Cornell Meat Suite Relaunch - Is Your Profile Up to Date?

November 14, 2022
Cornell Meat Suite Relaunch - Is Your Profile Up to Date?

A Message from Matt LeRoux - Creator of Meat Suite: 

Greetings MeatSuite farmers, 

I am pleased to announce that a NEW and improved version of MeatSuite is now live. While live, the site is also still getting upgrades and improvements. There are many important details in this email, so please read it carefully.  

I will hold a MeatSuite Orientation Webinar on Nov. 16.

MeatSuite Orientation Webinar:

Learn how to create an account and products on the new MeatSuite. Learn about new features and marketing tips that help you take full advantage of this free resource.

Date & time: Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7:00 PM 

Registration: Please register in advance at 

Some upgrades to the site include: 

  • A new format that allows consumers to search by product (halves/ quarters/ bundles), price range, and product traits (heritage breed/pasture raised/etc.). 
  • We've added a "check availability" button on products so that consumers can send your farm a message directly through the site instead of having to go through other means such as email or calling (they can still do those if they prefer). 
  • Optional text alert feature, so you know when you have an inquiry to reply to. 
  • A place to upload your farm logo as well as one picture.

Are your MeatSuite profile, products and prices up to date?  

On Jan. 1, 2023, MeatSuite will ONLY display farm products that have been updated in the past year. If a profile has not been updated in a year, it is not visible to potential customers. Here's how to access your account on the new site: 

Step 1: Visit and click on "for farmers" in the upper left-hand corner. 

Step 2: Use your MeatSuite log-in information (use the email address you used when you set up the account). If you forgot your password, you can use the "forgot password" function.

Step 3: Update your products and prices. Upload a logo or a picture. Take a look at your farm description, etc.. Please note: Only farms with products and prices will be listed on the new version, so make sure you have a bulk meat product and price set before you log-in. 

It is best to work on your farm description, product description, and prices offline on a document on your computer. When you have it all set and edited, then log-in to MeatSuite to paste the information onto your profile.  


If you have any questions, please contact me at 

  Thanks, Matt

Field Crops

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