP) — Sirloin the steer has a purpose, and his name offers a hint as to what that purpose is.
He is one of the more than 200 animals that reside at Turning Point Farm in Beatrice, owned by Terri Sue and Ron Mazza. They're an organic farm, which means they grow animals without the use of antibiotics or hormones.
Once he is ready, Sirloin will be heading to what Ron calls "freezer camp."
Naming livestock that you plan to eat may be seen as a bit unconventional, but unconventional is what Turning Point Farm is all about, Terri Sue told the Beatrice Daily Sun (http://bit.ly/2q...