We’re honored to be screening Betting The Farm tonight as part of the Slow Money National Gathering in Boulder, CO. Slow Money is a great organization, devoted to inspiring a new kind of investment and entrepreneurship for the 21st century. The organization’s values seem perfectly aligned with a company like MOO Milk, which is founded on the idea that a sustainable price for farmers is a prerequisite for running a responsible company.
We’re grateful to be included in a great event, and we hope the Slow Money community will be excited to learn more about MOO farmers.
Meanwhile, back in Maine, we’ve got DVDs of the film for sale, and people near and far are buying it every day and learning more about this inspiring group of Maine dairy farmers. (The movie is also available on the iTunes store and on numerous other VOD platforms.) If you haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, buy it now, and then post a review of your own on iTunes, Amazon, or iMDB. We saved the best news for last: MOO Milk has added several more farms since we finished the film! They’re up to 12 Maine dairy farms. Check out the map on their website to see each one. Without fail, the first question at every screening of the movie is “How is MOO doing now?” I’m happy to write that as of today, they’re growing. But their continued success will depend on consumers in New England continuing to buy MOO Milk. Find a store near you with this handy store locator on the MOO Milk site.