By Hanna Kambich
Miles City Star Staff Writer 

Pandemic helps grow local business


September 10, 2021

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Abbey Bruski sells products in the Ace Steadman parking lot in Miles City. She travels to multiple towns in southeastern Montana as well as surrounding states.

Abbey Bruski was selling products to locals and friends for about 10 years. Then the pandemic hit and she changed her business for the better.

In the summer of 2020 when meat was being rationed in grocery stores or being sold for extremely high prices, Bruski started Beaver Creek Homegrown, LLC.

"I was disappointed we couldn't buy meat or it was outrageously priced," she said.

With the help of her husband, Ryan, and their daughters Bekka and Harper, they sell a variety of products. They raise GMO free, grass-finished beef and pastured hogs that are then butchered at the U.S. Department of A...

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