Episode 137. Direct Marketing Meat with Dave and Jenny Scott, Part 4: FAQs
Today’s episode of Voices from the Field – Part 4 of our “Direct Marketing Meat” series – features a question-and-answer session with Dave and Jenny Scott. Linda Coffey asks questions submitted by listeners, and Dave and Jenny provide great answers. You will hear some innovative marketing ideas, as well as more information about production practices and nutrition.
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 are co-owners of Montana Highland Lamb near Whitehall, Montana.
Be sure to check out the first three parts of this series. In Part 1, Dave and Jenny talk about marketing meat and how they started and grew their business. Meat processing was the primary topic in Part 2. And, Part 3 focused on working with customers, assessing profitability, and deciding on the scale of the enterprise.
If you have a question, please do not hesitate to contact Dave or Linda directly at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Related ATTRA Resources:
Direct Marketing Lamb: A Pathway
Putting a Hand on Them: How to Tell When Your Lamb is Finished (Publication)
Putting a Hand on Them: How to Tell When Your Lamb is Finished (Video)
Lamb Cut Guide for Direct Marketers
Creating an Excellent Relationship with Your Lamb Processor
The Lambulator: A Cut-Yield Calculator
ATTRA YouTube Channel, Livestock and Pasture
Working with Your Meat Processor
Montana Highland Lamb Facebook
Please call ATTRA with any and all of your sustainable agriculture questions at 800-346-9140 or e-mail us at email@example.com. Our two dozen specialists can help you with a vast array of topics, everything from farm planning to pest management, from produce to livestock, and soils to aquaculture.
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