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Local food brands take root

Co-op helps small ranchers enter the marketplace
Shawntell Stiner, 17, of Marvel, moves one of her lambs in the barn at the family farm. A trend that puts a premium on local food is helping Southwest Colorado’s small ranchers and farmers.
About the cooperative

LOCAL Brands Farm and Ranch Markets Cooperative operates and accepts orders year-round by phone, email and at some farmers markets. Find it at farmers markets in Bayfield, Farmington and Mancos.
The cooperative also works at the Shared Farm Stand in the Wildcat Canyon Liquor Store parking lot at 4:30 p.m. Fridays from May 1 to Oct. 30.
For more information, pricing or to order products, email lbfarmcoop@gmail.com or call 749-1091.

Local food brands take root

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Shawntell Stiner, 17, of Marvel, moves one of her lambs in the barn at the family farm. A trend that puts a premium on local food is helping Southwest Colorado’s small ranchers and farmers.
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