Category Archives: Cows in the Cafeteria

Why “Cows in the Cafeteria”??

Each day tens of thousands of children in Georgia’s public schools are fed what former USDA scientist, Gerald Zirnstein dubbed, “pink slime.”  This beef “additive” is found in at least 70% of all ground beef used in fast food and … Continue reading

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Cows in the Cafeteria Farm to Table Fundraiser!

Lazy B Farm would like to donate 1800 all natural beef hamburgers to the local school cafeteria but we need your help!  We’d love to have you attend our Farm to Table event and spend the evening with us. Can’t … Continue reading

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Lazy B Farm Hamburgers with the Students at South Jackson Elementary!

On Thursday, January 26, 2012, Lazy B Farm’s hamburgers were served to the students of South Jackson Elementary School. This banner that hangs in one of the hallways is so appropriate for what it took to make this day happen. … Continue reading

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Lunch at Statham Elementary – Lazy B Farm Hamburgers!

I arrived at Statham Elementary and went to find Paige, the art teacher, also known as UB when in costume Her art students were lining up to head to the cafeteria. While we headed to the cafeteria ourselves, we met … Continue reading

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Cows in the Cafeteria at Statham Elementary!!

I was at Statham Elementary early this morning.  We were announcing the winners of the Cows in the Cafeteria poster contest.  When I arrived, there was Paige at the front door greeting all the children, reminding them that today was … Continue reading

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“Cows in the Cafeteria” – the beginning

“As I was driving by, I noticed 3 younguns alongside the road.  The oldest couldna been more ‘n 7.  They was draggin’ a dead deer behind ’em, happy as could be, takin’ it home I reckon.” Thus was the story … Continue reading

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