My 17 month old Holsteins will be going to the butchers in a few weeks, in Nov. 2014, is anyone looking for sides or quarters or smaller amouts? Prices will be in the $4 to $7 per pound range depending on the cuts or quantity. Delivery is... (more)
Hi, A local small farm sells beef at a good price. Talked to the farmer about what the cows ate, and he said the cows are pastured, but the whole lot is fed around 5 lbs of corn a day from a trough to "train them" to come back or something. They... (more)
I was chewing on a delicious grass fed organic beef burger from my local farm and almost chipped my front tooth on a bone shard. This is pretty disappointing as I have 22 left which I now have to eat with caution. In the past I've also had the... (more)
I've been paleo for 4 months now. I work on an organic farm and source about 60% of my food from it. The farm supplies yak, beef, lamb, pork, eggs, and vegetables. I supplement those with LOTS of fruit, macadamia nuts, seafood, and coconut... (more)
I am moving to San Jose in a couple weeks. What are some good paleo/primal places to check out in the area? I am interested in restaurants, grocery stores, butchers, fish mongers, farmers' markets, CSAs, and places to work out, CrossFit or... (more)
I've checked Eatwild.com and bought from A Better Way Beef and enjoyed the order. Got 50lbs of grass fed beef for $3.95/lb. a quarter ground beef, a quarter roasts, a quarter steaks, a quarter assorted cuts including a couple soup bones. They... (more)
I have not made any large meat purchases from any farms but I do buy pasture eggs and raw dairy from Gramen. They also sell pasture chickens and grass fed beef. The chickens are raised there at Gramen. The beef is purchased from a nearby Texas... (more)
I currently live on 150 acre farm that is being conventionally farmed by someone else. Eventually the hubby and I want to take it over and turn it into an organic farm. That has to wait for better finances, but we would like to start this... (more)
I recently moved to the Bay Area from NYC, and I am looking for a new supplier of grass-fed beef (or other pastured meat). Preferably I would like to buy an entire cow, to save as much money as possible. I have a car and am willing to travel to... (more)
Has anyone tried out the meat CSA in Ontario from Stoddart family farms? http://stoddart.myshopify.com/products/deposit-on-main-season-meat-csa-share Its 495$ for a mixture of Chicken, Beef, Lamb & Pork. You get 10lbs a month at $8.25/pound... (more)
Found this site. I wish they were in Cali! Anybody in Pennsylvania buy from these cats? Look at the food they supply! http://www.yourfamilycow.com/food-list.html (more)
I am looking to purchase a portion of a cow from a local farmer in Starke, FL, Cognito Farm. Has anyone had any dealings with them? A 1/4 cow is about $600-$750 (80-100 lbs cut and wrapped). Does this sound like a good price? They also have... (more)
This week, I picked up my order of free-range organic chickens from a local farmer. I had requested the processors save me any extra parts. In addition to necks, hearts, and livers, I have 2 gallon Ziplocs of chicken feet. I have read they are... (more)
Can anyone recommend any good grass-fed meat websites to order from that any one can recommend? We live in PA and I've only been able to find one farm out here that sells grass-fed meat. Thanks!
I live in the country/ major farming area and have often wanted to take advantage of large pasture acreage and raise some kind of animal. I am really keen on a goat, as you can also milk them. The anticipated benefits are saving money (living off... (more)
Instead of living in a master plan community that surrounded a golf course, how about a farm instead? You could walk and get your raw dairy and fresh eggs. It sounds like a good idea to me.
So I'm thinking of going into farming and I definitely want to have my farm focused on all things paleo. I already have some ideas- livestock centric with hardy "wild-type" breeds, grazing fields, fruit and nut trees, perhaps some vegetables or... (more)
Willamette Valley. Folks didn't call it Eden and undertake the arduous Oregon Trail in a Conestoga Wagon for nothin'. How close you are to population centers would be entirely a function of your budget.
Hello, I had a quick question. Currently starting a small (non certified) organic farm for public consumption. Was interested in starting a csa, community supported ag, farm. Would you be interested in purchasing from a farmer like that? ( not... (more)