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Comment by Jordan Nelson on July 15, 2009 at 7:55am
Hi Rebecca,

I am interested in your Pork Offal. How long will hey last in the freezer?
Comment by Rebecca Alon on July 15, 2009 at 1:00am
Hi Folks, So happy to see the Potrero Hill group gaining momentum. I think I would like to try some of these chickens too, will head over to the forum tomorrow and check it out. Right now my freezer is full of the pork offal from the Slow Food Berkeley event in TIlden Park 6/13. Anyone interested in pork livers, hearts, tails, kidneys? I have them wrapped in butcher paper separately, and I'm lacking the time to properly experiment with them. They are from Devils Gulch Ranch in Nicasio, totally hormone-free, sustainably raised, etc. LMK, Rebecca
Comment by Clare and Dave on July 13, 2009 at 4:49pm
Hey Potrero Hill: Please order some chickens in the Castro/Mission group like Melanyann just posted. I want to try out the Godfrey Farm chickens, and we need orders for 11 more to make their 25 minimum.
Comment by Melanyann Garvin on July 13, 2009 at 1:32pm
Hi, Niran. Right now there's a chicken order coming together in the Castro/Mission group. It's a little more active than the Potrero group so it's a good idea to join that one too. Go into the "Friday, July 24th is cow and chicken day!" Forum to get more information about how to order. Hope that helps!
--Melanyann
Comment by Niran K. Bosch on July 9, 2009 at 10:16pm
Hi, We are new to this. Definietly interested in sharing with other folks in the area. Been shopping at Avedanos in Bernal, but would love to more directly support local farmers. Can someone please let me know what the process is? Many thanks in advance.
Comment by Jordan Nelson on July 7, 2009 at 3:18pm
I'm a newbie. Food and cooking enthusiast and committed forager for organic meats and produce.
Comment by Godfrey Family Farms on July 3, 2009 at 5:28pm
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 www.godfreyfamilyfarms.com or contact via email at ihdpr [@] yahoo.com.
Comment by Tamar Adler on June 22, 2009 at 9:18am
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Tamar
Comment by Tamar Adler on April 23, 2009 at 8:29am
Potrero Hill folks,
Another option for cow sharing is to split a half among a group of people. You'll need about 20 people to get 15-20 pounds each for a whole, or half of that for a half. Just a thought.
Best,
Tamar
Joe Morris could be a good option for a half.
Comment by Clare and Dave on April 21, 2009 at 7:27pm
To people interested in buying a cow, check out the Castro/Mission group--a lot more activity!
 

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