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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Crane Dance Farm

  Middleville, MI

Named for the sandhill cranes that make the farm their home each spring, Crane Dance Farm nestles among the rolling hills, woodlands and wetlands of Barry County ~ a perfect setting for a grass-based, sustainable and humane farm. (more...)


Coon Rock Farm

  Hillsborough, NC    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Coon Rock Farm is a family farm providing sustainably grown garden crops and pasture raised antibiotic and hormone free chicken, eggs, pigs, beef, lamb and goat on 55 acres nestled along a bend in the Eno River just outside of Hillsborough, NC. (more...)


Chisholm Family Farm

  Unadilla, NE

Chisholm Family Farm is located in Unadilla, conveniently located close to both Omaha and Lincoln. We are a small pasture-based soy-free family farm. We milk jersey cows that are grass-fed. Our cows and land are treated naturally, following organic practices. (more...)


Chickcharney Farm

  Wake Forest, NC    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Heritage breeds of poultry roam the pasture and woods of our small homestead in the North Carolina piedmont. Our family's mission: provide our community with healthy live poultry, gourmet quality poultry meat and eggs, microgreens, and mushrooms conserve rare heritage breeds of ducks, chickens, geese, and turkeys (more...)


Celestial Exotics

  Albia, IA

We raise heritage breeds of chickens for eggs, meat and feathers. We have geese and ducks also. Our goats are 100% grass based pasture except in winter in which they get hay and some grain. We have them for milk, fiber and meat. Our poultry are locked up at night but get to run around the farm in day light hours or are in chicken "tractors". (more...)


Catalpa Farm

  Columbia City, IN

Located in the heartland of Indiana, Catalpa Farm is dedicated to preserving Heritage Breeds, as designated by the American Livestock Breed Association. We've selected one of the most endangered chickens, the Delaware, to offer as an alternative to standard meat birds that are typically used on a pasture setting. (more...)