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.
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on April 11, 2013
at 02:48 AM
http://northstarbison.com - THE BEST SOURCE for grass-fed/finished meats OUT THERE!! Seriously amazing! Been ordering from this supplier for 10 years! :)
on April 10, 2013
at 09:21 PM
Here is an excellent website I use to find fellow CSA's, farms and organically fed beef. www. localharvest.org - you can find everything organically grown and fed near your specific location. Good luck looking! -Yeager Farms
on February 15, 2013
at 02:21 PM
I lived in Allentown, Pa. If you are close, there is an excellent sourse for local, grass-fed beef as well as patured chicken and raw dairy products. Check them out at http://fairgroundspoultrymarket.com.
on August 13, 2010
at 06:12 AM
Thank you everyone!! So funny Emily we just ordered from tussuck sedge far because someone else had just mentioned them to me. I'll check out the other one. Thanks!
on August 12, 2010
at 05:29 PM
I'm in Lansdale (I think by your blog pretty close to you) and I get all of my beef, raw dairy, eggs, chicken, bacon and a lot of other products at http://www.hendricksfarmsanddairy.com/ it's a farm in Telford just off Allentown Road. Their meats are amazing, as well as the raw artisnal cheeses and the farmer is a true steward of the land. Hope you find this information useful. Also Tussock Sedge Farm in Blooming Glen (by Perkasie) www.tussocksedgefarm.com has grass finished beef.
on August 05, 2010
at 10:18 PM
these guys not only are right in NY state, but they are ONE OF THE VERY FEW grass-fed places THAT DRYAGE their meat: http://www.8oclockranch.com/
The thing about a place like US Wellness Meats (over at http://www.grasslandbeef.com/StoreFront.bok) is that they dont dryage that beef and for me at least, its just not that delicious. Healthwise its definitely all good but i need my beef tasty and healthy.
on August 05, 2010
at 09:26 PM
grasslandbeef.com (US Wellness)