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    Organic Meat (not all grass fed) from UK Supplier

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    I don't yet know how good these people will be, but I've just put in my first order and, after speaking with them, a lot of their meats are grass fed and grass finished (not all, and not all year round). I'll report back when the first order's arrived, but will post the link in case anyone's interested:

    Organic meat box monthly - Beef Pork Lamb Chicken Veal

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    Should be good with that domain name...

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    I get my beef and lamb from here. 100% grass fed and Scottish! And I have been very impressed with both the quality and the service.
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    Thanks Gingernut - that looks wonderful! I shall give them a go.

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    They are very helpful and if you want something that isn't on the website just phone them and they will probably be able to do it for you.
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    Well, my first delivery turned up today, and the meat looks fantastic (will have to try cooking it, of course!). I spoke with them earlier in the week, and most of their meat is, in fact, grass fed but they don't market it as such because occasionally grain is used to feed the animals, but apparently only as a "last resort".

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