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.
Reeder Farms owners, Russell and Naydene Reeder, are proud of their ancestry and their ties to the farming community that has been part of Russell's family for eight plus generations. This passion is seen in the quality of the produce that is harvested from their fields each year. Growing Great taste through the generations. (more...)
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A small family farm, our primary goal is to feed ourselves and others good, healthy food grown without synthetic inputs. (more...)
We are Ready Jam Farms, Organically Grown Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs We offer a 18 week Vegetable CSA Starting in June, every week for 18 weeks members will receive what is in season that week. We guarantee 6-8 varieties with an herb minimum in a share each week. At peek harvest members can see up to 14-16 varieties of vegetables. (more...)
At Rail Fence Farm we use an integrated farming system that works with the natural environment, beginning with building and maintaining healthy soil and eliminating the use of chemical fertilizers. (more...)
At Providence Farm, we are dedicated to what we call the "fine art of farming." For us this means that we focus on heritage breed livestock, old-fashioned production methods, and use human labor almost exclusively. (more...)