Discover the Rich History of Family Regenerative Farming in Louisiana

March 28, 2023 |

  Embracing Regenerative Agriculture: A Louisiana Family Farm’s Tale of Dedication and Sacrifice Family regenerative farming in Louisiana has a rich history that blends traditional practices with modern sustainable techniques. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the history and development of regenerative farming in Louisiana and explore the sacrifices family farms make to ensure…

Why I should eat pasture raised chicken?

March 25, 2023 |

There are many reasons why you should consider eating pasture-raised chicken instead of conventionally raised chicken. Pasture-raised chicken is raised in a more natural and humane way, which not only benefits the welfare of the animals but also results in a healthier and tastier end product.  Thankfully, in the New Orleans metro area you have…

Enjoying breakfast with fresh eggs

March 22, 2023 |

Cooking breakfast with pasture-raised eggs from Credo Farms can be a truly enjoyable and tasty experience. When you crack open a pasture-raised egg, you’ll notice that the yolks are bright, deep orange, and the whites are thicker and firmer. This is because the chickens that lay these eggs are free to roam around on lush…

Pasture-raised chicken at this New Orleans restaurant

March 17, 2023 |

There is great excitement when a local restaurant decides to support a local regenerative farm. For many people, this represents a shift in the way we think about food and the impact it has on our planet. Instead of relying on industrial agriculture practices that deplete the soil, pollute waterways, and harm the environment, regenerative…

Should we question the use of soy in our food?

March 13, 2023 | Comments Off on Should we question the use of soy in our food?

Soy is a widely used ingredient in many processed foods and is often marketed as a healthy alternative to animal-based proteins. However, recent studies have raised concerns about the potential harmful effects of consuming soy on our bodies. One of the main concerns about soy is its high content of phytoestrogens, which are plant compounds…

Grocery stores that support local farms

March 10, 2023 | Comments Off on Grocery stores that support local farms

New Orleans and the north shore are home to some of the finest grocery stores in Louisiana.  Many of these local grocery stores support Credo Farms as they offer a range of benefits to their customers, to our farm, and the community as a whole. Here are a few of the key benefits: Fresh and…

Why Credo Farms pasture-raised eggs?

March 6, 2023 | Comments Off on Why Credo Farms pasture-raised eggs?

Credo Farms Pasture-raised eggs are eggs laid by hens that are allowed to roam freely outdoors on pasture and eat a natural diet consisting of grass, insects, and seeds. These types of eggs are known to be more nutritious and healthier compared to eggs laid by hens raised in confinement. Here are some of the…

Support local farms

February 2, 2023 | Comments Off on Support local farms

Supporting Louisiana farms is important for several reasons: Strengthening the local economy: By purchasing products from Credo Farms, you are supporting the local economy and keeping money within the community. This can help to create jobs and stimulate economic growth in the area. Promoting sustainability: Your local Louisiana farm uses sustainable and environmentally friendly practices,…

Why pasture-raised poultry?

February 2, 2023 | Comments Off on Why pasture-raised poultry?

Pasture-raised poultry refers to chickens that are raised in an outdoor environment, rather than being confined in a barn or a cage. There are several potential benefits to consuming pasture-raised poultry that are believed to be good for your body, including: Higher in nutrients: Pasture-raised poultry is often higher in nutrients like vitamin E, beta-carotene,…

Solar Chickens?

June 3, 2022 | Comments Off on Solar Chickens?

Have you heard of the latest farming science experiment? As solar panels cover farmland here in southern Louisiana, we are scrambling to find space for animals.