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.
Please read!!!! Update: We are temporarily dealing with some Family/Estate issues that are directly attached to the farm. We ask that everyone interested send their contact info to us and we promise to notify everyone asap that normal memberships have resumed. Not offering memberships at this time. (more...)
Gamboling Goats Heritage Farm, (GGHF), is a small start-up, heritage farm located in Eugene, Oregon. We currently sit on 20 acres of farm land in the Seavey Loop Area. Here at GGHF our mission is to preserve and promote heritage livestock. (more...)
We are Full Circle Agriculture at Purdue, the organization that operates the Purdue Student Farm. We grow and sell naturally grown produce on campus property located just west of McCormick Road in West Lafayette, Indiana. (more...)
We grow a large variety of vegetables, herbs, fruits, ducks, geese, chickens, guinea fowl, dairy goats, bees/honey and the highly sought after American Black Guinea Hog. Our hogs are for both breeding and meat. The meat from the American Guinea Hog is highly sought after and is rated #1 by Slow Food International. (more...)
Field 51 Produce produces naturally grown vegetables, cut flowers, eggs, lamb and chicken. Our focus is on heritage breeds, heirloom vegetables and native plants. We'd love for you to come to the farm and get involved.(more...)
New Pasture Farm is a multi-species, non GMO, soy free farm. Biotechnology free farming is a passion of ours, as well as providing nutrient dense and therapeutic food for people, pets, and livestock. The first step for any pasture based farm is pasture quality and health. In NC this can be a challenge, hence the need for grain supplementation. (more...)