Where Have All the Cattle Gone?

The Carson Valley.  Lined with pastures lush with greenery and cattle, residents of this valley continually say they love and appreciate the sweeping pastoral views. Nice picture to take a gaze at, isn’t it? Some see, and claim, these sights as their own, but these same views represent the lifeblood of the ranching community. Has…

Will There Be a Meat Shortage in Our Future?

It’s hitting the fan, folks. Mega-processor Tyson Foods said in a full-page ad they placed in The New York Times the “food supply chain is breaking” and a “limited supply” of their food products will be available in grocery stores until they can reopen facilities that are closing due to COVID-19, according to Time magazine.…

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Recirculating Vertical Flow Constructed Wetlands

Our local engineering firm, RO Anderson, has been producing high quality, innovative engineering projects for 30 years. Their projects include hazard mitigation planning (flooding) and water and wastewater infrastructure among many, many other civil engineering projects in the region. We chose RO Anderson due to their long tenure in the Valley, the complicated issues they…

Agricultural Trends in Douglas County

Read Agriculture Trends in Douglas County, a statistical look at ag in the Valley. Compiled by Jack Jacobs, Jacob’s Family Berry Farm, this information includes USDA and NDA’s Economic Analysis of the Food and Agriculture Sector in Nevada. Carson Valley Meats provides our local agriculturists a viable opportunity to save money in transport costs, time…

Water Treatment

Many questions have been asked about the type of water treatment system we are looking to install at Carson Valley Meats with the help of our engineer, RO Anderson. The constructed wet land system we are exploring has been used for small meat processing facilities for years. For more detailed information, click on the link…