South Shore Butcher?
After reading Heat by Bill Buford and Omnivores Dilemma by Michael Pollan I'd like to find a good butcher on the south shore who sells grass fed beef and wild boar. Any suggestions?
Maybe try Kinnealy Meats, located in the Milton Marketplace (E. Milton Square)? They have website: http://www.kinnealey.com/index.asp. They also have a phone number if you want to inquire. Their specialty catalog shows they do sell boar, but no idea if their beef is grassfed or not. I haven't purchased meat from them, but I generally find the Fruit Center at Milton Marketplace to offer excellent quality food.
After reading Omnivore's Dilemma and others, I startred shopping at Good Health in Quincy Center (lower Hancock St).
I can't get everything I need there, but their produce is organic and they carry small/family-farm raised meats/poultry. They have wonderful chicken from Murray's Farm which is tasty and humanely raised (certified humane). That may not be your primary concern after reading OD--there are certainly nutritional concerns and carbon footprint concerns--but humanely raised is tops for me, followed closely by the others. At any rate, their chicken is great, the lamb kabobs form Eight O'clock ranch are very good. I have not tried any of their beef, bison or other meats, yet--but I think it would be worth a shot for you. Plus they'll special order--and it's nice to support a little local market.
I have tried the grass fed flank steak from Trader Joe's (not a great environmental choice as it travels from Australia) and it was good and reasonably priced.
Piantedosi's in Plymouth is very good. They have a decent assortment of unique meats like boar, ostrich etc. Most are frozen. I have had good experiences with most cuts of the meats there but am unsure of whether it is grass fed.