Yesterday I packed the kids in the car, made a coffee stop, and ventured 63 minutes to New Castle, Indiana to stock up on meat. Why go to this extent to get meat when there are plenty of places within minutes of the house?
Because of the following:
- It's all natural beef and poultry
- There are no hormones or animal byproducts used in the feed.
- I am supporting a local farmer trying to make a living.
- It's the most affordable "good meat" we've found.
A friend of ours recently made a trip there and "Jack", the owner told her he just wants to offer good meat at prices that the folks in the area can afford.
So I picked up meat for my family plus three others. We take turns going out there.
If you figure grass-fed ground beef at Whole Foods runs $5.00 to $6.00 per pound, this is worth the time and effort. Jack's price: $2.99/lb.
Look around your area....there's a lot of folks out there like Jack.
If you live in the Indy area, you can see where he is marked by the "A"