Eatwild http://www.eatwild.com/ Eatwild provides facts about grass-fed, including information on benefits for your health, farm, and the environment. The site also includes news, scientific references, food safety, books, and kitchen tools
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education http://www.sare.org/ A program committed to the development and advancement of sustainable agriculture practices.
American Grassfed Association http://www.americangrassfed.org An association that represents and promotes grass-fed. They provide educational material to explain the value of grass-fed products while helping to set industry standards and regulation.
Animal Welfare Institute, Alternative Farming: An annotated database http://www.awionline.org/ A searchable database set up by the Animal Welfare Institute providing published and online information regarding sustainable methods of raising livestock, including research on animal behavior.
Ethicurean http://www.ethicurean.com/ A website founded by a coalition of writers who report and comment on developments in food policy, food safety, and the ethics of eating.
Sustainable Table http://www.sustainabletable.org/ Sustainable Table provides tools for the consumer of sustainable food, as well as information on the issues surrounding sustainable agriculture.
Oldways http://www.oldwayspt.org/ Oldways is the widely respected non-profit "food issues think tank" credited with successfully translating the complex details of nutrition science into the familiar language of food.
American Farmland Trust: Saving the Land that Sustains Us http://www.farmland.org/ A trust committed to preserving the American farmland. They promote environmentally sound practices and land preservation efforts while backing legislation to serve this commitment.
Organic Consumers Association http://www.organicconsumers.org/ A non-profit association that campaigns for health, justice, and sustainability on behalf of the consumer.
And now for some other very interesting links to help you in your quest for better beef enjoyment !
http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/beef.htm Yup, it's a bodybuilding website. But they appreciate the value of grass fed beef and have some great info there. I can't say why their beef picture sure looks like chicken breasts though!
ONE OF OUR FAVORITE FAMILIES IN THE AREA HAS NOW OBTAINED A NYS RAW MILK PERMIT. DOREN AND CHERYL MARTIN AND FAMILY ARE MILKING JERSEY COWS, LARGELY GRASS FED (BUT NOT 100%) AND NON-GMO THEY OFFER THEIR MILK FOR PICK UP IN THEIR STORE DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS. YOU WILL FIND THEM AT
BRUTUS FARM & COUNTRY CORNER OF JOROLEMON RD AND STATE ROUTE 34 JUST A COUPLE MILES NORTH OF WEEDSPORT. YOU CAN CALL THEM AT 315-730-3348 WITH QUESTIONS THEIR HOURS CAN VARY SLIGHTLY WITH THE SEASONS, but generally bankers hours or so
BESIDES RUNNING THE STORE AND LARGE FAMILY THEY ALSO ARE ACTIVELY FARMING SO PLEASE RESPECT THEIR HOURS OF OPERATION.
ANOTHER CHOICE... Wake Robin Farm in Jordan offers wonderful 100% grass fed milk from Jersey cows along with very fresh cheese and yogurt. They are not raw milk however. They are pasteurized, low temperature, and not homogenized. You can pick up at the farm or at the Syracuse Regional market. They are at 125 Brutus Road in Jordan, NY 13080 315-689-0034 http://www.wakerobinfarm.org/