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    UK Grass fed dexter

    I currently have 2 dexter steers hanging in the butchers. Any body want to try some grass fed dexter beef. Usuallly sell mixed boxes at 12Kg.

    Based between Gloucester and Tewkesbury if you want to collect, can send via courier but I need to check on price.

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    crap.. I just topped up both freezers
    Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

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    Hi DinoHunter

    If you dont mind me asking, what have you filled it with and what did you pay??

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    Big box of beef from my butcher, plus some bacon, lamb and chicken. Veal & Venison from the local dairy farm, and about 50 kg of dog meat/bones (dogs primal to)
    probably close to 400 for the lot but dunno how much that works out to per lb/kg (obviously not counting the dogfood) as I dont really keep track of how much im buying.. just buy what I need to fill up the freezers and last me a while
    Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

    http://primaldog.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Sounds like you wont be going hungry for a while!!!

    Lucky that we are able to produce our own lamb and beef. Planning on starting doing meat chickens shortly.

    Our dog is also on a 'me too diet'!!!

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    good,Lucky that we are able to produce our own lamb and beef. Planning on starting doing meat chickens shortly.thanks

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    I just topped up both freezers



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