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dn51101 | Oct 9, 200711:54 PM     9

Hello -- I am considering ordering a quarter or a split quarter of beef from a local farm. Any recommendations? I'm considering the following farms:

* Morris Grassfed Beef -- T.O. Cattle Company (San Juan Batista)
* Chileno Beef (Petaluma)
* Clark Summit Farm (Tomales)
* Holding Ranch (Lafayette)
* Marin Sun Farms (Point Reyes)
* Drake's Bay Family Farm -- Lunny Ranch (Inverness)
* Napa Free Range Beef (Napa)

I'm looking for good flavor, decent cost. Most important is that it be locally produced and grass fed (all of the above are, I believe...)

Thoughts?

Thanks.

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