Mia & Bell
Dear Market supporter,
Hello it's me again! If you are not up to trying goats. I also have beef, it’s what’s for dinner. I have quarters halves and a whole steer available.
Bell has been doing very well. Recently Bell took an adventure with the other cows. Now so he can have more freedom to roam, I call all of the cows up from the very bottom of the pasture. It's not an easy task to bring Bells up from the bottom of the pasture. I have to go all the way to the back of the property and then sprint back up to the top with the cows running behind me. It's quite hard.
Recently I was interviewed for a New York Times article. The article was about how this pandemic has affected kids in 4-H programs. That article is also on my website. I got this opportunity through my virtual shows. The reporter found some kids who were doing virtual shows and asked if they would like to be interviewed. I have participated in virtual shows with both my goats and my steer. I have participated in several shows with Bell. You can see the footage I used on my website.
As you may have heard the Clark county fair has been canceled. Even though it has been canceled there will still be an online auction As soon as I know more about the auction I will let you know.. Because I cannot go out to market for the auction I have created a website where you can learn more about my project and see pictures of me and my projects. The website is called stormstreetboers.com. Feel free to visit my website to learn more.
My starting price is $1,000 per quarter. $4,000 is about what I need to break even on a Bell. If you are interested in a part of the steer the buyer is responsible for the cut and wrap of the animal. Thank you for taking the time to read my letter.
If you are interested in my projects or have any questions, please contact me at 360-904-7833 or at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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