If local farming and wholesome nutrition encompass the niche market, then fast food may accurately be tagged as the antagonist to the mission, being a product of industrialized production and indiscriminate consumption. Farmers and consumers have to objectively examine the differences between local food culture and fast food culture in an effort to shift the needle of consumer participation.Read More
A small business reflects ownership. No two businesses are the same, and a collection of local commerce centers creates a regional landscape that’s as inimitable as a gigantic fingerprint; it cannot be duplicated.Read More
Shirts sporting a distinctive Clarion County outline surrounding the two bars / steer logo you're familiar with from the Clarion Farms signs are back in stock!Read More
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
That's a mantra we live around here. Every individual has remarkable talent, but that talent is worthless in the absence of other people.Read More
Several people have asked me after reading my jottings if I feel threatened by fake foods. Today I’ll address the question.Read More
IT'S WEDNESDAY!! The unequivocal BEST day to live in Clarion, because Wednesdays are the day we re-stock the Beef Barn with all of your favorite cuts.
We're honored to have an influx of new followers who're interested in this bustling farm community we call home. If you're new, welcome! We think you'll love being a part of the family as much as we do.
Let's go over a few details to make sure old friends and new fans alike are on the same page (this is a little lengthy, but worth the read):Read More
The consumer climate we experience today is anticipation’s worst enemy.Read More
Recently I was reading a social thread on Facebook that featured products being sold by a business. In the comments section below, there was the usual accumulation of enthused complementary remarks followed rather abruptly by a series of photos planted by someone else entirely who was trying to rally support for his own business.Read More