The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 29 – Ready, Set, GOAT! with Lauren Stine

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll hear from Lauren Stine. She is an agricultural law professor, food journalist, and farmer in North West Arkansas raising grass-finished, pasture-raised cattle, sheep, and goats.  Recently, she started working with Diana Rodgers to promote her upcoming documentary and book project Sacred Cow, which makes the nutritional, environmental, and ethical case for better meat. 

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Links Mentioned in The Show

Lauren Stine | Instagram | Journalism | Sacred Cow

Diana Rodgers | Sustainable Dish | Instagram

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