As the health benefits of grass-fed beef, such as higher levels of healthy omega-3 fatty acids become common knowledge, a new start up in Seattle is making it easier for small ranchers to sell their cows, while providing consumers with choices when purchasing grass-fed beef. Crowd Cow is purchasing cows directly from small producers in order to sell directly to an eager consumer market. But instead of simply marketing the beef, Crowd Cow allows producers to share stories about their livestock and about their ranches, so consumers can make an informed choice when they purchase grass-fed beef. Crowd Cow was recently profiled in the New York Times.
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Jim Zagelow says
How does a small farmer sell his animals to crowd cow . We raise beefalo cattle. They are low in cholesterol and very lean and USDA endorsed breed of animal. Any information would greatly be appreciated. Thank you Jim Zagelow
Carrie Stearns says
Hi Jim. If you’re interesting in becoming a supplier, you can visit https://www.crowdcow.com/farms for direction. You can also email [email protected] or send a text to (206)539-0639. Good luck!