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Comment by SoMar Farms on November 6, 2014 at 2:55pm

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 Jonathan Lewis on March 22, 2012 at 11:35am

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 1:35pm
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 1:38pm
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 Steve Kistler on March 12, 2010 at 1:39pm
We are taking orders now for our grass-fed and finished beef that will be ready for pick-up (possible delivery) in early June. We finish our beef on grass located on the ranch 10 miles west of Jamestown. This year is shaping up to be an exceptional feed year which will produce a better marbled finish. All our beef is hormone and antibiotic free and raised only on our open pastures. Our website should be up and running soon Karrowranch.com . You can call Steve or Jeannie @ (209) 984-5600 for more info or to place an order.
Comment by Nicholas & James Chapel on January 12, 2010 at 8:30am
CHAPEL FARM is delivering Water Buffalo Meat to SF Groups Saturday Feb 6th between 9 am & Noon to your home. Email us: nickjam@pulsarco.com for more info on Chapel Farm and Water Buffalo
Comment by Jordan Nelson on August 14, 2009 at 6:35am
I could be interested in the Veal (especially the Offal) if anyone else wants to go in on this with me.
Comment by Godfrey Family Farms on August 12, 2009 at 11:39pm
Anyone interested in pastured veal? We have one left for September harvest. Target live weight is 300-350 lbs. The calves have been hand-raised on a combination of raw (of course!) goat and Jersey cow milk, occasionally supplemented by all-milk milk replacer with free access to pasture. They also get good quality hay daily, a combination of alfalfa, grass, clover, and an oat/rye hay mix. We like to let them choose :) Our veal animals were never crated, never confined in any way except in a regular pasture fence.
Price is based on hanging weight and is $8/lb hanging weight. There is a fee to the butcher who comes out to the farm, currently he is charging $100 per animal and there is the cut and wrap charge at the butcher of your choice. We have a local butcher that we recommend (The Country Butcher in Marysville) who charges 72 cents per pound based on hanging weight.

We are trying to pin down a delivery date for another batch of pastured poultry and eggs, so we could probably deliver as a courtesy if we could do it at the same time.

You can post any questions here or email me directly at godfrey @ thespeechworks.com.
Comment by Rebecca Alon on July 15, 2009 at 8:58am
I've had them since June 12, I think they will be ok for at least another 2 months....? I'll email you with my number, so you can reach me directly. Thanks Jordan.
 

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