Just as we care for our land and our animals, we care for the people who are involved in each aspect of our business from farmers and field workers to those who manufacture our products.
Just as we care for our land and our animals, we care for the people involved in each aspect of our business, from the animal stewards and field workers to those who manufacture our end products. We purchase from regional producers and U.S. factories to help shrink the wage gap. As a result, all workers earn a living wage, even our part-time employees. Right now, we buy lambs at a very competitive market rate from small, independent family farmers in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
Part of creating a regenerative business is ensuring that we are contributing to our local economy’s health and creating economic value. We know that the more money that goes back into the hands of ethical land and animal stewards, the better for their land, animals, families, and community. We’re committed to ensuring our producers, workers, and partners receive fair compensation because we believe we all benefit when they do.
It’s also vital that we respect the planet as we work to ensure our company is profitable and able to pay people fairly. We understand a good bottom line and ethical, climate-friendly practices don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
Our farm and our partnerships are proving that ecology and economy must be in harmony, and caring for the earth and all who live on it can be a successful business model.