Beef, lamb, turkey, chicken and duck are all graze happily at the Mohr family livestock farm in Urbana, Ohio—Mohr Animal Acres
. Now, not only does the farm provide retail cuts of meat to farmers' markets in Cincinnati, owner Trudy Mohr recently launched a food truck business.
This past winter, Mohr decided her family needed to start a food truck—Bistro de Mohr
—to better serve their customers.
“I saw food trucks on TV, and it made sense with what we were doing,” Mohr says. “We’ve been selling cuts for a while, and we do a lot of specialty sausages, and we cook those sausages, so it seemed like a natural progression for us.”
So far, Bistro de Mohr has only set up one time, but Mohr recently joined the Cincinnati Food Truck Association
and will be at an event in Washington Park
on May 17.
Along with her two sons and daughter, Mohr serves up grass-fed beef, pastured lamb, turkey, chicken and duck on the food truck. Their meats contain no MSG, and their homemade sausages are all hand-mixed.
“We try to be as environmentally friendly as we can,” says Mohr. “We want to educate people and cook new and different things.”
By Caitlin Koenig
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