Added by on 2020-11-26

For more Stories, Food News, and Cooking Fresh videos, visit The Imperial Stock Ranch, which began in 1871, faces a new and serious challenge to its very survival: how to create new markets for its products to compensate for longstanding existing markets that have declined or shifted overseas. Some bold steps were needed to rethink what to do with the wool from the sheep they raise on their 30,000 acre ranch in Eastern Oregon. Their solution? Direct, value-added marketing to yarn retailers and apparel designers. This is the first in a series of how-to videos funded by the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program and produced by Cooking Up A Story. SARE is pleased to be part of this cooperative venture, and to share the rich heritage, knowledge, and individual stories of some of our past farmer grant recipients. As Jeanne Carver notes in the video, SAREs Farmer Rancher Grants program provided critical assistance for them as they embarked on a new marketing approach. Check out our new series: Food Farmer Earth – a journey of wide discovery about our food Cooking Up a Story – Bringing the people behind our food to life Subscribe to receive the latest videos: Follow us: Google+ twitter Tweets by cookingupastory Facebook Pinterest Website RSS Feed Related PostsFarmers Cooperative Society – Forms of Business Organisation | Class 11 Business Studies104: The Value of Place with Angus Bruce, Head of Design for Landscape Architecture, HassellFarm Bills 2020 explained | Why are Farmers Protesting | Ep 1 – Indian Agriculture by Abhi and Niyuwhat is vertical farming and how does it work || Advantages & Disadvantages || What about FARMERS???Why Farmers Are Destroying Millions Of Pounds Of FoodConfusion With Farmers Associations To Decide On Karnataka Bandh

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  • noviceprepper53 3 months ago

    well done

  • sweet4u21 3 months ago

    I'm with faylinameir. The packaging looks like the same stuff they use for our comforters. Cut the packaging in half and be more green friendly.

  • ccm800 3 months ago

    omgoodness kiss the lamb thats gonna be lambchops? eeep

  • WhiteTiger333 3 months ago

    Wonderful! I was beginning to worry that you processed and dyed the wool yourself. I checked out your website and got the answer. Lovely wool. I'll pass this on to my local knitting shop in case he'd like to carry your product.
    What lovely, sweet-faced sheep you have!