Demand high, supplies tight for some Michigan-grown organic foods

Capital News Service
LANSING – Even during economic recession, Karen Lubbers, an owner of the Lubbers Family Farm in Grand Rapids, faces the challenges of growing demand at her small organic farm. It sells beef, pork, lamb and eggs. “Our sales increase every year,” Lubbers said. “We generally sell out of both beef and pork. During the summer months, we sell out of eggs regularly as well.”
The supply from Lubbers Farm is often hardly enough meet the demand.