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I'm looking for some pesticide free beef/pork/chicken to put in my freezer until I can grow my own.  Anybody know of a local grower?

 
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Where are you?

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Some possibilities, although it's late in the year...

Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-op
2804 Grand Avenue
Everett, WA 98201 
425.259.3798

From an online article from HeraldNet - Snohomish County's online news source,  http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20071226/LIVING01/302066453

"... local farmers Chuck and Bobbi Lindemulder, who have been raising grass-fed animals for about seven years now on a third-generation family farm in Duvall, eight miles south of Monroe... People who buy direct from their 120-acre West Valley Beef farm want to know how their animals live."

Same source: 

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Eat Wild: www.eatwild.com; 866-453-8489; explains the health benefits of grass-fed products and includes a directory for finding grass-fed products nationwide at farms, markets and restaurants.

American Grassfed Association: www.americangrassfed.org; 877-774-7277; offers recipes and tips for cooking all types of grass-fed foods, including poultry, pork, lamb, goat, bison and dairy products.

If they don't have what you want, ask if they know who might.  A lot of these people refer prospective customers back forth, working together.

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Good info!  I've opened some browser windows with the web pages.  I'll see if I can get something lined up this weekend!
 
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