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The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products:
Chinook Farms is a 132-acre diversified farm in the fertile Snohomish River Valley. Our goal is to produce local, fresh, organic produce, grass fed and finished beef, and pastured pork to help sustain and support local agriculture. We sell our beef and pork year round but the supply is limited. An order form is available on our website.
We raise our cattle on lush pastures in the fertile river valley. All their feed comes from the farm, mostly through rotational grazing and augmented with our own hay during the winter months. We have also earned the Salmon Safe designation. We sell our beef by the 1/4, 1/2, or whole and pork by 1/2 or whole portions and occasionally by the package at the farm when we can get access to USDA processing. We are able to ship our frozen beef to some parts of Alaska served by Alaska Marine Lines.
We prefer payments by cash, check or Venmo but do accept credit and debit cards* through Square ( www.squareup.com). (* Fees may apply for credit and debit card transactions.)
Chinook Farms, Eric Fritch, Mailing address: 18507 Waverly Drive, Snohomish WA 98296.
Faith Farms offers true young lamb at six months to the end user customer. The Sire is a registered Shetland and the Dams are cross bred Shetland and South Down. The lamb is sold cut, vacuum-packed and quick frozen. Lambs average about 30 to 40 pounds net weight and are shipped Fed-X or USPS Express Mail. The lambs, packaging (insulated with cardboard outer) are shipped after payment by money order or cashiers check. We are not set up yet for credit card payments.
Faith Farms produces about 30-40 lambs a season. They nurse their mothers in some cases up to slaughter and are left with their Dam the whole spring, summer and fall season. They feed on the luxurious native wild grasses interspersed with clovers and herbaceous plants. Graze time is usually six months out of the year, but all year long they have access to willow tips and other buds and native bushes. They are fed primarily native hay baled close to the mineral rich beaches where they live their lives in a placid stress free environment.
The meat is cut by a very experienced butcher and are dispatched quickly and humanely. We are not organically certified, but all of our land is managed with organic fertilizers (fish meal, fish bones, and crab shells produced locally). There are also green crops tilled under and and manure spread on the fields. Granulated kelp and beach peat from the sea (kelp) is also used for fertilization.
Faith Farms also offers raw wool, handmade soap, and a limited amount of Certified Garlic Seed and Certified Alaska Potato Seed. All seed has been certified by the State of Alaska and is Disease-Free.
Faith Farms only sells lambs to the person eating the product. Whole lambs must be purchased. Please call for more information. Watch and help us grow.
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