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    You might look into a farm buying club. Looks like Heritage farm might be able to fit your needs with delivery to Pittsburgh:

    Pittsburgh | Heritage Farm

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    Grass fed pig stuff!

    Baron's Farms in Washington State has pastured bacon (= pigs:-)). Their beef and pork is all grass fed. Their bacon ends are to die for. No nitrates, no junk. I haven't checked on sugar content, but check them out online. They have, like, 12,000 acres or something. Their chickens are on grass too. Lots of rotation going on. Pretty darn sound

    baronfarms.com

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    Well if you live in Georgia then you can go to the folks at Ridge Creek.

    Beef Per Pound (Freezer weight) 4 $
    Pork Per Pound (Freezer weight) 2.50 $

    Chicken raised 5 to 7 lbs costing $10.00 each. [LIVE NOT PROCESSED]
    Farm fresh eggs $3.00

    For ordering Go to //www.ridgecreekfarmgeorgiagrassfedbeef.com/Home/tabid/3263/Default.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griff View Post
    I have to settle for nitrite-free. I've never found grass-fed bacon anywhere.
    U.S. Wellness Meats — Our Animals Eat Right So You Can Too. has beef bacon tips.
    -Ryan Mercer my blog and Genco Peptides my small biz

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