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Gaytan Family Farm

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Gaytan Family Farm

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Edelmira is a strong Badass Latina Farmer. Always a lady, today she greeted us with her manicured hot pink nails, rhinestone cap, and patent leather farm boots. She successfully runs and manages Gaytan Family Farm with confidence and pride. She has a lot to be proud of, managing multiple farm locations from Miraloma all way to Nipomo, and employing her family members, many of them women. Knowing how animals are raised is a big consideration for folks buying eggs these days. Orange Home Grown wants to see firsthand how 300 Gaytan Rhode Island Reds live. Be assure, these finely feathered Reds live in quiet area outside in fresh air, enjoy ample space and shady or sunny places to nap or to take a dirt bath. A couple of colorful towering roosters keep numerous hens in line, while they cluck about and lay their eggs. The abundance of farm scraps such as carrot tops, kale, and other greens, in addition to supplemental feed of oyster shells, grit, and scratch compose their healthy diet. Grape seeds are given once a year to help boost their egg yolks golden color. Gaytans use chicken manure for fertilizer on the farm, thus creating a closed loop system. Gaytan Family Farm recently renovated an adorable eye catching farm stand adjacent to their land located at Chino and Cypress Avenues in Mira Loma. Rows and rows of strawberries interplanted with sweet red onion in the middle dominate the 5 acre property. They are also growing beets, carrots, and radishes on this fertile land surrounded by new housing development. We learn that Gaytan strawberries are grown without pesticides or herbicides, which is good for people, planet and their pickers. This field can produce 200-250 flats of strawberries per day! Strawberries are California springtime staple, but a controversial crop. Conventionally grown strawberries make top of the 2016 Environmental Working Groups Dirty Dozen list, so strawberries grown without pesticides and fungicides are a must!

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