Direct Marketing Meat with Dave and Jenny Scott. Part 3: Relationships
In this episode – part 3 of our “Direct Marketing Meat” series – Dave Scott and his wife, Jenny, join Linda Coffey to talk about aspects of working with customers, planning pricing, assessing profitability, and deciding on the scale of the enterprise.
Dave and Linda are livestock specialists with NCAT’s ATTRA sustainable agriculture program. Dave works out of NCAT’s headquarters in Butte, Montana, and Linda is on the staff of NCAT’s Southeast Regional Office in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Dave and Jenny also are co-owners of Montana Highland Lamb near Whitehall, Montana. During the discussion, Dave and Jenny emphasize the challenges and rewards of their business and the importance of relationships – family, business partners, and clients.
Dave, Jenny, and Linda will be back next week with a different format – taking questions from listeners. You’ll hear some innovative marketing ideas, as well as more information about both nutrition and production practices.
Related ATTRA Resources:
Working with Your Meat Processor (Podcast)
Working with Your Meat Processor (Publication)
Building a Sustainable Business, MISA/SARE
Montana Highland Lamb Facebook page
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The National Center for Appropriate Technology, in cooperation with USDA Rural Development, Montana State University, and Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (WSARE), is pleased to announce the 1st Annual Soil Health Innovations Conference. This national conference will be held at Montana State University on March 30 and 31, 2020.
The 2020 Soil Health Innovations Conference will bring together producers, industry professionals, educators, and students who are at the cutting edge of soil health across the country: On-farm practices, soil biology, carbon markets, and public policy. Join us for a far-reaching exploration of agriculture’s sustainable future.
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