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Local meat processor says demand for locally produced beef remains strong

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Local meat processor says demand for locally produced beef remains strong

Photo LR: Brady Zuck-Wisconsin Cattlemen’s Association, Mike Clark-Lodi Sausage Company & Meat Market, Terry Quam-Marda Angus Farms, Tammy Vaassen-Wisconsin Beef Council, Jeremy Mehesan-American Foods Group, Tyrel Lembke-American Foods Group, Jeff Kaminski -Kaminski’s Chop House & Chula Vista Resort

A local meat processor says his shop stays busy even with higher beef prices. Mike Clark of the Lodi Sausage and Meat Market in Lodi, Wisconsin, tells Brownfield that demand for locally raised meat has been strong. “It’s very strong for the local meat. For the harvest side we’re fully booked for two years, probably for people looking for quarters and halves (to put in) their freezer.”

Clark says quarters and halves are very popular, but the chilly spring has cooled some seasonal retail outlets. “The weather hasn’t exactly helped the BBQ season this year so we’re a bit slower in that regard at the moment but I think that will come back here as the weather warms up. we are very busy People want to stock their freezers and get good quality meat and knowing where it’s coming from is a big part of that.”

Clark participated in a panel discussion Thursday hosted by the Wisconsin Beef Council and the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.

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Callan Tansill

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