Bringing Independent Farmers into the Marketplace

Bringing Independent Farmers into the Marketplace

Bringing Independent Farmers into the Marketplace

Fifteen years ago, it was unheard of for a small farm to sell beef to a supermarket. Supported by a SARE grant, grass-fed beef farmer Diana Endicott founded a family farm co-op to bring goods to market. Today, Good Natured Family Farms includes over 100 family farms and distributes products to 30 supermarkets, including meats, fruits, vegetables and specialty goods. SARE grants continue to support farmers in determining the most profitable ways to market, distribute and sell their products.

Discover a wealth of practical resources on building local and regional food systems.

Want more information? See the related SARE grant(s) FNC98-239, A Consumer Driven System to Natural Beef Marketing , and FNC97-171, Creating the Link: Cooperative Marketing of Organic (All-natural) Beef .

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Format: Videos
Year: 2018
Location: Kansas | Missouri | North Central
 

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