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Little Portion Monastery Farm
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  • Berryville, AR
  • United States
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  • James A Zitting
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  • Ruell Chappell

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Little Portion Monastery Farm left a comment for Doug Joyce
"If you need an Pasture-Raised chicken, please check us out on Well Fed Neighbor... Little Portion Monastery... thanks! Peace. Richard"
Apr 16, 2011
Little Portion Monastery Farm and Michael Day are now friends
Mar 14, 2011
Little Portion Monastery Farm and Master Gardeners ofGreene County are now friends
Dec 31, 2010
Ruell Chappell and Little Portion Monastery Farm are now friends
Dec 7, 2010
daniel krotz commented on Little Portion Monastery Farm's blog post Check out the Article on us in the Springfield News Leader
"Wonderful story...Wonderful Farm! we are SO grateful to have Little Portion as a neighbor. Thank you, Richard Ims, and thank you Sandy Clark for a terrific story."
Dec 4, 2010
Ruell Chappell commented on Little Portion Monastery Farm's blog post Check out the Article on us in the Springfield News Leader !
"amen! I'm not kidding. Amen! This is a great piece."
Dec 2, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm posted blog posts
Dec 2, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm and James A Zitting are now friends
Dec 2, 2010
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Oct 31, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm and Katie Ambach are now friends
Oct 29, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm's photo was featured
Oct 29, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm is now friends with daniel krotz and Lori Howell
Oct 18, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm posted a blog post

Welcome to Little Portion Monastery Farm

We are very pleased to be part of the sustainable agriculture community.We try to grow as much of our own food here as possible.Our largest "crop" is Pasture-Raised Chicken. We use NO Antibiotics, NOSteroids and NO animal by-products.We use Joel Salatin-type pasture pens which are our own design, tweakedfor our challenging terrain.We grow chicken year-round and deliver to commercial accounts and buyers clubsevery two weeks. We also grow pastured hogs, turkeys and goats.If you're interested in…See More
Oct 13, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm and Dale Wayne Jackson are now friends
Oct 12, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm posted photos
Oct 12, 2010
Little Portion Monastery Farm is now a member of Well Fed Neighbor
Oct 12, 2010

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What is your area of expertise?
Pasture-Raised Chickens, Turkeys, Hogs, Goats
What is your favorite vegetable?
carrots

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Little Portion Monastery Farm's Blog

Check out the Article on us in the Springfield News Leader !

Monastery Farm holds cultivation sacred

November 23, 2010

If you wanted to talk turkey with Richard Ims, the sales manager of Monastery Farm, you needed to do it…

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Posted on December 2, 2010 at 12:47pm — 1 Comment

Check out the Article on us in the Springfield News Leader

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Monastery Farm holds cultivation sacred

November 23, 2010



If you wanted to talk turkey with Richard Ims, the sales manager of Monastery Farm, you needed to do it months ago.



Better yet, if you actually want a bird for next Thanksgiving, you might consider joining… Continue

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 12:43pm — 1 Comment

Welcome to Little Portion Monastery Farm

We are very pleased to be part of the sustainable agriculture community.

We try to grow as much of our own food here as possible.

Our largest "crop" is Pasture-Raised Chicken. We use NO Antibiotics, NO

Steroids and NO animal by-products.

We use Joel Salatin-type pasture pens which are our own design, tweaked

for our challenging terrain.

We grow chicken year-round and deliver to commercial accounts and buyers clubs

every two weeks. We also grow…

Continue

Posted on October 13, 2010 at 3:43pm

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