Episode 98. Poultry Processing Strategies

In this episode, Ann Baier, a program specialist with NCAT’s ATTRA sustainable agriculture program, talks with California pastured poultry producers Caleb Barron of Fogline Farm on the central coast of Santa Cruz and Gary Roberts of Zenter’s Fogbound Farm in Petaluma during a break at the recent Small Farm Conference at the University of California Davis.

Ann, who works out of NCAT’s California office in Davis, talks with Caleb and Gary about the essential role that the availability of processing – and the processing rules that go along with operations of varying sizes – plays in pastured processing.

For more information on this topic, contact Ann Baier directly at annb@ncat.org.

Related ATTRA Resources:

Poultry Processing

Other Resources:

Fogline Farm

Fogline Farm Facebook

Zenter’s Fogbound Farm

Zenter’s Fogbound Farm Facebook

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