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Keeping Beef in the Pipeline – Pasture Posts #93

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

We have seen exceptional demand for our 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef this year! So much so that we have had to rely on partner producers more than ever. We’re very thankful to folks like Hickory Nut Gap Meats and their network of producers as well as our friends at Polyface Farm who we visited this week.

Check out the video below as the cattle get the land legs back after being on the trailer for a while.

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More Forgiving Farms – Pasture Posts #92

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

One goal we have on our farm is to never have bare soil. There are several reasons for this which we’ll outline in this edition of Pasture Posts, but they all revolve around carbon sequestration and soil and water conservation.

Some might see our pastures at certain times of the year and say that we waste grass. But the truth is that none of the grass that is left standing or is trampled by the cattle is wasted. In fact, it is performing very valuable work, but the results of this work is not always evident immediately. Carbon sequestration is a highly valuable activity that is set into motion by herbivores like buffalo in nature and by cattle on our farm. Read more on this in Pasture Posts #12.

As we often mention in this newsletter and on tours, the hooves of the cattle help feed the soil while their mouth helps feed them. They trample more grass than they eat! This is a great way to transfer carbon from the atmosphere to soil where it can be an asset rather than a liability. Did you know that every one percent of organic matter can hold 20,000 gallons of water per acre? That’s a lot of resiliency that is unlocked by capturing carbon!

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Please welcome our newest team members! – Pasture Posts #91

We sincerely hope that everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving this week! Be sure to take note of the modified deadlines below.

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

We wanted to introduce you to two of our newest team members: Daniel Taylor and Jordan Bishop.

Daniel is our new Fulfillment Manager and works hard to accurately assemble your orders as you place them on the website. He also organizes our various freezers to make things as efficient as possible when assembling orders as well as to keep the inventory moving out in the correct order. He also pitches in on chicken processing days when we need all the hands we can get. He plays an increasingly important role here at Watson Farms as more and more customers like yourself continue to find us each week.

If you would like to send Daniel a word of welcome and encouragement, you can reach out to him at daniel@watsonfarms.com.

Jordan has stepped up to become our new full time delivery driver. He will soon start serving all of our Home Delivery customers in each city that we serve. We believe that our delivery business is a major driver of sales in each area that we serve, and it takes dedicated, hard-working people like Jordan to perform this important task for our farm. This is the last step in getting our pasture raised proteins into your hands, and we know that Jordan and all of our other drivers strive to make these deliveries go smoothly.

Give Jordan a shout out at jordan@watsonfarms.com.

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