Where's The Beef? Legal and Economic Considerations for Direct Beef Sales
- Date of Publication
- July 12, 2022
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Many beef consumers are interested in purchasing beef directly from the farm, making this a prime opportunity for cattle raisers. This publication discusses how to retail your beef to a direct-to-consumer market, including navigating legal protections, permitting requirements, labeling considerations, and slaughter facility selection. (101 pages)
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