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Congratulations to FTCLDF member Neil Perin and FTCLDF General Counsel Gary Cox for a successful settlement on the case! What happened to Neil happens far too often to livestock farmers in this country and demonstrates yet another reason to pass the PRIME Act, which could help create the competition needed to end the local slaughterhouse monopolies that exist throughout the country.
Also, need farm marketing advice? Get a sneak "peek" of our new marketing calls offered FREE to FTCLDF members. Listen to this first one for free, whether or not you're a current member.
Falls Church, VA--September 30, 2015--The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund has settled another case on behalf of one of its members, Neil Perin, owner of Arcadian Acres, who raises pork and Randall veal calves near Athens, Ohio. In early 2014, Perin took three of his Randall heritage...more
Last Friday, September 25, FTCLDF Board Member Charlotte Smith started offering monthly marketing coaching calls as a free benefit for ourmembers. As a special gift to you, our reader, listen to this first call for free even if you're not a current FTCLDF member. You have a valuable gift to share with the world and through these calls you will learn to connect with the customers who need your products the most.
Charlotte owns Champoeg Creamery, a small diversified farm in Oregon, and is also the founder of www.3cowmarketing.com, which offers small farms marketing training.
Learn what it takes to build a successful and sustainable small farm through having an effective marketing plan.
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