Every grocery store in our area now has organic meats and veggies. I know that it's only a defined term and that big agri is getting into the act, but it is still better than the factory raised stuff. I shop at 3 different stores depending on what I'm buying. Whole Foods has a better selection of speciatly items, but their interpretation of local is quite wide. Puget Sound Consumers Coop is my favorite place to shop as they try and succeed mostly, especially in the spring, summer and fall, to get things truly local. Other times local means Calif. or Mexico, but it's always organic.
I have also noticed that, even at the mass market grocery I go to, all of the pork and most of the chicken is hormone and anti biotic free.
I am getting into competition BBQ and many of the people into this shop at a place called Cash and Carry. They have St Louis ribs at a $1.99/lb, good price, but it comes from IBP. I have detected a bit a tude that I am an meat elitist. I am currently looking for a good place to get my meats. Whole Foods could be a good source, but they have a 1 rating on all of their pork (they say they can't find pork that is rated higher in qunatities they need to maintain stock). http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/meat/welfare.php
I've emailed a few local farms and haven't gotten timely responses. I may have to raise my own pigs.
Of course in the future this will all be taken care of by technology. http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/02/headless-chicken-solution/