Hoffman, Nathaniel
December 2009
Boise Weekly;12/2/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p11
An interview with Jack Kleeb, owner and founder of butchering plant Meadowlark Farm is presented. When asked about who makes certification on their business, he asserts that they are certified by the Department of Health and Welfare which means that they could sell any of their products to various entities in the state of Idaho. He affirms that they have an organic farm and have never used chemicals in their products.


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