In uncertain times, taking measures to assure your family has enough food and nutrients is a smart move. In addition, this makes less work for your farmer than smaller meat orders that don’t last you as long.
In our experience, ordering large amounts of meat at one time saves everyone a headache: I can just ask my farmer for what I need, and for several weeks afterward, I can pull out what I want from our freezer to use during the week. I can also relax knowing that I always have plentiful meat on hand in case of an emergency, and can experiment with whatever cuts I want
in the meantime.
Ordering bulk meat is also convenient for meal planning, avoiding immediate effects of inflation (hint: order sooner than later!), and avoiding constant trips to the butcher or grocery store. I highly recommend that everyone who loves meat order bulk meat vs buying small amounts at a time. The only bottleneck to this experience is the size of your freezer…and I promise, a deep freezer is worth it!
Do we use mRNA vaccines on our livestock?
I wanted to take some time in this month's blog to address questions we've been getting about "mRNA vaccines" being used in livestock. If you've been following social media, you may have seen conflicting information which has been causing a lot of confusion and fear....