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Celebrating 10 Years

July 16, 2020

Thanks for joining us! We'll update this blog with a new video each week as we continue to celebrate 10 years of positive change at Riemer Family Farm!

Video 3: Planting Diversity

What would you say if Bryce said that beef is just a byproduct of our farm? See what he means and how the diverse plants in our fields come together to help build healthy soil and produce incredible, nutrient dense beef in the video below.

Key Points from the Video

* Our pastures are home to over 18 different plant species!

* Diverse plants have different root structures that allow the plants to uptake different nutrients, resulting in a nutritionally complete diet for the animals.

* We make hay off of our own pastures to feed our cattle and sheep throughout the winter months to keep them 100% grass-fed year-round

* Monocrops require chemical and synthetic inputs to keep the crop healthy, however, the diversity of the plants in our pasture keeps everything healthy on its own - no chemicals needed!

* The diverse plants are home to many different insects, birds, bees, and butterflies

Read a written transcript of the video here.

Video 2: Better Soils, Better Beef 

Take a look at how soil management over the last 10 years has improved not only the pasture and soil health, but the flavor and quality of the beef you eat, too.


Key Points from the Video

* Grazing stimulates root growth, which feeds the soil and breaks up compaction.

* Having healthy soils helps to protect the pastures from extreme rain or drought

* Worms, insects, and microbes are essential to soil health.

* Rotational grazing on our farm has improved the microbiology in our soils and improved the structure, which both help to produce more nutrient dense forage, and therefore, more nutrient dense beef and other meat products

* Diversity in our pastures over the last decade has helped improved the soils, too, as different plants have different root structures that can make different nutrients available to the plants and animals

Read a written transcript from this video here.

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Video 1: Introducing Change for the Better

Enjoy a brief introduction with Jen and Bryce below, before we head to the pastures in the coming weeks to see the incredible proof that the meat you eat is helping to make some positively wonderful change in the world.

Read a written transcript from this video here.

July 2020.

It almost slipped by, but we stopped and realized that this month marks our farm's 10 year anniversary.

While Bryce's father and grandfather before him started and continued the original beef herd in 1927, it's been 10 years since Bryce and Jen took over the farm and turned it into what we now know as Riemer Family Farm.

We wanted to take the time to stop and share a reflection of the last decade with you. While it seems like a trivial event in these current times, we still wanted to stop and share, because this special anniversary is not a celebration of us. Rather, it is a celebration of all of us and the community and positive change that we have all come together to create.

It's a story of hope, change, taking chances, overcoming incredible challenges, and beating the odds. In these most trying times, we figured that was exactly the kind of story that we all would like to hear. 

Thank you, again. We'll have more next week. Message me at riemerfamilyfarm1927@gmail.com or comment below with any questions you would like us to answer. Thanks!

Anastasia Wolf-Flasch

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