The proprietors here at BiOmega3, LLC are Bill and Kim O'Connell.
Descended from Montana Hi-Line homesteader stock, we're carrying
on the tradition of developing new
In spite of the title of this page, though, this
isn't just "about us".
Healthy diet goes far beyond that, it's
of benefit to EVERYONE. You talk about a win/win...!!
In our case, most fortunately my wife Kim is a
fantastically good cook. In fact we'll be adding a "Gallatin
Gourmet" section to this site down the road.
We used to farm up on the Hi-Line, not too far
east of Glacier Park. Although we were semi-nomadic, and wintered
here in the "Valley of the Flowers", working
various winter jobs, mostly food processing related. Old habits
die hard though, and against all odds, we now find ourselves
farming again in the Bozone.
Oddly enough, in both cases we're farming ground
that doesn't particularly lend itself to the mass-production
industrial ag model. So we've always explored alternatives...
A few years back, when we started raising golden
flax and camelina, and regularly consuming these high Omega-3
products, as well as healthy, locally produced foods (as much
as possible, from our fellow Farmer's Market vendors!), not
exactly quite "all of a sudden" we found our tastes
It's true, once you get used to eating healthy,
there's no going back. Before long you can tell, almost instantly
whether food has nutrition in it, or whether it's just "empty"
Far beyond that, your body starts to demand this
newfound healthy diet! And it's not just humans... Some of our
steadiest customers give these Omega-3 supplements to their
pets, and one interesting story lately was from a gal whose
Jack Russell terrier now refuses to eat dog food without camelina
oil on it!
I don't eat dog food, far from it, but otherwise
I'm about there myself...
are changing in agriculture. The locally produced, healthy food
model is taking hold in a big way. Not only is this of immense
benefit to consumers, but for a change it holds promise for
Direct marketing to consumers, and
wholesaling to health-oriented retailers, eliminating giant
agribusiness conglomerates in the process...
What's not to like?! And besides, it's just not dull at all...