This is the 3rd and final episode recorded live from the Hudson Valley region of New York. In this 47th episode of the EATYALL Podcast, we go behind the scenes of two different farm tours featured on our previous two episodes. This behind-the-scenes format is among our most popular. In this Hudson Valley edition of Behind the Scenes, you’ll hear the sounds of the farm in the background as our host, Andy Chapman, and Chef Chris McDade , chef / owner at Popina in Brooklyn, NY, tour the farms and learn first hand about New York beef production at Thunder View Farms & Walbridge Farm. 

This episode is jam packed with valuable information like… 

  • How these farms are protecting the environment
  • What these beef farmers do to make the best decisions for the care of their cattle
  • Why they farm in the first place – and why beef cattle
  • Why all of this matters to you – whether you’re a chef or a consumer

Soak up the sounds of the beautiful Hudson Valley in New York while learning how environmental sustainability and beef production can thrive in tandem. Next week, we’re headed to a family beef farm in Kentucky… 

Show Sponsor: 

New York Beef Council – www.nybeef.org

@newyorkbeefcouncil on Instagram

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