Sheepnose Pimiento

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The Sheepnose Pimiento is a watery chile pepper with a rich meaty flavor. An Ohio heirloom plant, the pepper is filled with a mild, tangy flavor and rates at 0 on a 1-5 heat scale. The Sheepnose Pimiento is generally used for canning and cooking.

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Cook Farm

  Bloomington, IL

We raise vegetables, melons, herbs and the occasional fresh flower bouquet for our CSA, the Downtown Bloomington Farmer's Market, the Down's Village Market, and for a local grower's coop named Legacy of the Land. Visit us on Facebook, at our farmstand on Towanda Barnes Rd. or at the market!(more...)


Cold Springs Farm CSA

  Weatherford, TX

Cold Springs Farm is a specializes in heirloom and rare varieties, as well as new varieties. The farm is in the NRCS transition to organic EQIP program as well as Certified Naturally grown. The farm is also home to free range chickens, turkeys, and red wattle hogs, and bees!(more...)


Chert Hollow Farm, LLC

  Columbia, MO

We are a full-time diversified farm raising sustainable produce & herbs for CSA along with poultry, dairy & meat goats, swine, small grains, fruits, timber, and more for our own use. (more...)


Ceres & Co.

  Walkerton, IN

USDA certified organic truck farm, greenhouse and beef operation. We use biodynamic organic principles and are USDA certified organic. Located in North Central Indiana. NEW!! Grassfed beef. First butchering is complete, and frozen packaged beef is now available. Inquire about cuts. (more...)


Casa de la Pradera

  Fiddletown, CA

Casa de la Pradera is a small farm practicing organic methods, and a bed and breakfast/farm stay on the outskirts of Fiddletown, CA that was begun the same year as our local farmers markets, in 1993. We grow a wide variety of vegetables and fruits in season and deliver locally to csa customers as well as selling at the farmers markets. (more...)


Capella Farm

  Ann Arbor, MI

We are proud to follow organic growing practices and work hard to provide tasty veggies and herbs year round and, during the height of summer, flowers. It's time to sign up for winter, spring and summer: 1. Winter. We started Jan. (more...)