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Most beef is grass fed and all new Zealand lamb...get eggs from roadside shops where you can see the chickens eating grass as they will be high omega 3 and tasty. Farmer's markets are good as you can talk to the farmers themselves. I get raw honey from Stroud Farmers' mkt.
Man seeks to change the foods available in nature to suit his tastes, thereby putting an end to the very essence of life contained in them. www.primaljoy.co.uk
All UK lamb is grass-fed too, also all game - rabbit, venison etc.
I can also buy raw milk easily (cow and buffalo - from Alham Wood), but I'm not a huge one for dairy generally. It was £1/pint, last time I got some, but of course, it isn't subsidised like most dairy.