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Comment by Myra K. Lowder on September 5, 2015 at 10:33pm
Rockin MC Ranch will have non GMO free range chicken available for delivery next weekend. They are $25.00 each and weight between 4 1/2 and 5 1/2 pounds. I do also have turkey still available for Thanksgiving. They are $6.00 per pound and average 22 To 25 pounds each. I will deliver if I have a minimum of 10 chicken orders.
Thanks.

Myra K. loader
Rockin MC Ranch
Comment by SoMar Farms on November 6, 2014 at 2:51pm

Hi All,

We are doing a harvest in time for the holidays. If you are interested in 100% grass-fed beef please contact me ASAP. I will need to receive your deposit by Nov 11th for this harvest and to offer this year's pricing. We sell cow shares at whole ($5.49/lb). half ($5.80/lb), and quarter ($6.00/lb). This pricing is based on the final NET weight of your share and INCLUDES the butcher's fees! We make it as simple as possible. You may visit our website at www.somarfarms.com for more information. My direct phone number is 510.482.4420 x238. 

Thanks,

Hastee

Comment by Dave Green on June 11, 2014 at 8:15pm

Hi all, just joined this site.  Seems like it's been dead a while to retool.  If anyone is still on here, I'm interested in doing a first buy with someone more experienced hosting.  I'm good for approx 100 pounds.  I can  pick up in SF or Berkeley/Oakland.  Thanks!

Comment by Mark Bernal on May 20, 2013 at 2:50pm

I have several lambs available for slaughter.  I am selling them for $220.00 each.  I can arrange slaughtering and delivery to a local butcher shop for processing.  If you are interested please call me, Mark Bernal, at my home # of (408)779-5681 or my cell # of (408)607-2387.

Comment by Jonathan Lewis on March 22, 2012 at 11:34am

PastoralPlate, a local meat buying club, has sent out its March Order Form. The club offers local (Marin and Sonoma) grass-fed beef, organic lamb, natural pork, fabulous heritage chickens and eggs. One of the original aspects of the club is that you can order specific cuts rather than large shares. This is all USDA and comes stamped as such. Pickup is in the castro-mission. Our url is: www.pastoralplate.com.

Comment by Jonathan Lewis on August 13, 2010 at 1:32pm
We have started a meat-buying collective in sf. So far we have purchased bue which is organic dairy cow. In Europe, dairy cows are cherished and not relegated to the dogs. Some of the Bay Area's finest restaurants serve bue and much of the chopped meat we buy in normal food channels is dairy cow. We have already made three purchases and the members reported the meat was extremely tasty with several levels of flavor. Since these cows are grass fed, the meat can be lean and therefore needs to be cooked as such. One of the good aspects of the club so far is that you can order the cuts you want rather than having to take traditional parts because they come with the cow. This is all USDA and comes stamped as such. Pickup is in the castro-mission.
Comment by Godfrey Family Farms on June 9, 2010 at 8:49am
Fresh chicken on Saturday, June 12. Pasture-raised, naturally.
Godfrey Family Farms, www.godfreyfamilyfarms.com
email to order speech @ thespeechworks . com
Comment by Renee Olague on June 7, 2010 at 1:34pm
I am a member of the Pacifica 4-H club. this year my brother and I have raised turkeys, meat chickens, meat rabbits and a hog. I will be showing them and selling them at auction this year at the San Mateo County Fair. The Fair opens this Saturday June 12 and runs until Sunday June 2o. My animals are raise humainly and organic way free of growth hormones ect. The Auction will be Saturday June 19th. What you pay at auction is tax deductable. If anyone is interested in coming to the auction and bidding on one of my animals Please contact me as I can get you tickets and parking. There will also be a buyers dinner after the auction. If you cannot make it June 19 there is the opportunity to bid by proxy. Please contact Andrew Olague 650-355-5149 or by email at Twetwe1@aol.com thank-you
Comment by Godfrey Family Farms on May 14, 2010 at 9:16am
Godfrey Family Farms is doing an impromptu Chicken Run this weekend (5/15), fresh chicken, pasture-raised, natural and fantastic. Taking orders now, we'll only have about 50 total and they'll sell out fast. Email Rose at speech (at) thespeechworks.com . Email to order and to get specifics on drop off locations.

Chickens are roughly 4.50/lb--they'll be priced by the bird based on weight and will average 3-4 lbs. You can specify smaller or larger and we'll try to accommodate as best we can.

www.godfreyfamilyfarms.com
Comment by David Barzelay on May 2, 2010 at 12:24am
All commercially available vacuum bag materials are safe for typical sous vide temps (under 190F). Even FoodSaver bags are not technically rated food-safe above 178F, but everyone uses them up to at least boiling temperature (or higher, in their pressure cookers, for instance) and they're fine.
 

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