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Pastured chicken, duck, or turkey

Spobot | Dec 2, 200909:34 AM     7

I know this question has been asked before, but I didn't get any answers from reading previous posts. I'm looking for pastured poultry within a reasonable distance from the GTA. There was a post awhile back from lolli5 that suggested that the only place to find this would be at small farms that don't/can't afford/be bothered to advertise; which is fair enough. So I'm wondering if anyone here has located a source for pastured birds and eggs that I won't find online (or a website for a farm that I may be unaware of). I looked on eatwild.com, but the only pastured meat (on their map) within reach is beef. I like beef, but it would be nice to have some chicken too. Any info would be much appreciated.

Cheers.

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