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Paul Greive on Raising Chickens that are Good for the Planet

Sustainable Dish Podcast

Pasturebird started as a 50-bird backyard operation and has grown into one of the world’s largest pasture-raised chicken farms. Paul Greive was first on the show years ago when Pasturebird was just beginning its growth. Now, he is back on the show to share what’s been going on at the farm. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners. Patrons get access to ad-free podcasts, exclusive videos, a discussion community, and much more. Go to sustainabledish.com/join to support my work. A big thanks to the sponsor of today’s show, LMNT.  LMNT is an electrolyte drink mix that has everything you need and nothing you don’t -  no artificial ingredients, food coloring, gluten, fillers, or sugar!  LMNT comes in lots of great flavors, and when you go to sustainabledish.com/LMNT, you’ll get a free sample pack with your purchase. Plus, they have a convenient subscription program that makes it easy for you to keep your favorite flavors fully supplied. Head over to sustainabledish.com/LMNT to give it a try.  Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com.

45mins

8 Nov 2022

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#6 - Paul Greive @ Pasturebird

ReGen Brands Podcast

AC and Kyle chat with Paul Greive of Pasturebird. In this episode we learn about Pasturebird’s origin story, the company’s north star of scaling pastured poultry to the masses, why chickens actually should eat grains, how Pasturebird found an ideal partner in Perdue Farms and so much more. Links: Pasturebird Instagram LinkedIn Follow Kyle and AC on LinkedIn

59mins

19 Aug 2022

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#234 - How to Fix Chicken Farming with Regenerative Agriculture, with Paul Greive of Pasturebird

The Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Podcast

Whether a fatty snack or nutritious meal, all the food we consume has a massive impact on our bodies. That’s why it’s important that we have access to foods that are safe, nutritious, affordable, and, ideally, work in harmony with the environment. Paul Greive is an accountant, marine veteran, family man, and founder of Pasturebird. Pasturebird is one of the largest pastured poultry producers in the US that uses regenerative farming and provides people with more nutritious meat that comes from a more natural environment.  This accountant-turned-farmer believes everyone should have access to ethically-produced, nutritious food, which is why it has been a true joy for him to be one of the people pushing forward and re-inventing a new-old way of farming. In this episode, Cory and Paul talk about the journey of building Pasturebird over a decade. Paul shares his life in the military, his battle with Lyme disease, and starting a pasture-poultry farm business with only 50 chicks, to raising millions of chickens without using a single antibiotic or drug. Paul addresses the problems in the food industry and the future of farming with the regenerative agriculture movement.   ⭐ SPONSORED BY: Saybrook University   -- -- 💌 BETTER WORLD WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: The Better World Weekly is a weekly newsletter written and published by Grow Ensemble Founder and Podcast Host, Cory Ames. For the latest insights, analysis, and inspiration for building a better world, join the 1000s of changemakers and social entrepreneurs from all sectors all over the globe who get this email in their inbox every Monday.   Subscribe >>> https://growensemble.com/newsletter/ -- -- 📄 Full Show Notes - Links, Transcript, & More SUPPORT THE PODCAST: Leave a Review (on Apple Podcasts!)  Subscribe to the Newsletter Share the Podcast on Twitter or LinkedIn   GROW ENSEMBLE: YouTube Twitter LinkedIn   ABOUT CORY AMES: Newsletter Twitter LinkedIn Website

1hr 6mins

19 Jul 2022

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083 AgEmerge Podcast - Paul Greive Pasturebird

AgEmerge Podcast

Paul Greive, is Pasturebird’s Co-founder and VP of Sales and Marketing, located in Temecula, California. Paul shares with us Pasturebird’s awesome story and what has driven their team to reinvent American poultry production. They’ve worked to scale the production of regenerative poultry, raising over two million chickens without antibiotics or drugs. They’ve kept their focus on the land, the animal, and the consumer all while improving the soil every year. Paul says, “we use nature as our template, and move animals to fresh pasture every day.” Listen in and Monte and Paul discuss this great American story of passion, innovation, and regeneration.Paul grew up in downtown Seattle and was a college athlete with no interest in food or agriculture. His farming journey began after contracting Lyme disease from a tick bite during Marine Corps sniper training and experiencing the joint pain, brain fog, and decreased performance common with the autoimmune condition. After returning from Iraq in 2009, he and his family started eating paleo and grew frustrated with the lack of pasture raised meat available in Southern California. In 2012, they ordered 50 chicks and raised them in the backyard as a fun project. Mimicking their mentor, Joel Salatin, they raised the birds in mobile coops on pasture, moving them every single day. The birds sold out instantly, and the business started to take shape, especially when the LA Lakers and LA Dodgers players became their first wholesale accounts. Pasturebird has continued to grow into the largest pasture raised chicken operation in the world, and they’re hyper focused 2 things: 1) making true pasture raised + nutrient dense chicken more accessible and affordable, and 2) re-integrating animals and crops in a regenerative, closed loop system. The primary means for accomplishing this is Pasturebird’s Automated Range Coop (ARC), a 6,000 bird floorless mobile coop that drives itself to fresh pasture every daily using solar power.https://www.pasturebird.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulgreive/Got questions you want answered? Send them our way and we’ll do our best to research and find answers. Know someone you think would be great on the AgEmerge stage or podcast? Send your questions or suggestions to kim@asn.farm we’d love to hear from you.

1hr

10 May 2022

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Scuttlebutt Ep 35: “Farmer” Paul Greive from Marine Intelligence to Chicken Farming

MCA Scuttlebutt

This week Vic sits down with Paul Greive, a former ground intelligence officer turned SoCal sustainable, certified wildlife friendly pasture-raised chicken farmer. His company, Pasturebird, is a wholesale pasture poultry operation located just a few miles east of Camp Pendleton, where Paul spent much of his fleet time. Paul talks to us about how his passion for good, sustainable, nutrient-rich food started from his need to cure his symptoms from Lyme disease. And then what began as a Facebook post inquiring to see if anyone wanted to buy some chicks exploded into him leaving his accounting firm in Orange County to becoming one of the pioneers on the forefront of sustainable and humane farming. Find Paul online: https://www.pasturebird.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulgreive/ https://www.getrealchicken.com/ The views and opinions expressed on Scuttlebutt are those of the individuals and do not reflect the official position of the Marine Corps Association. Produced by Nick Wilson, Vic Ruble, William Treuting, and Nancy Lichtman. The post Scuttlebutt Ep 35: “Farmer” Paul Greive from Marine Intelligence to Chicken Farming appeared first on MCA.

1hr 1min

9 May 2022

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Scuttlebutt Ep 35: “Farmer” Paul Greive from Marine Intelligence to Chicken Farming

Marine Corps Association Podcasts

This week Vic sits down with Paul Greive, a former ground intelligence officer turned SoCal sustainable, certified wildlife friendly pasture-raised chicken farmer. His company, Pasturebird, is a wholesale pasture poultry operation located just a few miles east of Camp Pendleton, where Paul spent much of his fleet time. Paul talks to us about how his passion for good, sustainable, nutrient-rich food started from his need to cure his symptoms from Lyme disease. And then what began as a Facebook post inquiring to see if anyone wanted to buy some chicks exploded into him leaving his accounting firm in Orange County to becoming one of the pioneers on the forefront of sustainable and humane farming. Find Paul online: https://www.pasturebird.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulgreive/ https://www.getrealchicken.com/ The views and opinions expressed on Scuttlebutt are those of the individuals and do not reflect the official position of the Marine Corps Association. Produced by Nick Wilson, Vic Ruble, William Treuting, and Nancy Lichtman. The post Scuttlebutt Ep 35: “Farmer” Paul Greive from Marine Intelligence to Chicken Farming appeared first on MCA.

1hr 1min

9 May 2022

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25: Pasturebird Founder Paul Greive Talks the Future of Farming & Regenerative Practices

The Primal Kitchen Podcast

This week, Morgan sits down with Paul Greive, a former marine-turned-farmer and the founder of Pasturebird. Pasturebird uses regenerative farming to build a pasture-raised poultry farm.  Greive talks about his past life in the military and a battle with Lyme disease that resulted in him adopting the paleo lifestyle and becoming a farmer. Greive took a deep dive into learning about regenerative farming, learning about responsible animal agriculture and its lasting effects on soil, and developed his system to raise true, pasture-raised hens on grass living off fresh grass with access to the sun. He learned the staggering difference in nutrient density for regenerative farming compared to conventional.  Greive discusses his humble beginnings as a start-up farm struggling with distribution, and how Primal Kitchen founder Mark Sisson gave his brand the boost it needed in his early days. Listen in as he spills on his favorite PK product (Buffalo!) and the future of farming. 

57mins

4 Apr 2022

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FoA 299: Scaling Up Pastured Poultry with Paul Greive of Pasturebird

Future of Agriculture

Pasturebird: www.Pasturebird.com Prime Future newsletter: https://primefuture.substack.com/ Join the FoA Community: www.patreon.com/agriculture Paul Greive and his in-laws decided to raise 50 chickens in their ¼ acre backyard, when those sold quickly he bought more, eventually becoming the largest pastured poultry producer in the country.  To scale Pasturebird, they built their own automated range coop to autonomously move 6,000 birds to new pasture every day using solar energy. This growth and innovation caught the attention of one of the largest animal protein companies in the country, Perdue Farms, who acquired Pasturebird in 2019. Janette Barnard returns to co-host today’s episode which is an incredible story of entrepreneurship, technology, regenerative farming, and a glimpse into the future of agriculture.

41mins

23 Feb 2022

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043: Farmer Paul Greive: Breathe LIFE into Planet Earth, Animals & Your Own Inner Healing

Future Generations Podcast with Dr. Stanton Hom

Join the Libertas Health Freedom Community here Get your copy of the Heart of Freedom 2 recordings here Join our email list here: http://thefuturegen.com Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Instagram: @futuregenpodcast In this episode, Farmer Paul brings a depth of hope and inspiration to a world that is seemingly degenerating at a alarming rate. Fueled by his military career, Faith and his own inner healing, Farmer Paul literally breathes life into the Earth, his animals and his customers. The story of Regenerative Farming is the story of healing Planet Earth and Humanity from the inside out.  Paul Greive is the founder of Primal Pastures and Pasturebird, and a leader in regenerative agriculture where livestock animals are being utilized to build healthy soil, sequester carbon, and provide nutrient dense food.  After growing up a city kid and completing a career in college track and field, Paul's interest in food as medicine started after contracting Lyme disease during Marine Corps sniper command school in the backwoods of Virginia.   He and his family adopted Paleo back in 2010 and they started to understand more about the misleading label claims currently in the meat industry.  They ordered 50 chickens for their backyard, and the business was born.   Today, Primal Pastures feeds more than 1,000 families around Southern California with pasture raised beef, lamb, pork, chicken and even wild caught fish.  Paul is currently focused full time on Pasturebird, a project that aims to scale pastured livestock production to help make nutrient dense meats more accessible and affordable nationwide. Stay Connected with Farmer Paul:   Websites:  https://primalpastures.com https://www.pasturebird.com Instagram: @primalpastures,@pasturebird Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalpastures ___ Stay Connected with the Future Generations Podcast:  Instagram: @futuregenpodcast, @thefuturegensd  and @drstantonhom Facebook: Future Generations Podcast and Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic  Website: Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic , Future Generations Podcast Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify!

1hr 2mins

10 May 2021

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Conference Keynote: Price with Paul Greive

The Direct Farm Podcast

Listen to Paul Greive challenge the 'cost-plus' pricing model in his Keynote Session on Price from the DIRECT 2020 Farm Conference. Learn why fewer options are better, from bundles to flat-rate pricing. Show Notes:Link to Tom Bennett's talk at DIRECT 2020 (mentioned in the episode):https://www.directfarmconference.com/price-tom-bennettRead more here:https://www.barn2door.com/blog/direct-farm-conference-speaker-paul-greive-of-pasturebird?__hstc=222833540.27d14b09b2dd22de361d173a26cb9b0e.1633454048048.1634057568637.1634070995079.5&__hssc=222833540.8.1634070995079&__hsfp=122364210 

26mins

4 Sep 2020

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