In Episode 50 of the EATYALL Podcast, we meet David and Amy Bachman to dive deep into their family beef operation. The Bachman’s are working together raising grass fed beef right smack in the middle of America — Oklahoma.
Host Andy Chapman said, “One of my favorite things David said was ‘farming as a lifestyle makes a bad business, but farming as a business can make a great lifestyle.’ I love that because if you can’t stay in business, you lose the lifestyle… and if you have a great business of any type, I believe you can craft a lifestyle around that.
David and Amy Bachman share how they chose to focus on grass fed beef, how they learned how to produce grass fed beef with superior flavor and marbling and how they manage their ship-direct farm to table beef operation day to day.
In this episode, you’ll learn about:
- What it’s like to marry into a farm family
- How farming as a business can make a great lifestyle
- Farm stewardship
- Farming misconceptions
- Different types of beef farms and what distinguishes conventional versus “grass fed” beef
- The ever popular “Lightning Round”
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