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Thread: Seattle --Where do you get your meat from

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    I actually live south of seattle in Kent, but I am trying to find a good source to buy some good organic meat from. I have found a few farms online that do ship, but I would love to find someplace closer to home so I can see what I am buying.

    Where do my fellow Olympia to Seattle folks get your beef and chicken from?

    Thanks

    Ed


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    i don't buy chicken except very occasionally an organic cooked one. i use thundering hooves for beef, pork and lamb.


    www.thunderinghooves.net


    they have delivery stops all over, including near you, and you can pick up your meat from keith (one of the owners of the farm) every other saturday (they have the schedule on the site). or you can have it shipped, whichever.


    they provide excellent pastured meat and keith is a really nice guy as well.


    they also do whole and half hogs, whole/half/quarter beefs and when they have them, whole goats or lambs.


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    Thanks for the quick reply...

    Thundering Hooves is actually who I was looking at for online delivery.

    I take it you have been pretty happy with TH to date?


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    Thundering Hooves is awesome! I love their leaf lard. I've gotten their beef liver, their hamburger meat, the German sausage, and a few other things. Extremely happy with everything.


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    I've found that the meat dept at PCC does a really good job, and their buying focus is local, local, local.


    There is a little butcher shop in McKenna that does the best game sausage and jerky I've ever had. Trouble is that they can't ship over county lines so you have to GO there. They also sell scrapple by the block, and Elk. The jerky alone is worth traveling for.

    http://stewartsmeatmarket.com/


    I've also found a little farm in Nile Valley that sells grass-fed beef, and Berkshire Pork. I'm working on them to ship over the mts.

    http://www.riverbarfarms.com/


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    PCC carries some thundering hooves ground beef, so that you can try it out.


    i haven't had a bad experience with any of the meat from them. will be trying the smoked pork chops very soon (newish thing they are trying that by all accounts taste WONDERFUL).


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    I get my meat at PCC, especially because they are around the corner from my home.


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    Ditto with PCC, I love the meat department there. I also buy frozen fish from Fred Meyer, it's usually pretty cheap.


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    great to know on PCC. Wish they were a little closer. But will at least give me a chance to tryout TH meats before I place an order which is nice!!


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    Has anyone tried Gradwohl's Farm Beef? http://www.gradwohlsfarmbeef.com/
    I just found out an accquaintance works there. Going to have to check it out.

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