Nov 22 2008

WIRED acknowledges “Cowpooling”

Published by at 8:21 am under General

It looks like the new farming paradigm in America is starting to take hold in the popular mainstream.  Wired Magazine’s Jargon Watch listed “cowpooling” this week as one of its hot and useful terms:

Cowpooling v. Teaming up with neighbors to buy a whole cow from a local farm. It’s then divvied up as T-bones and sirloins butchered to order. The practice is fashionable with urban locavores who want to eschew feedlot-raised, hormone-laced, corn-stuffed meat.

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