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Are You on Facebook or Instagram? We'll Feature You!

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October 4, 2023


Good morning,

It's Remi and Bo today!

Are you on Facebook or Instagram?

If so, I have a favor to ask...

We would love for you to share photos and videos of your family receiving, cooking, and enjoying our meats!

Tag us @davidspasture in your post, story, or reel and we will feature you!


We want to grow our farm so that we can serve more families like yours, who value delicious, pasture-raised meats from trustworthy farmers!

By tagging us on your Facebook and Instagram posts, you are helping other people find farmers they can trust.

NOTE: If you have a private account we cannot see your posts. But feel free to send us your photos and videos directly and we will gladly share them on our page!

Thank you for supporting small family farms like ours. You are making a difference in your food system with every bite 💙

Your farmer,



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