Moe's Meats

Moe’s Meats Update

Greetings everyone! Moe asked that I compose a brief email to say hello, offer thanks for shopping with us, and to let you know what’s new at Moe’s Meats.

Meat Stamps: have you collected yours?

At the start of the year, we announced the special Meat Stamp promotion: When you make 10 purchases of $50 or more, you receive $25 off your 11th purchase. We’ve already had quite a few people complete the loop and receive their discount, and a few are on their way to completing their second set of stamps. This promotion is good until the end of the year, at which point we’ll decide if we’ll do it again in 2011.

Making special orders.

Because of the way Moe likes to structure his business (i.e. – he “samples” a lot of product) our inventory is sometimes low, and we can’t always fulfill your exact order right away. This is just a reminder that you can check in with us over email or phone if you know you’ll be wanting a lot of one particular kind of meat, and we’ll make sure to stock up during our next order.

A few pricing changes.

These odd economic times have sent a couple of ripples through the ranching sectors. Effective September 1, Moe had to make a couple of uncomfortable decisions that will affect some popular meats.

Bison: The leanest and meanest of the red meat group is also the most heavily affected. Moe’s price on a 2 lb. tube of bison is going from $6.50 to $8.40.

Turkey: Ben Franklin’s favorite bird will see a slight increase from $3.50 to $3.75.

Turkey with heart: Likewise, turkey with the heart add will bump up from $4.75 to $5.00

Venison: Moe has decided to discontinue the sale of venison. He hasn’t explained why he made this choice, but we think it has something to do with the fact that he’s always wanted to adopt a fawn.

As always, we remain committed to having the lowest prices on meats around. If you spot Columbia River Natural Pet foods at prices lower than you’ll find at Moe’s, please let us know.

Whole bones in the diet?

If you’re curious about the benefits of getting whole bones in your dog’s diet, just give us a call or shoot an email with questions. Moe keeps chicken feet, chicken backs and turkey necks on a regular basis, along with recreational chew bones that are filled with marrow and great for keeping teeth shiny and white (and keeping a dog entertained for hours)!

Moe’s newest meat poem

Out in the yard
summer’s last rose
blooms in the spot
where I bury my bones

Thanks for reading, and for meating – we look forward to seeing you soon.