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.
Heritage Pastures Our name sums up our philosophy; our Heritage breed chickens, Ducks, Geese, pigs and cows spend their days grazing on our green pastures. Our farming methods are organic, humane and sustainable. Why Heritage Breeds? (more...)
We are a small farm in Clayton Indiana. We specialize in all pasture raised heritage breed livestock. We raise large black hogs, kathadin hair sheep, Ancona Ducks, Saxony ducks, and various breeds of chickens. All of our animals are raised on Pasture in a non confinement operation. We supplement our animals on pasture with all non gmo feed. (more...)
We specialize in Heritage breeds of chickens, Irish Dexter cattle, and Heirloom fruits and vegetables. At the farm we offer pastured, organically fed broilers, pastured eggs, shiitake and oyster mushrooms and naturally grow vegetables in season.(more...)
Heritage AcresFarm has been in my family since 1779. I am honored to be the 7th generation to own and operate this farm in the Bushy Fork community of Hurdle Mills, NC. We use traditional organic methods, biodynamic preps, permaculture techniques, and other sustainable farming practices to care for our soil and our ecosystem. (more...)
Harvest Acres is a small family farm on the eastern plains of Colorado. We produce a limited quantity of farm fresh eggs, heritage meats and raw milk through our goat herd share program.(more...)
On our family operated farm we enjoy tibetan yaks, icelandic sheep, dairy goats, llamas, guinea hogs, ducks, geese and a myriad of chickens. We grow lots of vegetables. We also grow gourds which I prepare and decorate. I love to make cheese and soap and yarn. We sell breeding stock when available.(more...)