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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Smoke Ridge Organics

  Bloomfield, NY

Smoke Ridge Organics has a passion for good food and puts tons of effort into obtaining it! We are looking for members for our CSA who enjoy nature and want to instill thoughtful care of it into their family lives. (more...)


Small Little Farm

  Warrenton, VA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

SOLD OUT FOR 2014! Small Little Farm is, as the name implies, a small place, a homestead farm, located in rolling Fauquier County just south of Warrenton and run by a retired Navy officer, who now works as a Naturalist, when not working the homestead. The farm works a variety of small endeavors. (more...)


Slow Down Farm

  Newcastle, CA

EGGS!!! We raise truly free pastured organic soy/corn free fed eggs. We also milk Nubian and Nigerian dairy goats. (more...)



Rose Creek Farms

  Sunset, TX

Rose Creek Farms is a "Certified Naturally Grown" 30 acre farm located in Wise County, Texas. We grow heirloom variety tomatoes as well as fresh seasonal vegetables and herbs for our local customers. We Incorporate vermiculture and natural farming techniques such as composting and animal manures for the soil ensures a quality product. (more...)


Rivendel Farms

  Cadiz, KY

We raise Heritage breeds of livestock, not only because they taste better, but by creating a market for the heritage breeds we are saving an endangered animal from becoming extinct. In our gardens and fields we grow open pollinated and heirloom vegetables with the same great values and pride that our fore fathers did.(more...)