A network to help you find organic and/or sustainable lard in America
check out the film Genetic roulette, it opened my eyes to GMO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnlTYFKBg18&feature=player_embedded
There is a place just outside of Eugene, OR called Sweet Briar Farms which sells leaf lard, and then you do your own rendering. They prefer to sell in bulk, though. Their web site has a phone number (I think the guys name was Keith) and if you only want to order 10 pounds or less you could call and ask if that's possible. The shipping can be prohibitive, although you are already in the NW part of the country so it shouldn't be too bad.
or do a web search of their farm.
I live in northern Illinois and purchase lard at the Woodstock Farmers' Market from the R Family Farm vendor -- it's sold in 3-4 lb. buckets. I just checked their website and they are no longer labeling themselves as organic but I do know that they do not use pesticides and fertilizers on their farm, so even though they grow some of their own feed, maybe they are unable to get all the organic feed that they need or maybe they found it too expensive to be certified. Besides getting quality lard (and other farm products) I am always very happy to buy local.
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