Mobbs story

Mobbs story

David Sparks Ph.D.
David Sparks Ph.D.
John and Betty Mobbs from Lazy JM Ranch and learn what it has been like starting and sustaining their grass fed cow calf operation near Hauser, Idaho. Several years into their operation, Betty Learned that if she did marketing directly to consumers, the financial benefits would be immense. But she is also a great steward of the land.

John and Betty Mobs from Lazy Gym Ranch up near Hauser, Idaho, run a grass feed cow calf operation. Betty learned that if she did marketing directly to consumers, the financial benefits would be immense. But she's also a great steward of the land. 2013, I retired 34 years of teaching the first graders, and Monday morning I was in business classes with the Small Business Development Center. I highly recommend that through those classes and many, many more classes through them, I developed a website. And then eventually in 2020. Fast forward, we created, along with Emily Black and Lisa Poynter, we created the North Idaho Farm stand, which is the Panhandle Farm Corridor, and we started out with nine farms in 2020 and now we're up to 24 farms. We joyfully and dutifully supply farm fresh, clean beef to over 60 families. We have two mottos. Every day is Earth Day, it's Lazy JM Ranch, and the other one is healthy soils, healthy animals, healthy pollinators, and a healthy planet. And that's our contribution. You know, in this chapter of our lives. Great things being done by great people.

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