Videos and Press About Our U.S. Mohair-Producing Farm and Business …
It’s one thing to talk about ourselves, but it’s another to have others discuss our operation and goals. This page features videos and articles about Pure American Naturals (PAN) and our interests.
This video shows what PAN is all about: People, Animals and Nature. From our rural farm and spinners come the luxurious fibers and eco friendly processing necessary to turn high-fashion designs into wearable clothing. We’re all American, from start to finish, and traceable through our unique QR labeling.
The “God Made a Farmer” ad from Dodge is a moving tribute to the heart of America. If you’re a farmer or know any farmers, you can’t help but to get a little choked up watching this. Click here to read Glen Cauffman’s thoughts on the ad and why it touched him.
In the Press
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Dr. Marie-Eve Faust and Professor Marcia Weiss of Philadelphia University presented the paper titled “Diamond Fiber; a Case Study of Today’s Mohair Farmer” at the 2nd International Workshop on Luxury Retail, Operations and Supply Chain Management, held in Milan, Italy, on November 18th and 19th, 2013. The in-depth case study focused on the unique supply chain of sustainable natural fiber production. The presentation was received with great enthusiasm, showing that the time is now for consciousness about and understanding of the realities and need for ecological fiber production and processing throughout the world.
In November 2013, The Perry County Times published this press release as a member of the PAN family, Roberta “Bobbie Jo” Rumfelt, battles cancer. The article details the “Sock it to Cancer” campaign where proceeds from the sales of mohair socks will be used to offset the costs for Bobbie Jo and her family during this troubling time.
Women’s Wear Daily wrote for its July 30, 2013 edition a piece on how the textile and apparel manufacturing industries are being changed by a number of factors. WWD talked to PAN executives Glen Cauffman and Judith Shoemaker and designer Laurie Perrone about our Made in America meets sustainability model.
The PAN mission was noticed by Country Folks magazine, a weekly farm publication highlighting the many facets of agricultural life. Reporter Sally Colby spoke with PAN principals Glen Cauffman and Judith Shoemaker about our vision and goals.
This piece was written by Charlie Peters after a visit to the farm. We discussed farming, goats and sustainability, and were so happy Charlie decided to take the time to detail the visit in this post.
KeystoneEdge wrote this wonderful piece about how we combine the rural values of farming with sophisticated technology and unique marketing tools all in efforts to attract fashion designers and educate the general public about the benefits of sustainable, renewable American products.
Glen Cauffman has come full circle, from visionary farmer to Pure American Naturals (PAN) co-owner and master farmer. His efforts, innovations and love of agriculture were recognized in March 2013, when he was honored as part of the 80th class of Mid-Atlantic Master Farmers. Glen was recognized as a cash-grain and US Angora goat producer and entrepreneur. The 80th class speaks of Eastern Agriculture’s strong diversity, ingenuity, productivity and commitment to leadership service. Glen Cauffman is a true, American original, and this piece and honor is testament to that fact.
The folks from Where., “a collective that designs and produces quality garments inspired by varying localities that is a catalyst for change on the Where.-er, the industry, and the world,” recently paid a visit to the PAN farm, and met with Glen, Judith and designer Laurie Perrone. They wrote this wonderful, insightful piece about their visit and conversations with our people.