Sunday, May 22, 2022

Fifth-generation farmer launches subscription beef boxes at historic Northwest farm

AJ Stanaland walks past the 1935 home she grew up on toward a late 1890s flag stop her great great grandfather built, which her family is renovating with plans to host monthly farm-to-table events. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna F. Still)
AJ Stanaland walks past the 1935 home she grew up in toward a late 1890s flag stop her great, great grandfather built, which her family is renovating with plans to host monthly farm-to-table events. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna F. Still)

NORTHWEST — A farmer with decades of experience has launched a new business with a sustainable idea. [Read the full story by clicking the link below]

Northwest Land & Cattle exclusively sells beef boxes, mostly through a monthly subscription, giving customers direct access to the local farmer that raises the cattle.

Dry-aged and pasture-raised, the beef boxes differ from month-to-month and are delivered at customer’s doorsteps, with the family name printed on an eartag.

AJ Stanaland’s idea is rooted in the insistence that as little of the animal is wasted as possible, which runs counter to many mass commercial meat operations.

Customers can’t purchase one-off cuts of meat. If you want Northwest Land & Cattle products, you’ve got to buy a whole box, investing in the whole animal.

Read the full story below:

Northwest Land & Cattle

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