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    I just ordered my Christmas Goose and Stuffing from this great online farmshop based in North Lancashire.

    Green Pasture Farms - Grass Fed Beef and Lamb, Pastured Pork and Chicken, UK Wide Delivery

    They also do a huge range of other stuff and advocate grass finished beef and nitrite-free pork products which is just fantastic. They mention "paleo" so are obviously aware of the demand for good quality produce.

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    I've used Green Pasture Farms - they're produce is pretty good and I like the monthly boxes concept, but I couldn't get the delivery to work for me. They were very friendly and helpful though. Living in Scotland, I can get good quality meat that is local and a little cheaper, though.

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    • #3
      I've just discovered that the owners of the farm also follow the paleo/primal lifestyle which is great.

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      • #4
        They look interesting - thank you for posting the link.

        Like Spuggygirl, I also live in Scotland and have a neighbour who kindly provides me with local, grass-fed lamb and beef (I'm butchering and picking up a quarter cow this afternoon!), and who reckons he can source local pigs, too! But this link might be good as a regular selection box might make a very good Christmas present!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by oliviascotland View Post
          Like Spuggygirl, I also live in Scotland and have a neighbour who kindly provides me with local, grass-fed lamb and beef (I'm butchering and picking up a quarter cow this afternoon!), and who reckons he can source local pigs, too!
          Oooh, lucky you. City-dweller here so I have to make do with an admittedly very good butcher, or the farmer's market (which is v. expensive)....but it's all really good quality stuff.

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          • #6
            It's relatively speaking cheap here (60 for a whole lamb) as long as there's freezer space. What has been brilliant is the fat available for rendering and the bones for making stock. A whole carcass goes a loooooong way!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Kookie View Post
              I just ordered my Christmas Goose and Stuffing from this great online farmshop based in North Lancashire.

              Green Pasture Farms - Grass Fed Beef and Lamb, Pastured Pork and Chicken, UK Wide Delivery

              They also do a huge range of other stuff and advocate grass finished beef and nitrite-free pork products which is just fantastic. They mention "paleo" so are obviously aware of the demand for good quality produce.

              Thanks for that. I use a variety f free range organic farms but it is great to find one that understands the gluten free aspect and makes such efforts to produce excellent food. I shall be ordering from them!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by oliviascotland View Post
                It's relatively speaking cheap here (60 for a whole lamb) as long as there's freezer space. What has been brilliant is the fat available for rendering and the bones for making stock. A whole carcass goes a loooooong way!
                Lamb fat is the one single fat that I don't like - so don't use. I've got a bowl of free range mutton fat sitting on my counter now from roasting a large shoulder - it will go out to feed the birds in this cold weather!

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                • #9
                  If you like pork, try Peelham Farm - Peelham Farm Produce - Organic Beef Lamb and Pork

                  The last time I had pork shoulder from then it was stunning. They do some really nice gluten free products and their bacon is out of this world (my favourite ever), although I don't think it's nitrite free.

                  I generally order and then pick it up from my local farmer's market, but I think they deliver too.

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