AN ALTERNATIVE TO TURKEY? MORE LIKE BEEF. MEET LOCAL BUSINESS AMERICAN OSTRICH FARMS

Earlier this month, Geneva Zoltek of Idaho News 6 visited Sustainable Meats, Idaho's newest livestock processing establishment located at American Ostrich Farms in Kuna.  She learned that ostrich is a red meat that's similar to grass-fed beef, with a fraction of the fat content, and a much smaller environmental impact. 

Read the full article or watch the segment on the Idaho News 6 website.

Jessica Jimenez, Sustainable Meats' Plant Manager, speaks with Idaho News 6

Sustainable Meats is a subsidiary of American Ostrich Farms offering local ranchers USDA and custom processing. 


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