I spent the afternoon at this place in Lancaster County in PA:
Spring Water Farm 694 Country Lane, Paradise PA 17562. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org. The email is answered by an "English" guy who helps out the Amish families who make up this co-op.
"Spring Water Farm is located in the heart of Lancaster County Pennsylvania. We raise organic pastured pork, 100% grass fed beef, and pastured poultry, including turkeys."
That's not all - they have cheeses, kefir, raw milk, fermented breads (I skip those), lots of fermented veggies. The beef and milk is from there (the Amish girl goes right to the tank to put your milk in the jug) from Dutch-Belted cattle, grazing peacefully nearby. The poultry and pork is from nearby farms - all pastured. The pork is from heritage Tamworth pigs. The lard from this meat is to die for. I bought a turkey that had just been killed last week. Everything is kept very cold or frozen. This turkey was never frozen though. Can't wait for that for Thanksgiving. It is currently in MY freezer. My nephew, the butcher for a supermarket, says "fresh" turkeys at supermarkets are thawed turkeys that might be over a year old. I also bought eggs since my hens are being lax lately, wonderfully fizzy kefir, and yogurt.
If you live within a couple of hours of Spring Water Farm, it is worth the trip (and through some beautiful Amish country at that). I thought it was interesting that they sell copies of Nourishing Traditions and other books. Maybe Mark ought to send them a copy of his