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 Poultry, humanly raised on open pasture 2012 Product List Narraganset Turkeys Broad-Breasted Bronze Turkeys Embden Geese Guinea Fowl Heritage Chicken: Dominique, Jersey Giant, Delaware, Faverolle, Buckeye, Orpington, Welsummer, ... Eggs coming soon ;) (more...)
The Old Bluestone Wall Homestead is a small sustainable farm in Shohola, PA that raises heritage breed animals and heirloom fruits and vegetables in the most natural and organic way possible. We have fresh free-range chicken eggs available. Guinea eggs are available by request and duck eggs will be available this summer. (more...)
Luffa. Canna, Banana, Palms, Horses & Boarding welcome, or rent ours. Instructor and guides available! Camping, Kayaking, Canoeing, Weddings and party packages. All of our products are home grown, on our farm, or by others near-by.(more...)
At Nicasio Eggs, we have a hand selected flock of Heritage Breed Chickens. We have all ranges in ages, and even some Roos mixed it. They are genuine free-range birds, supplemented with organic, non-soy feed. All this good old fashioned farm living less than an hour North of San Francisco. Rare Ancona Duck Eggs also available! (more...)
Seasonal gourmet grocery that specializes in locally grown, Certified Organic & Naturally grown produce, dairy, fruits, breads & meats. Specialty plant nursery that only stocks California Natives, Antique Flowers & Certified Organic Vegetable & Herbal Plants. Seasonal fresh cut herbs & Greens. (more...)
We are recently again operational after a longer period of recovery from an industrial accident that I expected. Getting back on my feet took a while, little did I know, there is a lot of recovery after that. We have old spots hogs and expect pigs in the early spring. We are preparing to forest finish them. (more...)