San Francisco: North Beach, Pac Heights, Marina


San Francisco: North Beach, Pac Heights, Marina

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Comment by Farzaneh Nourmohammadi on February 13, 2013 at 11:35am

I'm new to this site.  How does a meat/egg purchase work?  I don't have a large freezer so am looking for split orders.

Comment by Renee Olague on June 7, 2010 at 1:36pm
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 thank-you
Comment by Godfrey Family Farms on July 6, 2009 at 10:46pm
I'm new to the site. We have a farm in Marysville, growing pasture-raised meats and eggs. We will have chickens available about the 3rd week of July and our next pastured pork (raised on pasture, dairy and grain) should be ready around in early fall. We are also raising pastured veal, milk and pasture fed, no crates or anything, they run, jump and play and basically live out their life as happily as possible. You can find out more about us at or contact via email at ihdpr [@]
Comment by Tamar Adler on June 22, 2009 at 9:16am
Hey, all,
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Comment by Tamar Adler on April 28, 2009 at 1:11pm
Greetings. Tamar, site administrator here. If you guys like lamb at all, Getting one between the two families might be a good way to start. It'd just be around 20 pounds of meat, most likely. You could also get more people in on it and do a half pig between 4 people and get only 20 pounds a piece.
Good luck!
Comment by Jeana Marie Dean on April 26, 2009 at 10:29am
Anyone out there want to organize a meat purchase??

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