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Elevating The Bar For Farming And Group Fortify


After several years immersed in the world of wedding planning alongside his wife, Corley, Ben Spell decided to focus his time and attention on the meat industry. “I was looking for a transparent source of meat for my family and came up empty handed. I knew that I couldn’t be the only one searching for a source, and decided to stop looking and start building the company I was looking for,” said Spell.

Spell couldn’t help but notice the glaring lack of transparency and ethical concerns that plagued the sector. Fueled by a desire to bridge this divide, he ventured into the world of ethical meat production, setting out to redefine industry norms and advocate for a new era of conscientious sourcing and community support.

Ethical Farming

“At the heart of our meat brand, Good Ranchers, lies a commitment to supporting ethical farming practices,” says Spell. He ensures that every step of the meat production process takes place in the United States at local farms and ranches that are governed by meticulous principles that prioritize the well-being of both livestock and the delicate ecosystems they inhabit. This approach, he says, not only guarantees the superior quality of the meat but also plays a crucial role in safeguarding the long-term ecological balance.

“Good Ranchers firmly believes that working closely with local farms and ranches is key to ensuring better quality of life for livestock. With local farms providing a stress-free, natural environment for the livestock, Good Ranchers ensures that only meat produced at the highest standard is selected for sale. This approach resonates with consumers seeking responsibly sourced products.”

A Commitment to American Farms and Ranches

Unlike many players in the industry, Good Ranchers proudly sources 100 percent of its meats from American farms and ranches. He says this deliberate choice is more than a commitment to supporting local agricultural economies; it, is also a strategic move to significantly reduce the carbon footprint associated with long-distance transportation.

By championing American farms and ranches, Spell says Good Ranchers is actively contributing to the vitality of the nation’s agricultural landscape. “This choice not only bolsters local economies but also strengthens the resilience of the broader American agricultural sector.”

Fighting Hunger, One Meal at a Time

Good Ranchers extends its impact beyond the realm of meat sales. With a steadfast dedication to philanthropy, the brand has donated more than one million meals to global initiatives and charities aimed at combating world hunger.

“This commitment to philanthropy is not just about alleviating immediate hunger,” he says. “It’s about creating a ripple effect of positive change. By addressing one of the most pressing global issues, Good Ranchers sets an example for how businesses can be catalysts for meaningful transformation, both at home and abroad.”

In an industry often hesitant to embrace change, Spell’s company is setting a new standard for ethical meat production. “Through sustainable practices, a steadfast commitment to American agriculture and a dedication to global welfare, Good Ranchers exemplifies a conscientious and compassionate approach to business,” Spell says.

“Consumers play a crucial role in influencing industry standards. By seeking out and supporting brands that prioritize ethical sourcing and community well-being, individuals can contribute to a broader shift towards responsible practices. This might involve researching and choosing products from producers known for their ethical approach.”

Spell says engaging in conversations about sustainable food choices and advocating for greater transparency in the industry are also impactful ways consumers can foster change. “Together, these efforts contribute to a more conscientious and sustainable future for food, furthering the ultimate goal of ending world hunger.”


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