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Following the program of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, several male members of Muhammad Mosque No. 45 have pooled their finances, knowledge, and skills to cultivate the raw milk dairy known as Pure Farms.
Brother Victor stresses the importance of ownership and the need for people to grow their own foods. “There is nothing like seeing where your food comes from. There's nothing like eating from your own land or garden. That's the best food you can have on your table. We can't keep depending on others to feed us. We need to buy land,” he said.Twice a day, farm manager Kelvin Muhammad milks over 20 cows to fill gallons of raw milk that is sold to consumers. He and his wife reside on the farm and he feels he has found his purpose in life.Along with the raw milk, Pure Farm is also selling raw butter, cheese, eggs, and whey protein. Soon customers will be able to eat honey produced by their bee houses situated on the land. There are plans to further expand the dairy and to use the other 20 acres that the brothers own.The students and staff from The Elevated Places School saw the farm firsthand during a day-long field trip. Brother Kelvin demonstrated how the cows are milked and then how the milk is bottled. The free range chickens, which supplied the eggs for the morning breakfast, along with how bees produce honey was also explained to the children.“It was great for the children to see where their food is coming from. Many of us just go the grocery store without thinking about the work it took to produce what is on the shelf. We're building this so our children can see that it can be done,” said Brother Victor. Tune in to hear how Brothers have pooled their resources to DO FOR SELF !!!! CALL IN # 347.857.514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow
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