Hello all. Thanks for all the interest and comments on Dogfish Head. It would be wonderful if media folks would check in with the companies they write about before they write about them
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It's the moment I've been dreading all summer-- my last day as the Marketing Intern for Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. Noooooo...this cant be it! I dont want to leave! Where did the summer go?! When you think
Chickens here, chickens there, chickens, chickens everywhere! It's true, I have spent a minute or two with some chickens this summer. Located in Greenwood, Delaware, Greenspots is home to Dogfish Head's meat chickens-- not to be confused with our egg laying chickens!
This little intern went to the brewpub. This little intern went for some beer. And this little intern went oink, oink, oink, all the way to Swallow Acres! You got it...this little intern went to visit the piggies!
Milk does the body good they say-- so a visit to Lewes Dairy is a must! My thoughts exactly! It's no secret that I love milk, so it came as no surprise that I was fairly excited about this visit. A tiny
A bison farm? We're in Delaware people; Delaware doesn't have bison...or does it? Point of fact it does-- and it has since 1984 (at least when it comes to the Colvine Farm). Bobby Collins, the big kahuna
Alright Georgetown, Delaware- I came, I saw, and I disposed of any preconceived notions about chicken farms. Smell? What smell? With a stress free environment, these chickens are just hanging out, being awesome.
A short trip down the road from some real turkeys, you'll find yourself at Fifer Orchards.
A turkey farm set in rural Delaware was my first trip of the sustainable summer. T&A Farms is home to 3,500 'all-white hybrid free range turkeys that are all natural' and one black lab named Hunter.