We know that transparency is a huge priority to our customers. You want to know how our livestock live and are treated. You want to know what they are fed and what they aren’t. You want to see what a day in their life is like, so that you can be assured that you are actually making a difference in our food system by supporting a local family farm.
While not all consumers feel this way yet, we can see that the number of those who do is perhaps growing faster than ever. We especially see this in the number of new customers that we not only have seen in the past year or so, but even the past few months. It’s been really great to see more people wanting to become informed about where their food comes from and wanting to truly make a connection with a pasture based livestock farm. As this new wave of consumer demand continues, not only will our farm continue to adapt to meet it, but our nation’s overall food system will do the same.
So for this edition of Pasture Posts, I have included some videos from the past that do a good job of allowing customers to peer into our operation. I also was able to shoot a video after feeding some hay to one of the cattle herds this morning where I show you how our cattle live during the winter. These older videos are a great way for newer customers to get better acquainted with Watson Farms while returning customers might have also not seen them yet.
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