Primal Pastures Raises Money, Grass Fed Beef and More with Kickstarter

Paul Grieve from Primal Pastures joins us to talk about Primal Pastureshow they successfully raised money using Kickstarter to fund their grass fed beef and farm expansion


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More info on Primal Pastures their Kickstarter project:

Primal Pastures

Primal Pastures Kickstarter Campagin

Primal Pastures Facebook Page

About:

Do you know where your food comes from? Do you know what it’s fed, injected with, or what quality of life it experiences? We think you should. Our goal at Primal Pastures is to produce food that we feel good about feeding to ourselves, our children, and our grandchildren – food that is grown responsibly, sustainably, and according to nature’s brilliant design. We believe that there is a better way – a higher calling if you will – that we truly are or will become what we eat.

Primal Pastures is the outgrowth of:

1. A belief that we are experiencing a major food crisis
2. A sound idea of how to fix it

3. A vision of raising the best meat in the world produced in Southern California

In 2012, we launched a humble little ranch operation in Temecula, California. We did this with a dream of producing premium grade, healthy and happy poultry, beef, lamb, pork, and turkey raised locally, sustainably, and responsibly by healthy farmers for healthy families. Starting on one acre of pastureland, we began to raise 54 free-range, pasture pure, primal chickens and accrued a waitlist of more than 100 families before the first batch of birds was even ready. Although our farm has grown since then, we have still never been able to catch up with the demand for local, high quality meats.

Thank you Paul for sharing the Primal Pastures story!

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  • Mike K

    Interesting interview.

    On the t-shirts — I stumbled upon vistaprint and they have really good deals on tshirts and stickers especially with the massive discount coupons they regularly mail out. It was very easy to set up and order stickers. Prices get better in bulk. I can’t speak to the t-shirt quality.

    $5 a name to post on FB. How many names can you type in an hour times 5 = worth my time. Am I missing something?

    • ChrisStelzer

      I think most people want to pledge in the $50-100 range from my understanding.