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    Sources For Mail Order Meat

    As I look at the various online sources for meats, Creekstone Farms seems to be a "Best Buy" for sure, lots cheaper than Niman et al., plus a larger selection which includes pork. Any recommendations or thoughts from y'll?

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    Snake River Farms is a good place for brisket. Lots of other choices there as well.

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    • Willy
      Willy commented
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      Thanks for noting that. I checked SRF and saw the Wagyu and pork prices and dismissed them too quickly--their brisket prices are even a bit lower than CF, though CF ships free over $100.

    #3
    SRF does ship their meat frozen or close to frozen. Took about four days to be totally thawed. Got us a 2nd place in the Plant City Pig Jam last year in the backyard division

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      #4
      I found the best prices for Compart Duroc pork to be directly from Compart Duroc. (That being said, I haven't ordered from them, the pork I've been getting at Wegman's has been excellent.)

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        #5
        If it's Wagyu that we are in need of... we get ours from the Masami Ranch in CA. but, you will have to call them directly. We also order from fairway packing out of Detroit. Most of the time I get my meats locally from free-range & grass-fed, organic producers. A great place for buying local would be www.eatwild.com

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          #6
          I'm a Costco guy. They have good quality meat at low prices.

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          • Capoman
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            I don't know man, the meat at Costco in San Juan Capistrano is getting really pricey. I scored 2 big bone in rib eyes from Albertsons Sunday at $6.99 lb.

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          Capoman. I've bought choice grade Ribeye's from Albertsons for as low as $5.88 per pound in the last year. However when they are not on sale they are $11.99 per pound. I buy USDA Prime Ribeye roasts from Costco for $11.99 per pound. I can't remember what Costco's everyday price is on choice grade ribeye is.

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            #8
            Here are some link http://amazingribs.com/BBQ_buyers_gu...san_foods.html

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              #9
              Avoiding the classic "getting your meat by mail" jokes... with much restraint required

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              • Capoman
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                Ya can't beat it.

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