What's up with the egg shortage? There are a few conspiracy theories. Learn more & join the conversation.

Opinion Blog Posts

February 3, 2023
There's a Twitter storm of people supposed what caused the chicken egg shortage. Is it mRNA vaccines, avian flu, commercial chicken feed? Here are some of the theories as well as what our farm is doing in response.
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January 27, 2023
In the food industry, nutrition labels are voluntary. If you’ve bought one of our products, then you know that we choose to NOT include nutrition labels. There are a few reasons why. Let's dive in and learn more about why nutrition labels are inherently inaccurate. And, get access to our new Real Foods Nutrition Facts Guide.
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January 13, 2023
The farm finished reviewing last year’s metrics and made its budget for 2023. And, we came to a disappointing but necessary conclusion. We sadly need to raise prices. Learn more about why, how this compares to the rest of the country, and when the price lock is until.
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December 30, 2022
An important tenet of Amish culture is having grace, and it's on the farm team's mind as we roll into 2023. Interested in joining our grace-giving initiative? Read for more details and for 8 ways to extend grace to others.
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December 16, 2022
Domesticated dogs and cats are descendants of wild animals and haven't had time to evolve to eat cooked foods or starchy ingredients. However, processed canned and dried foods have become the norm. Let's explore how a raw diet may benefit your pet and ways to start introducing more bioavailable foods into your dog's or cat's meals.
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November 25, 2022
One of the top customer questions we get is, “Do you vaccinate your animals?” I wish the answer was simple. I wish it was a direct yes or no, but it’s more complicated than that. We do not routinely vaccinate our animals, but it does happen sometimes. Learn more about the situations where we would vaccinate, the conventional vaccine recommendations for livestock, and some considerations for injection vs digestion.
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November 18, 2022
Food security and food resiliency are similar, but the differences are marked. One focuses on the now, and one focuses on the future. At Miller’s Bio Farm, we are constantly working on better food resiliency. It’s a food revolution that we think will create a better food future. Here are 6 big things we are doing:
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October 14, 2022
So few Americans actually know how their food is produced or where it came from. Is there why the "How long does it last" and "Has it gone bad?" questions are abundant in our customer service inbox? And, how Miller's Bio Farm is flipping the script in an attempt to reconnect people with their food.
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September 23, 2022
The current food waste stats in the US are staggering. Here's what Miller's Bio Farm does to be a zero waste food facility. It involves regenerative farming with raw dairy and partnering with Blessings of Hope to donate extra food.
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September 2, 2022
Working environments in modern farms can be pretty awful. I just heard about the Milk with Dignity program, and it got me thinking. Here's some insight into our staff and how the farm operates. Plus, see our employee survey results and pass a message along to the farm team!
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August 26, 2022
Dealing with weight gain and body image with kids through education. Why counting calories and the Piggy Bank Theory doesn't make sense. And, how to view your body as a natural spaceship with nutrition and food as the inputs. The key to health is listening and communicating with your body, and correcting issues may take generations.
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August 19, 2022
I watched a season of Alone, and it really got me thinking about diet. Let's explore the carnivore diet - what is it and why it may work for your body. And let's dig into how we can listen to our bodies despite a confusing food future.
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July 29, 2022
The viral video, religious freedom as it relates to food, legal issues and government intervention. What's the way forward?
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July 22, 2022
Chemicals will continue to exist whether we like it or not. It’s who is exposed and when that’s the question. Let's explore packaging, where it composts, and whether you're comfortable keeping it near your home or pushing it far away. We live in a grossly imperfect world. Although we try to be as natural as possible, chemical exposure is not an “if”. It’s a “when” and “how much” situation.
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June 24, 2022
At Miller’s Bio Farm, transparency is paramount. We have nothing to hide and everything to learn and share. I try my best to live a natural life, but I cannot avoid the fact that I’m surrounded by an increasingly unnatural world. It’s similar when producing natural foods. The farm does its best, but it’s still surrounded by a conventional food world. We’ll be adding an honest disclosure to any products that...
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