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    Farms in Maryland area? Beef/pork/chicken

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    Hello.
    I was wondering if anyone has experience in buying in bulk from farms in MD area. I know of the eat wild. Com site but has anyone used any?
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    Where in Maryland are you? I have purchased from some places in Delaware and have considered a couple in Maryland. There are quite a few west of the DC area that are just too far for me.
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    I'm close to Frederick

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    I've not bought bulk, but I have had good products from Hedgeapple farm in Buckeystown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wags View Post
    I'm close to Frederick
    That's pretty far for me. I don't know anything about the farms in that area other than what I've read on eatwild.com, but it's a populous area. Hopefully you'll hear from someone with experience. You might try localharvest.com too.

    The places closest to me only advertise by word of mouth. They are very small operations. I found them through the farmer whose CSA I joined this year. Once you start to make connections, it gets easier and easier.
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    You could check with the Weston Price Foundation (The Weston A. Price Foundation - Weston A Price Foundation) to see if they have a chapter in Frederick or nearby. As Laura said, small operations frequently don't advertise, but can be found when you make a good connection. It is how I found several small organic farmers.
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    Found a source for beef/pork/chicken.

    Anyone interested in splitting a cow 2 or 3 ways? I can forward all the info

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    Still looking for anyone in area to split. If intrested let me know. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wags View Post
    Still looking for anyone in area to split. If intrested let me know. Thanks
    My problem is storage space. I live in a very small apartment. But I might be able to get some other family members on board, and then hopefully, I could arrange to share my split with them

    What is the source? I'm in Montgomery County, near DC, but I get my beef from Rights of Man farm in Ijamsville, near Frederick. I've visited the farm once, but generally buy at a farmer's market in Montgomery Village.

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