The Guinea Hog is a small, black breed of swine that is unique to the United States, and was once the most numerous pig breed found on homesteads in the Southeast. The Guinea Hog became rare in recent decades as the habitat of the homestead hog disappeared. Today, Guinea Hogs are appropriate for use in diversified, sustainable agriculture. They are an excellent choice where there is need for the services of hogs (such as grazing, rooting, tilling compost and garden soil, and pest control) and also the desire for a small breed.
We are a small farm passionate about working with heritage breeds and heirloom vegetables Our feeding program consists of a combination of commercial feed, standard grade alfalfa, sprouted grains, pasture forages, and surplus fruits and vegetables We do not use antibiotics, or hormones (more...)
Here at Picklesnoot we raise corn free, soy free poultry for both meat and eggs. The broilers are Freedom Rangers raised in Salatin style chicken tractors. The layers (Buff Orpingtons, Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, Black Sexlinks, and Americaunas) enjoy free ranging all day then retreating to the safety of the coop and run at night. (more...)
Find us on Facebook (Phoenix Farm Organics) to become a fan, or check out our website (www.PhoenixFarmFiber.com) to follow our progress and see pictures of the farm and animals! Here at The Phoenix, we raise happy, healthy animals in a way that Mother Nature would approve! (more...)
Phoenix Farm is a family-run livestock farm, with three generations living on the farm. We care about sustainable agriculture and preserving heritage breeds. We like to allow our animals to live according to their natures. Phoenix Farm produces pasture-raised pork and lamb, natural broilers, and chicken, duck, and goose eggs. (more...)
At Paloma Pollinators we produce delicious nutritious food, perform constant research into sustainable agriculture methods and raise heritage breed animals. Our vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey are produced using only local resources without the use of pesticides, herbicides or petro-fertilizers. (more...)
We are a family farm established in 2008 on 10 acres near the Ice Age Trail. We currently raise sheep, beef cattle, pigs, chickens, turkeys and ducks. As well as, eggs and seasonal produce. Our emphasis is on Heritage breeds. We do not use hormones or antibiotics. Animals are pasture feed or have locally grown, all natural grassy hay. (more...)