During the farm tour on Saturday morning, we discussed how grassfed meats support the environment, by pulling carbon from the atmosphere and storing it deep in the soil though roots of grass plants. Most of the guests were from out of town and don't have farms of their own to do what we do, but they can go to local farmers markets to buy grassfed meats, not only for their nutritional benefit but also for the environment's. We encouraged that.
This led us to feeling gratitude for our own customers, for all of you. We already have wagon-loads of customers who are supporting us, the environment, and their own well-being through the purchase of our grassfed meats. We are deeply grateful for you and are proud to have the relationships we do with you. It has only come over time: weekend-by-weekend, bite-by-bite, slider-by-slider... Our out-of-town visitors made us all the more appreciative of you, and we look forward to returning to the market on Sunday.
Below was Friday evening's guest of honor.
I have been meaning to pose the following question. Would anybody be interested in buying half a beef wrapped in paper, rather than vacuum packaged? We have one customer interested in such a half but we need another to match him. We will take the beef to a different processor who only wraps in paper. Our current processor doesn't use paper anymore. If interested, please let me know.
Yesterday, I picked up four of our hogs, packaged and ready to go. The pork chops look great. If you would like to order any for easy pick-up on Saturday or Sunday, go here:
Thank you for helping us celebrate Mary & Leighton.
We stand in celebration of them and you,
Drausin & Susan