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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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A New Set of Calves! – Pasture Posts #99

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

We just received a set of South Poll calves from a like-minded South Carolina producer. You can see them on the right in the photo as they are walking out to the other cattle from the corral.

We keep them penned overnight after we receive them to give them a chance to calm down from the ride, fill up their belly with hay, and find the water. This also lets us make sure there aren’t any problems with any of them such as an injury or one not feeling well. These were ready to join with the other herd and are doing well.

Our goal is to give them about a year of stress-free pasture life as we rotate them through the various fields. They won’t ever be administered growth hormones, antibiotics, or offered grain. They won’t have to slog through knee deep mud coming up to a feed bunk or hay ring. They won’t ever be sprayed with chemical insecticides to rid their flies. If we work with nature then we find that these problems are taken care of.

For example, we have put of dozens of tree swallow houses around the farm, and since a pair of tree swallows can eat 8,000 flies per day, we don’t see our fly population get out of control. Also, since we don’t feed grain, our cattle’s rumens don’t acidify, and our cattle don’t get sick at near the rate of the industry, which eliminates the need for drugs.

Read more about our cattle here.


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Check Out Our New Subscribe and Save Feature! – Pasture Posts #98

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

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Kelly, Gary, Abby and Noah were in charge of this paddock shift for our group of pigs yesterday which has about 15 hogs ready for processing. We’re taking them off today so that we can get more pasture raised pork cuts in stock for you! Check out the video Kelly shot!

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