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)
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 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)
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.
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)
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-$750 (80-100 lbs cut and wrapped). Does this sound like a good price? They also have... (more)
Hi, A local small farm sells beef at a good price. Talked to the farmer about what the cows ate, and he said the cows are pastured, but the whole lot is fed around 5 lbs of corn a day from a trough to "train them" to come back or something. They... (more)
I am moving to San Jose in a couple weeks. What are some good paleo/primal places to check out in the area? I am interested in restaurants, grocery stores, butchers, fish mongers, farmers' markets, CSAs, and places to work out, CrossFit or... (more)
Has anyone tried out the meat CSA in Ontario from Stoddart family farms? http://stoddart.myshopify.com/products/deposit-on-main-season-meat-csa-share Its 495$ for a mixture of Chicken, Beef, Lamb & Pork. You get 10lbs a month at $8.25/pound... (more)
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!
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.
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 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)
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)