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Please NOTE: I'm out of Mustard Greens and other fresh goodies until spring. Please contact me then if you'd be interested. However, Water Kefir is still constantly available, so feel free to contact me about it! Thanks so much! ~Anna
What is Available for Sale: This is Fresh Produce or consumables that I have available for purchase. All of it is 100% naturally Organic & is human food grade as well.
3 week old Mustard Greens
3 week old Mustard Greens
Water Kefir Grains
I have some Water Kefir Grains for sale. (This is Human Food Grade, we drink the water Kefir made from these very grains, and the extra grains I feed to my rabbits) They are fermented in Organic Cane sugar (part of fermentation process) and are very healthy. I'm selling 1/2 cup for $5 (1/4 cup on Amazon sells for $15+ shipping!) and I have several cups for sale. I also have some instructions for making it that you can have as well. 1/2 cup of Kefir Grains makes up to gallon of Kefir, and every time you make it, your Grains multiply. Kefir is a yummy, healthy, sweet fizzy drink, that has some awesome Probiotics and is great for your health. Kefir fizz is similar to soda, except waaayyy healthier. Please e-mail me for more info, or to pickup!
About Mustard Greens:
This is like lettuce, but when it matures it is much more bitter. My rabbits have always seemed to prefer it over lettuce, they seem to like tart/bitter/slightly sweet treats. My bunnies really love this stuff, and I've seen an improvement in their temperament, attitudes, and waste. I'm offering these greens to you in 8 or 10 oz. packaged bags, and it should last you about a week. I can fill several orders weekly, and my main goal is to keep it as fresh as possible. It will be washed in well water, but will have no pesticides, soaps or other unnatural products on the greens. A 8 oz bag is $1.25 and an 10 oz bag is $1.50 (I can sell it in larger quantities as well) Please Contact Me for more info, or pickup. Sometimes I may be able to meet you in Marshfield or Springfield MO to help with gas/transportation costs.
Why should I feed this??
Because they are healthier than processed foods. These are raised in a healthy environment, I do not Spray any pesticides on my garden at all. So instead of buying processed dairy yoghurt drop treats from Wal-Mart, that are not only somewhat expensive, but actually are not healthy for your bunny, you can use natural greens. (the yoghurt drops can cause serious diarrhea and more problems, even in limitation) Now I know some of us already give them just a little lettuce from our Salad at lunch, or a slice of carrot or apple here and there, but sometimes I find it helpful to "supplement" fresh greens as a main appetizer (or main dish!). In-otherwise, I have trouble with feed prices on the rise, spending so many $ every month. So I've started growing Fresh, Organic, Healthy Greens in large amounts, to feed to my rabbits. I don't give them tons, but a sizable handful each, daily is more than enough to meet their needs. I often feed this to my babies on my lap, helping them get "socialized", and adjusting them to treats. This is something that rabbits naturally eat, in the wild they don't wait until 6 months to start nibbling something green, far from it, I think they may even start when they are weaning. So I start my babies on it around 4-5 weeks, slowly (moderately) weaning them on to fresh greens and pellets. More to the point, I have been growing some large patches of Mustard greens in my garden especially lately this fall, and I'm already getting a fairly large "crop" of it in right now. I'll continue to grow it through October, and hopefully November, depending on how my greenhouse can take the climate/temperature changes. Since I have so much of this, I've had some interest by other customers, asking if I would sell some. So now I'm offering these in 8 and 10 oz. packages for your bunny. These are raised in a healthy environment, I do not Spray any pesticides on my garden at all. Mostly this fall I have the Mustard Greens available, and in the Spring I'll have Radishes and Basil as well. (they love Basil, this is their most special treat!! Plus Basil can keep fairly well!) Read more about the benefits of feeding raw here! :)