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    Online Resources for buying grass-fed meat, pastured eggs etc

    Can you suggest some good sites where I can get grass-fed meat and eggs or a decent price. I checked US Wellness and Tropical Traditions, their prices are way too high. TT sells a 6 lb chicken for $75!!!

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    find your local Weston A Price Foundation leader...

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    I'd like to have it delivered home. I used to buy them from places the local WAPF recommended but with a small baby at home and horrible, horrible weather, I hate stepping out of the house if I can avoid it.

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    US Wellness has 15% off if you subscribe to their newsletter. They also give bulk discounts.

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    Just googling "pittsburgh grass fed meat" got loads of hits.

    http://www.grassfed.weatherburyfarm.com/

    http://www.localharvest.org/starr-va...ed-beef-M15511

    http://www.organicgrassfedbeef.com/Misc.htm#SALES (these guys ship)

    Then it came to the eatwild.com listings

    Delivery can make things a bit more difficult - if you can buy a fair amount and make one trip every so often, putting the rest in the freezer, it can be a whole lot more cost effective.

    Also in my area are several farms that are not certified organic, but do a great job raising grass-fed animals (along with free range chicken/eggs). They're usually a little cheaper. In some cases it just wasn't worth the expense to get the certification due to the size of the operation. This is where getting out and taking a few sunday drives can be a good thing to do

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    Hi,

    any recommendations for UK?

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    In the UK, I've used Home : Riverford Organic Vegetables and they are okay. Limited, though. They don't sell any organ meat or other things like suet but what they do carry is nice.

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    Thank you Heather.

    Ive also found Organic food delivery. Organic vegetable boxes, fruit, meat & more - Abel & Cole, they look pretty good too but Ill look at yours in more depth when I decide to order.

    As youve mentioned, no offal , I want chicken and lamb livers, they taste so damn great.

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