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Pastured Turkey Source?

Commented on January 20, 2015
Created January 20, 2015 at 2:37 AM

i eat turkey pretty regularly as my breakfast meat and am looking for a source of turkey parts (that i can mainly make ground out of, i'm assuming parts will be cheaper than pre-ground meat) that doesn't cost $10/lb. i am pretty sure the store-bought ground while labeled organic, no antibotics, no hormones, etc, is probably fed awful crap and consequently contains undesirable omega-6's.

anyone out there got a source???

I live in Houston, so i'm looking for something local or something that ships to Houston, and that isnt outrageously expensive!

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on January 20, 2015
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on January 20, 2015
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try googling pastured turkey sausage, then call them ask them to hold the casing.

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good idea!

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on January 20, 2015
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where do you live? my meat farmer in Ohio does sell ground turkey. Check the eatwild.com directory.

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on January 20, 2015
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i live in Houston. i looked through the eatwild directory but wasn't able to find turkey that was available outside of the holiday season and/or wasnt outrageously expensive :/

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