Posts tagged Clarion PA
Wednesday: The BEST day to live in Clarion!

IT'S WEDNESDAY!!! The undisputed BEST day to live in Clarion is this glorious waypoint we visit between weekends. Why? Wednesday is the day we re-stock the Beef Barn with all of your favorite cuts!

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Wednesday: The BEST day to live in Clarion!

Wednesdays are the BEST day to live in Clarion, because this is the day we re-stock the Beef Barn with all of your favorite steaks, roasts, and ground beef. Local food happens in Clarion the middle of each week, but you knew that already, right?

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Looking Over the Mountain

For as long as I can remember, farmers in Clarion and the surrounding region have, after reading Lancaster Farming and other agricultural publications from the area, longingly looked East with visions in their minds of the flat and fertile land constituting Pennsylvania’s breadbasket.

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Where to eat this week: Take-Out Tuesday!

If you're going to dine outside your home, you might as well go somewhere that supports local farms. That's why we celebrate Take-Out Tuesday every week! This is the place to check and discover the restaurants that serve Clarion Farms Beef on their menu!

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How to shop when it's freezing.

If you're shopping in Clarion, the Beef Barn is warm and well stocked. Come in, thaw out, and pick up something for a meal that will make this weekend special. If you're planning on shopping in Pittsburgh this Saturday, however, our amenities are a little more lacking.

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Co-Producers

His analogy does a good job driving the point home: even if you haven’t ever set foot on a farm, and never intend to do so in the future, your food buying decisions so influence the growing methods that you’re like a partner in the production practice.

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It's Wednesday! The BEST day to live in Clarion.

Now, be honest: how good do you feel when you ignore meal plans, panic at the last minute, and ingest ready-to-eat junk? Lethargic. Unfocused. Queasy. Generally unproductive. That's speaking from experience, and I don't think I'm alone.

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