American Pilgrim goose

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The Pilgrim Goose is thought to have come to America with the pilgrims and then named in the early 20th century by a Missouri farmer.  It is unique in that the sex of the bird can be distinguished by color (auto-sexing).  The adult ganders are mostly white, usually with gray rumps and traces of color in the tail and wings with blue eyes.  Mature geese are soft dove-gray with varying amounts of white in their faces and dark brown eyes. The bills and the legs are orange in both sexes. Pilgrims are medium-sized geese, weighing 13-14 pounds at maturi

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Azure Dandelion

  Alton, MO

We are a family run farm located in the Southern Missouri / Northern Arkansas area. Our area of the country is rich in heritage. People of the Ozarks are known for Folk Art and creating things out of necessity. Gardening is also something done in this area out of necessity. Our art and farm are our only means of support for our family. (more...)


Askew Acres

  Martins Ferry, OH

We are a small homestead farm just north of Martins Ferry, Ohio. Our interest is in reviving endangered heritage breeds. We keep geese, ducks, chickens and turkey. We also have Fainting goats and American Guinea Hogs. Our poultry is free range and our animals are pastured with little supplemental grain. (more...)


Adalyn Farm

  Stanwood , WA

We are a small growing farm in beautiful Stanwood Washington. We are building our customer base with the hope of supporting ourselves primarily from the sale of what we love and raise here on our farm. (more...)