Meat markets making a killing

While businesses across the country are struggling from COVID-19, locally sourced meat producers, such as Bolling's Moran Locker are booming. Their vitality has grown more evident as chain stores have struggled to keep their meat supplies stocked.

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April 24, 2020 - 3:48 PM

Seth Bolling grins behind the counter at Bolling’s Moran Locker, below a series of prize ribbons for showing and judging. Photo by Trevor Hoag / Iola Register

Businesses across America may be reeling from the economic impact of COVID-19, but local grocery stores and markets are not only weathering the storm, some are booming.

For one, groceries and markets are deemed as “essential businesses” and can keep their doors open. Moreover, large chain stores like Walmart have been compelled to enact buying limits, and are facing supply chain problems which in turn bring about product shortages.

One such shortage that has affected many people are those related to buying meat.

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