July 5, 2017 – Modesto, CA
The Modesto Milling blog has recently covered the expansion of its distribution footprint. This month, we would like to showcase one of the regional chains that is an example of that growth: Coastal Farm and Ranch.
Coastal Farm and Ranch is based in the Pacific Northwest and is now selling Modesto Milling feed in 10 of its stores in Oregon and Washington. Our feed will help round out Coastal’s organic feed offerings and provide a regional organic option in addition to some of its existing nationally available and high-production feed products.
We often talk about our customers’ goals and desires for breeding and raising their birds and animals. We also talk about a desire for organic, non-GMO and environmentally friendly feeds. We don’t always cover some of the broader buying and consumption goals that tend to be important to our clients. These goals include supporting local or regional businesses and artisanship or handcrafted offerings.
Companies like Coastal Farm and Ranch understand that these goals are important to their customers and that, while some customers take comfort in a large national brand, others are much happier to support the “little or medium-sized guy.” Plus, organically-oriented consumers tend to like the idea of being able to reach someone directly involved in the production of their products, as opposed to having to navigate a corporate phone tree if they have a question about ingredients, philosophies or product uses. Modesto Milling helps our retailers satisfy those needs of the end users.
Coastal Farm and Ranch is currently testing five Modesto Milling feeds in its stores in Albany, OR; Eugene, OR; Oregon City, OR; Gresham, OR; Cornelius, OR; Redmond, OR; White City, OR; Sequim, WA; Mt. Vernon, WA and Auburn, WA. These organic feeds include: Soy-Free Dairy/Livestock Grain Pellets #5046, Hog Grower Pellets #5006, Scratch #5039, Whole Grain Layer #5066 and Rabbit Pellets #5044. If you are near one of their stores and are running low on feed or want to try something new, you may want to stop by and check local availability.
Happy Independence Day!