Looking for a farm or ranch for fresh meat, milk or eggs in Yorkshire, England? Scroll down this page and you will see the
aall of thoses in Yorkshire, England, sorted by county. Some are
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Updates for October 2023
October 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 Listings, by county
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- Green Pasture Farms - Organic, grass-fed beef, Bones, Fats & Broths, Organic Lamb,
Organic Pork, Organic Chicken, Organic Dairy
Green Pasture Farms, Dancer Lane, Rimington BB7 4EE. Phone: 01282902702. Open: Mon-Sat
9.00-17.00. We practice Regenerative Agriculture, producing Organic Grass-Fed British Meat in an Ethical, Sustainable manner.
Grass-Fed British Meat is farmed in Pendle, North Lancashire where our animals graze on the green pastures produced by all that wonderful rain…
We farm in harmony with nature to produce meat that is happier and healthier. Our animals eat their natural diets, and we use no chemicals or
We deliver direct from Farm to Fork across the UK in Eco-Friendly Packaging. This cuts out the middleman so we can offer the
highest quality organic grass fed British meat at the best possible price.
- Gazegill Organics - Raw Milk, Dairy, Beef, Veal, Lamb, Mutton, Venison, Pork,
Bacon, Poultry, Meat Boxes, Offal, Fats, Bones, Deli
Lower Gazegill Farm, Cross Hill Ln BB7 4EE. Phone: 01200 445519. Open: see their page.
We are a certified producer with Organic Farmers & Growers, which means our produce is 100% Organic and has no chemicals, pesticides, or GMOs.
During the summer months our cows are given free access to the pastures where they forag for different plant types and even self limit any
potential illness, not only is this a natural and healthy way for cows to graze but it also means we see the vet a lot less! To feed our cows
this way has a direct effect on the quality of the meat & milk they produce and this is proven to be higher in omega 3 than milk produced on a
silage based system