American Bronze Turkey

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Historically, the American Bronze Turkey has been the most popular turkey variety in the US.  Its exact origin is obscure though it does include a cross between the eastern species of North American wild turkey and the domestic turkeys brought by colonists from Europe. The Bronze variety is stately in appearance. Bronze turkeys stand four feet tall, with a fifteen to eighteen inch tail AND a six foot wing span and varying bronze feathers. Toms weigh up to 36 pounds and hens up to 20 pounds. Today, the Broad-breasted Bronze is no longer used by the turkey industry, but it is promoted for seasonal, small-scale production

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Bright Moon Ranch CSA

  London, AR

We are a small farm farm in the river valley area of Arkansas. We raise pork, chickens, lambs, and turkey on pasture. We use intensive rotational grazing, supplement with GMO free feed, and give our animals the best life that we can. We raise heritage breed pigs (mostly Large Black and Berkshires), Katahdin sheep, and heritage breed turkeys. (more...)


Brambly Farms

  Norfolk, MA

Again one of our farm's pure bred Large Black's has been picked to take part in the upcoming Cochon 555 event and we are thrilled by this news :) We pride ourselves on raising some of the best tasting pork, turkeys and duck that can be found for sale and our many repeat Chef customers agree "Brambly raises great meat". (more...)


Bountiful Acres, LLC

  Madison, MO    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our motto is "Natural Foods Grown Naturally!" We are a small family farm (40 acres) specializing in heirloom plants and heritage breeds. We use natural remedies to control weeds, insects and livestock pests. There are no insecticides, no pesticides, no herbicides, no GMO, no growth hormones, no steroids and no antibiotics. (more...)


Blue Hen Farm

  Montrose, CO

When we left the crowded east coast and the big city and started the Blue Hen Farm in 2003 we decided to raise the food we wanted for our table using the best natural feeds and techniques we could find. A great deal of research and lots of advice has produced great results. (more...)


Blessed Creek Farm

  Fort Morgan, CO

Using sustainable practices, we raise heritage breed animals on dryland pasture/paddocks. We bring our livestock in at night to protect from predators. Hand managed twice a day by family members, we have highland cattle, tamworth pigs, jacob sheep, and chickens, ducks, geese, guineas and turkeys. (more...)


Blackberry Meadows Farm CSA

  Natrona Heights, PA

Blackberry Meadows Farm was first certified organic in 1992 and has since provided the Pittsburgh area with high quality local, fruits and vegetables, meats and eggs. Our products are available through CSA shares, East End Food Cooperative, two urban farmers markets and on farm sales. (more...)