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September 1, 2019

Good morning-

Today, I have a challenge for you.

It's been a week or so since you started shopping the online store at PurePastureFarms.com, but it looks like you haven't yet decided to give our pasture-raised meats a try.

Over the past few days, we've shared insights into our farming practices and described how we ethically-raise nutrient-dense meats in a manner that's far different from large, commercially-produced meats.

What motivated us to begin down the path of regenerative farming in the first place more than a seven years ago is what continues to motivate our family today.

It's what allows us to make these promises to you when you become our customer:

  • No more uncertainty about how and where your family's food is raised.
  • No more wasting money on misleading meat labels from "Big Ag".
  • No more being stuck with low-quality, mass-produced foods from factory farms.

If you're ready to eat more confidently, we've simplified the process for choosing how to make your first purchase of pasture-raised meats from our farm:

Step 1: Click below to Pick Our Favorite Best of Chicken Box

Step 2: Select any add-ons a la carte (optional)

Step 3: Complete your purchase

That's it.

If you're ready to get started just click the button below:

Shop Chicken Box

​We would love the opportunity to earn your business.

With much gratitude,

Melissa Cole (farm owner)

Pure Pasture Farms is a small family farmstead in Middle Tennessee that serves Nashville, surrounding areas, and now nationwide with door delivery and local pickup locations for true pasture-raised foods that can be eaten with confidence. 

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Pure Pasture Farms 6514 Tennessee 161, Springfield, TN 37172

Melissa Cole

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