The market for premium-priced, source-specific meat is getting bigger every day, and Bill Niman is the guy who just about single-handedly created it. His Niman Ranch brand beef, pork and lamb are prominently noted on white tablecloth menus from coast to coast, and even fast casual giant Chipotle Mexican Grill serves up a hefty portion of Niman Ranch pork in its $5.50 tinfoil-encased carnitas burrito. He's a true, and also highly successful, pioneer. Livestock markets are notoriously ...

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