Looking for a farm or ranch for fresh meat, milk or eggs in Southeastern Washington State? Scroll down this page and you will see the
aall of thoses in Southeastern Washington State, sorted by county. Some are
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Updates for February 2021
February It's a pretty normal year for meat, milk and eggs, unless you are in the areas affected by the hurricanes.
Local meat, milk and eggs ranches and farms, by county
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- Carniceria Mexico - Beef,
624 S Andes Rd,
Othello, WA 99344. Phone: 509-488-0222.
- Jahns farm - Certified Organic Beef
615 S O'Brian
Rd, Othello, WA 99344. Phone: 509-488-2055.
- Paha Farms -
grass fed and finished beef
1250 E Timm Ln, Ritzville, WA
99169. Phone: 509-650-7003. We raise grass fed and finished
livestock. Our goal is to provide well-fed lean meats to our
customers. We are a small operation seeking customers that are
interested in knowing where their foods come from. Our animals
are born and raised on the farm and are fully finished on grass
and processed locally by a USDA licensed facility.
- Clarkston Heights Meat Market - beef, lamb, and goat
Appleside Blvd, Clarkston, WA 99403. Phone: 509-758-5431. We are
a custom meat cutting shop. We process beef, sheep, and goats.
As of Jan.1 2018 we also process pigs.
Walla Walla County
- Maple K Farms
- Grass-fed, Grass-finished Beef, Registered Highland Cattle
1102 Kammerzell Rd, Colfax, WA 99111. Phone: 509-397-4589.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: call or email for hours. Maple
K Farms is a small operation that has grown from 8 acres and 6
head of cattle to approximately 300 acres and over 40+ head of
cattle in 20 years. Beef is sold directly from the farm in
1/4 , 1/2 or whole. Our cattle are raised on lush open pastures
with abundant cool clear streams and springs. For the last 60 to
90 days the cattle are placed on our best pastures to achieve
the best grass finish. The harvest animals are moved to the home
corrals 24 hours prior to processing. After harvest, the beef is
transported to the processor and dry aged up to 10 days, cut and
wrapped to customer order, and then flash frozen.