How does it work?
Transitioning to organic farming takes time. Converting conventional crop land and pasture to organic takes three years before it can be certified. During conversion and after, the use of toxic, persistent pesticides, most commercial fertilizers, GMO seeds and sewage sludge are strictly prohibited. Organic cows eat an all-organic, non-GMO diet, and are not treated with growth hormones or antibiotics. And they spend a minimum of 120 days a year outside, grazing on organic pasture.