The PSMPC is a non-profit cooperative of local ranchers, farmers, butchers, restaurant owners and others joined in the operation of a mobile, USDA-inspected meat processing unit based in Pierce County and serving producers in Pierce, King, Kitsap, Thurston, Lewis, Mason, Clallam, Jefferson and Grays Harbor Counties.
The PSMPC Mobile Meat Processing Unit (MMPU) is a 45-foot trailer designed to meet USDA specifications which processes the animals, then transports the animal carcasses to a cooperative partner cut & wrap facility for further processing. Click here for links to approved Partner Cut and Wrap Faclities.
The 2012 Annual Shareholders Meeting was held on February 19, 2012.
Three Board Members were elected. Operations, Financials, Cooperative Policies and 2012 Budget were reviewed. Guest speakers Bradley Gaolach, Washington State University Director of Pierce County Extension and Co-Chair of Puget Sound Regional Council Food Council and Teresa Young of the Northwest Cooperative Development Center overviewed regional food policy and the business of a cooperative.
Please note the change of date for the Annual Meeting. The 2013 Annual Meeting is now scheduled to be held on March 23, 2013 starting at 1:00 PM at the Parkland Fire Station #61.
The MMPU is fully equipped and staffed to harvest member and nonmember animals. For more information see Slaughter Costs, Slaughter Schedule and Operating Policies. Use the Contact Us page should you have further questions or wish to schedule a slaughter.