Delaware chicken

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The Delaware Chicken is a dual purpose chicken that produces good meat and eggs.  In 1940, George Ellis originally produced this chicken calling it the Indian River Chicken.  This almost entirely white bird was once one of the most popular broiler chickens in its area.  Starting in the late 1950's, the Cornish Rock cross came to dominate the industry.  Delaware Chickens are noted for their rapid growth and fast feathering of the chicks.  The birds are calm, friendly and fast growing. Cocks grow to 8 pounds and hen to 6 po

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Smaht Fahm

  Medina, OH

We are a family run fahmstead dedicated to happy, healthy people, animals, food and products. We offer: -Sustainable living classes -Raw honey from our unmedicated beehives -Handmade beeswax hand creams and lip balms -Hand rolled beeswax candles -Luxurious soaps made from pure oils (more...)


SlowMoneyFarm

  Nauvoo, AL

Custom growing CSA type farm; slow money, slow food; heritage breeds. We're offering farm shares to serve food choices with produce, meats (USDA small butcher processed), eggs and possibly other items as they mature - nuts, berries, fruit trees. Ground floor, initial people have option to renew. (more...)


Sisters Heritage Farms

  Fallbrook, CA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Organic citrus fruit, avocados as well as organic fed farm fresh chicken and duck eggs. Our chickens and ducks forage in the orchards, they are our pest control. Our chickens are mostly heritage breeds -- Buckeyes, Delawares, and Australorps. We also have few fun breeds, Olive Eggers, etc. Our ducks are Khaki Campbells and Welsh Harlequins. (more...)



Sharon's Natural Gardens

  Delmar, DE    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We have been here since 1978, never using any chemicals or commercial manures. We use no GMOS or hybrid seeds. We began biodynamics in 1990. I am not Demeter certified. I grew up on a local farm and have gardened for 50 years. We are also Certified Naturally Grown, a grass roots alternative to USDA certification. (more...)


Sharon Bonorden

  Weldon, CA

Our "garden" is grown primarily to feed us and a couple of elderly neighbors. As the family has gotten smaller, there has been more excess food so we are now selling it directly and through the Lakeshore Farmers Market. (more...)