Oklahoma farmers want people to buy locally amid rising meat prices

SIGN UP FOR NEW ANISE MEAT PRICES THIS MORNING OKLAHOMA FARMERS ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TO BUY LOCAL, OF COURSE THE COUNTRY SEES RISE IN BAUECSE PRICES FROM PANDEMIC SUPPLY CHAIN ​​CRISIS AND FROM LABOR SHORGETAS JAKE MILLER OWNER OF WESTERN FARMS TO LOCAL FARMERS AND RANCH. DO NOT REFISH THE HIGHER PRICES TO THEIR CUSTOMERS. IT ALSO SAYS LOCAL FARMERS. GENERALLY HAVE BETTER MEAT SELECTION OUT WEST FARMS SELLS B TYHE MEAT POU

Oklahoma farmers urge people to buy local amid soaring meat prices

The country is seeing prices rise due to the supply chain crisis related to the COVID-19 pandemic and labor shortages.

Oklahoma farmers are encouraging people to buy local as meat prices soar. Miller, the owner of Outwest Farms, says local farmers and ranchers aren’t passing the higher prices on to their customers. He also said local farmers generally have a better selection of meat. Outwest Farms sells meat by the pound and offers free delivery in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma farmers are encouraging people to buy local as meat prices soar.

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The country is seeing prices rise due to the supply chain crisis related to the COVID-19 pandemic and labor shortages.

Jake Miller, owner of Outwest Farms, says local farmers and ranchers aren’t passing on the higher prices to their customers. He also said local farmers generally have a better selection of meat.

Outwest Farms sells meat per kilo, and it offers free shipping to Oklahoma City.

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