Local to Wyoming


Grass Fed Beef: Bar Double L Beef  outside of Glenrock. I have visited their ranch. Many of the cattle are born on the ranch. All are grass fed and finished then processed in a USDA inspected plant.  Also the home of Mary Ann’s Beans-Gourmet bean soup, seasonings and dip mixes.

Produce: Casper offers two farmer’s markets. Downtown Casper Community Farmer’s Market (Tuesday evenings, starting end of Julyish and running through end of Septemberish) and Casper Farmer’s Market (Saturday mornings, end of July to end of September).  Also, Grant Family Farms out of Colorado will have seasonal weekly CSA delivery to Casper. The produce/products will be coming from Colorado but will deliver locally. Phone number 970-568-7654

Grocery/Health Food:

Natural Grocers 3650 E 2nd Street Casper (full service grocery with organic produce, vat pasteurized non homogenized milk, natural raised meats and many, many other items)

Alpenglow Natural Foods 109 E. 2nd Street Casper (supplements, gluten free, refrigerator case)

Azure Standard Quality Bulk and Natural Foods is an Oregon company that now has a monthly drop in Casper!

Real (Raw) Milk: Herdshares are now legal in Wyoming by statute! Please contact me if you would like more information on a herd/cow share and how it works.

Raise Your Own: Want to raise your own poultry for eggs/meat? Or maybe a goat? Baker’s Acres might have just what you need.

Wyoming- Other Areas

 Wyoming Custom Meats, Inc.:  Hudson. Locally born and raised beef, lamb and pork. They process on premises in their 5,000 square foot slaughter and processing facility.

E Z Rocking Ranch: Near Gillette. Grass fed beef, fresh ranch eggs, free range chickens, free range heritage turkey’s, pastured pork, Waygu/Kobe beef.

Running Water Farms: Evanston. Grass fed beef, pastured pork, pastured poultry, and free range eggs

Heart Mountain Valley Ranch: Cody. 100% organic beef.  They often run specials on their ground beef. Contact me for information on how to reach this producer.

Dorsey Creek Organics:  Otto. Organic beef cattle, dairy cattle, pigs, various grain crops, garden produce, hay, hoop house gardening.

Other Information and Helpful Links

Wise Traditions Beginner Video Series This 12-part series covers all aspects of Traditional Food Preparation and is an ideal starting place for the visual learner who is new to the teachings of Dr. Price. Beneath each video is a transcript that can be translated into any language.  Video #2 (Introduction to Traditional Foods) is a great way to introduce friends and family to the travels and research of Dr. Price plus the basic techniques of Traditional Cooking.

Help protect ranching and farming livelihoods and freedom in food choices in Wyoming. Visit Wyoming Food Freedom for more information

Need more information? Looking for a product not listed above? Do you know of a producer/rancher/farmer in the Casper area that should be added to this list? Contact me (Millie) via email realfoodforlessmoney (at)gmail (dot) com

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