To me, this is just another one of those things that might be useful to keep in the far far back of your mind, but if you make it one of your health goals, it's going to drive you nuts (which have a lot of omega 6s btw.) Being on an autoimmune protocol has taught me 2 things, both of which you're free to disagree with:
Purchasing organic PRODUCE is more important than organic meat.
I consume an O3:O6 ratio that many Paleo followers would condemn as pro-inflammatory. I've been consuming this O3:O6 ratio for about a year now with no noticeable negative health effects. I imagine my ratio is still much lower than all SAD eaters.
A ratio of 1:1 would be ideal if we lived in a perfect world. But we don't so 1:4 is reasonable. Most SAD eaters get anywhere from 1:10-1:20+. My ratio was probably 1:6 to 1:8 last time I bothered to calculate it (months ago.)
I eat significant amounts of omega-6s in the form of MUFAs mainly from lard and olive oil. I consume these almost daily. Not all of the meat I eat is organic or grass-fed, but I don't purchase obvious CAFO meat. Everything I get is from the butcher, who definitely gets decent quality stuff. I imagine my meat is higher in omega-6s than the stuff in Whole Foods. I consume well-prepared grains regularly and nuts once in a while, which are also not exactly beneficial towards a 1:1 ratio. I don't go out of my way to consume more fish than I crave for the O3s. I enjoy fish, but I'm not going to be eating it daily. Sometimes I don't even eat it once a week. I wish I could eat more fermented fish, but in order for that to happen I'd need to find extremely fresh fish that hasn't been frozen which isn't common where I live.
How many of you make the o3:o6 a focal point of your diet? Do you guys go out of your way to improve the ratio? Have you noticed any difference in a ratio of 1:2, 1:4, 1:6, etc? I haven't. I feel wonderful eating my current omega ratio and all of the inflammatory issues I had at one point are still gone (swollen hot earlobes, swollen tongue and breakouts.)