Eatwild's Directory of U.S., Canadian and International Farms & Ranches- Grassfed Meat, Eggs, and Dairy
Janill Gilbert stashed this in Food
Producers listed on Eatwild certify that they meet our exacting criteria, assuring that their animals and the land are well-treated, that their products are exceptionally high in nutrition and free of antibiotics and added hormones. Products include: Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Goat, Elk, Venison, Yak, Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Turkeys, Eggs, Milk, Cheeses, Produce, Nuts, Berries, Wild-Caught Salmon and more!
- Support your local farmer. When you buy meat or dairy products from a producer listed on Eatwild, you get great food and support your local farmer. Eatwild does not receive any funds from the sale of meat or dairy products from these farms. We continue to exist thanks to sales from the Eatwild Store and donations from individuals like you who support what we do. (Click here to see a list of these wonderful folks.)
- Want to buy meat in smaller quantities, e.g., by the cut or served at a local restaurant? Each state page has its own Beyond the Farm link to local farmers markets, grocery stores and restaurants that sell grassfed products. Look for it in the upper right hand corner of each state page.
- Can't find what you want locally? See our list of Farms that Ship.
- Don't have a freezer and looking to buy in smaller quantities? Follow the Beyond the Farm link on your state page for a list of farmers markets, stores, restaurants or buying clubs that feature grass-fed products.
- Organic? Many farms are organically certified; others lack certification but follow organic standards. Others meet the standards for Certified Humane or the American Grassfed Association, or follow kosher, halal, or other specific practices. Note: We do not have the resources for a third-party verification of the farmers’ claims. We recommend that you visit your supplier to make sure that the farm satisfies your own criteria.
Makes me wonder why all food is not created this way.
It cuts into their profit, but now the demand has increased for quality, so the supply is moving towards that.
That makes a lot of sense. Thanks Janill, and I will keep demanding quality!