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Hi everyone.

I have a raw-milk dairy that delivers to my area once a week... well, not exactly my area, but only an hour away so it's not horrible. It's a trip i never make except for the dairy tho, and was thinking maybe I could find a source for Butter online? a friend has given me use of her free shipping through amazon prime and I have a deep freeze and a fridge, so I could store butter by the case easily. I like the Kerrygold butter, but can't find it by the case, and wondered if any of you had opinions on the amish butter or butter like this: http://www.amazon.com/Butter-unsalted-83-1-lb/dp/B0050ILPI8/ref=pd_sbs_gro_3

Have keywords I should look for in the advertising? if not, we recieve public assitance right now and I have a pretty good local grocery store, what brands of butter do you buy from them?

any advice will help, I just want to have more food on hand and can't get much butter from the local people at a time.
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Sage Boyd
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hoping for some advice...
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Visit local farmers markets. In the Midwest/Great Lakes region, it is really easy to hook up with small scale/mom & pop or amish dairy producers in the area. You might find someone closer than an hour away. The amish markets are a subculture that won't be found online.
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