Lau family farm
Lori Anne Lau spends a few days a week scheduling and making deliveries of lamb and beef. The big difference in 2020, are the numerous precautions needed to make a safe delivery. “So this is Lori Anne Lau of Lau family farm.
Just doing a meat pickup during the covid-19 outbreak.
Just dropping off meat to about seven customers here in the Idaho Falls area that have requested beef or lamb. And so I've got their orders all lined up, ready to go, and many of them have paid on line. I've got my square reader. I'm already for our customers to show up. I've got seven orders being picked up today. Got them all lined up on the table to be picked up. And so we just keep delivering things. Got our handy dandy gloves and just try to take all the safety precautions we can, so everybody can have meat in their freezer at this time when they're supposed to be staying home as much as possible other than going out to get the critical items. So this is one way we're farming in the time of covid. So this is Lori Anne Lau of Lau family farm.