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We’re Moving In! – Pasture Posts #102

Here’s the weekly roundup from Watson Farms and your direct connection to your farmer. Enjoy the latest edition of Pasture Posts!

Thanks to Kelly for composing this week’s edition!

We are very excited to let you all know that our new building is just about done! We have already moved into both the office and order fulfillment room! Our next biggest move is getting the store moved in. That is going to be a couple day task. Due to this big task we will have to CLOSE the store on TUESDAY (Feb. 7). The NEW Store will open on Thursday if all goes well.

So what does this mean for you all? Well I am glad you asked! (LOL). When you come to pick up an order or shop you will now be able to pull right up to the new building (can’t miss it, it’s the big white building!). There may be some mud or puddles (please be patient with us as we will be getting new gravel laid out as soon as we can!). You will be able to go into the new store and check it out (IT WILL BE BIGGER than it is now!). If you are picking up an order then you will go into the store and the clerk (Rebecca) will be happy to help you with that order.

We will continue to do some work in finishing up some various jobs on the building so you may have to bear with us at times.

This project has been in the making for over a year now. So to say we are excited is an understatement. For the past year it has been chaotic around here with a set up that was not ideal but we made it! We could not be happier with the outcome of the building! We look forward to continuing to grow in the building and using the space to the best of our abilities to better serve you!

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The Direct Impact of Consumer Choices – Pasture Posts #101

Here’s the weekly roundup from Watson Farms and your direct connection to your farmer. Enjoy the latest edition of Pasture Posts!

It’s hard to believe we’ve done over 100 editions of Pasture Posts.  That number is a testament to the interest that consumers have maintained in our farm over the last several years.  This appetite for local pasture based food has not only allowed another generation to steward the land, but also has breathed life into the farm through the various enterprises that have been spun up.  These enterprises have grown our team from basically a three-person operation to a team of 12-15 people employed directly and a great number more in collaboration through other local businesses that provide us with inputs or that we provide our products to.  

A very important part of our story is the fact that our direct-to-consumer approach has allowed customers to have a direct impact on keeping a family on a local farm that could have easily succumbed to development pressures that exist in our area.  Development appears to be an ever-increasing threat for thousands of farms across the country including ours, but we hope that between the appetite of consumers for local pasture based proteins and farmers that are willing to market to these consumers, that farmland can be preserved.  As long as the customer base is strong enough, we look forward to seeing just how many animals can sustainably be produced on 300 acres of pasture!

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Got Questions? – Pasture Posts #100

Here’s the weekly roundup from Watson Farms and your direct connection to your farmer. Enjoy the latest edition of Pasture Posts!

We know that purchasing meat online is a relatively new experience for many of you, so we want to make the process as easy and convenient as possible. So every once in a while we like to post some frequently asked questions to help you better understand the ins and outs of buying proteins directly from a farm through a website.

As always if you have questions as you navigate the website, there is a Help Widget in the bottom right. Type your question there and any relevant help articles will show up. If that doesn’t do the trick, then you can message or call us from that Help Widget as well.

We look forward to the opportunities we have each week to serve you and your family with the best pasture raised proteins out there. Thanks for choosing to source directly from a pasture based family farm!

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