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    Hi,

    I am looking for recommendations on where to get grass fed beef.

    I am having a hard time locally and will probably have to order online.

    Thanks

    Steve


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    Where do you live? Many companies will sell online only within a certain region. Here in the Pacific NW, Thundering Hooves is excellent: http://www.thunderinghooves.net/

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      Southern New Jersey.

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        @Sharonll - Thanks for the link to Thundering Hooves. They look like a great resource for grass fed meat in the 'off' season (when the farmers markets are closed). I live in Portland.

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          I like La Cense:


          http://www.lacensebeef.com/

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            Take a drive into PA....


            http://www.eatwild.com/products/pennsylvania.html

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              I have had good experiences with grasslandbeef.com


              and I get great bison from northstarbison.com.

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                I like Slankers because they've got a wide selection of beef, bison, pork, poultry, goat, lamb, all pastured through finishing.

                It's a little environmentally unethical to get it shipped, but when I order 90-150 lbs at a time, I don't feel so bad.

                Oh and their butter is amazing.


                www.texasgrassfedbeef.com

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                  BTW,

                  Steve, I'm at the Jersey shore, so if you ever decide to do a cowpool, it would be worth the ride for me.


                  andrea

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                    Thanks everyone!

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                      Andrea, I want to know more about this "cowpooling" ;^)

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                        Try localharvest.org

                        My blog: Pretty Good Paleo
                        On Twitter: @NEKLocalvore

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                          For cowpooling ( or bison or pig pooling) you find a bunch of local-enough people to buy a cow together. Rather than purchasing an entire animal you get a group together and decide who gets what cuts.

                          The farm you buy it from still "processes" it, but you just split it afterwards.

                          I've thought about it, but haven't looked into it much further.

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                            Andrea, I am game. How many people do we need?

                            Feel free to email me directly:

                            Steve

                            bb.coach.steve@me.com

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                              @Crunchysue, Thundering Hooves is great. I ordered organic, grassfed leaf lard, and it's absolutely amazing. Other items I've purchased and been pleased with are the german sausage, the beef liver, and the beef burger patties. I've only done the one order so far, but plan to order more.

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