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Enjoy post-Thanksgiving festivities at Rosy Tomorrow’s Heritage Farm Chef Scott showed easy side dishes you can make for Thanksgiving using local produce from all the farmers markets around town. John Trierweiler WINK News loved the roselle cranberry sauce!
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  • December 1, 2016

In SWFL, a completely local Thanksgiving

We were featured in the News Press by reporter Anne Reed, showcasing all the local option for thanksgiving. Here's what she had to say about us: HERITAGE PORK It's not always about the turkey. At Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm in North Fort Myers, the organically raised and pastured 100 percent Red Wattle pigs are in higher demand than previous seasons. Ham and other cuts of the humanely raised and harvested pork are available year-round. This holiday season, owner Rose O'Dell King and her staff are offering a few special items, starting with whole-roasted hogs. ...
In SWFL, a completely local Thanksgiving

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  • November 15, 2016

We’re on TV!

Rose O'Dell King was featured on WINK News - talking about the farm, our food and Friday dining.
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Farm Fresh for You

Our Farm was featured in Gulfshore Life Magazine! Their article by Cayla Childs is a round up of the options to bring the best Southwest Florida meat and produce to your table.
Farm Fresh for You

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  • October 7, 2016

For the love of lard!

Our farm was featured in The News-Press! Read about lard and leaf lard at Rosy Tomorrows, why it's healthy for you, easier to use and less expensive than olive oil.  See how we make it!  Thanks to The News-Press reporter Annabelle Tometich for letting folks know about this fat we all thought was bad for us, but is actually one amazingly healthy fat.
For the love of lard!

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  • September 30, 2016

Rosy Tomorrows featured on NBC2

Rosy Tomorrows Heritage farm owner Rose O'Dell King was interviewed about the GMO labeling bill. Read all about it and watch the video here. There is no guessing involved with the food you get from Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm. "The more people feel unsure about how they can trust their government with their food supply, the more they want places like mine where they have that assurance," said owner Rose King. King raises her animals without antibiotics, and her produce is pesticide free. "I do not have enough meat to keep up with the demand," she said. ...
Rosy Tomorrows featured on NBC2

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  • July 28, 2016

Heritage Breeds – a Last Stand for Real Food

The term “heritage breed” refers to the more traditional breeds of cattle, hogs, chickens, and turkeys that were raised by our forefathers. This is the food that our great-grandparents ate – free from the questionable, industrialized mass-production practices so common in today’s marketplace. These animals were selected and bred to develop traits that helped them thrive in the local environments of the time. What we call, “antibiotic-free, steroid-free, hormone-free, non-GMO, soy-free, natural poultry,” our ancestors just called “chicken.” The truth ...
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Gary Brode from ABC-7 reported from the farm

Gary Brode ABC-7 doing a serious story about antibiotics in livestock feed, got to have a few laughs on our antibiotic-free farm with our Miniature Jersey cows, Beau & Brie.  
Gary Brode from ABC-7 reported from the farm

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  • May 17, 2016

Farm to Plate: Behind the scenes of Hundred Acre Lunch

The Hundred Acre lunches at Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm have been featured by the News Press. Here’s what they had to say (or read the article on the News Press): By Anne Reed When visiting Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm, the farm to table proof is in the fields around the barn. (Photo: Andrew West/The News-Press) Story Highlights Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm hosts guests each Wednesday for the Hundred Acre Lunch. The menu for the farm to table lunch highlights beef, chicken, eggs and pork raised in pastures surrounding the barn. Produce is ...
Farm to Plate: Behind the scenes of Hundred Acre Lunch

May 22nd Jazz Brunch

Kicking off our brunch series on April 10th of this year, our first-ever Hundred Acre Jazz Brunch was a blast! Our farm members and guests enjoyed an artisan-prepared brunch, the live music of Father Al & the Jazz Congregation, and the spectacular Floridian landscapes of our 100-acre heritage farm. This event sold out fast, and with that in mind - we're letting you get a jump on reserving your spot for our next Brunch happening on Sunday, May 22nd featuring the music of the Able Baker Latin/Jazz Quartet. The Hundred Acre Jazz Brunch features all that’s best of ...
May 22nd Jazz Brunch

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  • April 22, 2016