The Buckeye chicken, appropriately developed in Ohio ("The Buckeye State") is a dual-purpose breed of chicken with a deep, lustrous red color of plumage. They have yellow legs and skin, and, thanks to their pea comb, are very cold-weather hardy. While Buckeyes adapt readily to a variety of living conditions, they do best under free-range conditions, or conditions where they have room to move around. Roosters weigh approximately nine pounds; hens weigh approximately six and a half pounds and lay medium-sized, brown eggs. They should not be confused with the similar-in-appearance Rhode Island Red.
We are a family owned and run conservancy farm in the southwest corner of Lucas County just outside of Derby. We pasture all of our animals, raising them outside in the sunshine, giving them a respectful and natural life. We believe that food should be food and not a culmination of chemicals, processes, drugs, and additives. (more...)
Our "farm" is our back yard. Little Village is an urban farm, with too many eggs. Delicious eggs, from heritage breed, free-ranging, much pampered hens. Hens are fed MOSE certified organic feed, gourmet kitchen and (in season) garden scraps, and a little bit of kelp supplement. (more...)
Welcome to Leaning Sycamore Farm! Our primary focus is the healthiest meat you can buy...rabbit! At Leaning Sycamore Farm, we raise several breeds...American Blue, which is a heritage breed on the ALBC, New Zealand Red, which is one of the very first rabbits raised in America for food. (more...)
Kingbird Farms grows exceptionally healthful pastured eggs, vegetables, fruit, and flowers for local families and a few high-end restaurants in Sacramento and Lodi. We pride ourselves on our diversity, our natural, chemical-free growing practices, and our ability to offer the best of every season. (more...)
Kerusso Farms was officially started in 2010 but we have been gardening organically, on our fertile land, since 2004. We built our home, started a garden and then acquired many farm animals such as, chickens, cows, ducks, pigs, horses, goats, cats, dogs and recently a ferret. We have been using sustainable farming practices from the beginning. (more...)