FARMERS WHO RAISE & SELL MEAT
Might seem a little pricier than the meat you buy at a grocery store, but that really depends on how and what you count.
Buying fresh meat from a local farmer means you know how the animal was raised, treated, and fed.
When they say "you are what you eat," they're not joking. It makes sense that if you eat the meat of a healthy animal, you'll end up healthier too.
Around the Table Farm (chicken and duck meat)
Butler Green Farms (lamb, chicken, pork, beef)
D.A.M. Farm (beef, turkey duck, chicken)
Heyday Farm (chickens and pork)