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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Sunnyside Farm

  Dover, PA

We raise pastured, rotationally graised meats. Eggs are available year round. Vegetables, grown chemical free in compost, are available for 26 week CSA beginning in mid-May. Chicken is available whole, fresh (never frozen) from June through November. We have turkeys available for Thanksgiving. (more...)


Stony Brook Valley Farm

  Granby, MA

Stony Brook Valley Farm raises hens and meat poultry on pasture in the Stony Brook Valley of Granby and Ludlow, Massachusetts. We produce our own feed from freshly-milled organic grains. Our chickens live in mobile coops during the spring, summer, and fall, and we move them twice a week though our pastures and woodlands. (more...)


Stokesberry Sustainable Farms

  Olympia, WA

We, Jerry & Janelle Stokesberry, started raising our own food since we first met in 1975. In 2007 we decided to share our experience and determination to provide healthy food to our neighbors and friends, so we now sell to restaurants, stores, and individuals. (more...)


Stevens Family Farm

  Alvarado, TX

We are a small, family owned and operated farm located in Alvarado, TX. Our location offers easy access to Burleson, Mansfield and Fort Worth. Our CSA program operates in both the spring and the fall for a total of 38 weeks! Chickens are free-range to produce tasty meat and a bountiful supply of eggs. (more...)


Steve and Robert's Market

  Springfield, MO

We are a growers only market. This market has been in existence for thirty years and continues to see growth as one of the largest growers only markets in the state of Missouri. We begin our regular season in mid April and meet three times a week [Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday] through October. We begin each market day at 8:30 A.M. (more...)


Socorro NM Farmer's Market

  Socorro, NM

Local food on the historic Plaza in the summer and at the Community Kitchen in the winter. Winter hours: Saturdays 9-11am Summer hours: Tuesday 5-7pm Saturdays 8am to sellout. Crafts, local fresh veggies, chile, breads, locally raised meat and more.(more...)