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Why should you buy beef in bulk? Why not just insta cart all your groceries?

Buying beef in bulk can be both economical and environmentally friendly for several reasons.

  1. Cost Savings: Purchasing beef in bulk typically results in a lower cost per pound compared to buying smaller quantities. This is because bulk purchases often come with discounted prices or wholesale rates, saving you money in the long run. Additionally, buying in bulk can help you avoid frequent trips to the store, saving on transportation costs.

  2. Reduced Packaging Waste: When you buy beef in bulk, you can often choose to have it packaged in larger, more environmentally friendly containers or even bring your own reusable containers. This reduces the amount of packaging waste generated compared to buying smaller portions that come in individual packaging, such as plastic trays and wraps.

  3. Minimized Food Waste: By purchasing beef in bulk, you can portion it out according to your needs and freeze the rest for later use. This helps minimize food waste since you're less likely to let meat spoil in the fridge. It also allows you to plan meals more efficiently, using up all the meat you've purchased before it goes bad.

  4. Supports Local Farms: Many bulk beef options come from local farms or ranches, which means you're supporting small-scale, sustainable agriculture in your community. This helps strengthen the local economy and promotes environmentally friendly farming practices that prioritize animal welfare and land stewardship.

  5. Reduced Carbon Footprint: Buying beef in bulk reduces the frequency of trips to the store, which means fewer emissions from transportation. Additionally, purchasing meat from local farms often means shorter transportation distances compared to meat that has been shipped long distances, further reducing carbon emissions associated with its production and distribution.

  6. Encourages Sustainable Practices: When you buy beef in bulk from farms or ranches that prioritize sustainability, you're supporting practices such as rotational grazing, which can improve soil health, water retention, and biodiversity. These practices help mitigate the environmental impact of beef production by reducing soil erosion, enhancing carbon sequestration, and preserving natural habitats.

In summary, buying beef in bulk is not only cost-effective but also environmentally friendly due to reduced packaging waste, minimized food waste, support for local farms, and lower carbon emissions associated with transportation. By making bulk purchases of beef, consumers can contribute to more sustainable food systems while enjoying economic benefits. We encourage you to support your local farmer, no matter what part of the country you are in. At Broken Yoke Ranch, we believe we are in this together, all farmers, making food more nutrient dense and economical.

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