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.
Foxy Farms is a 2nd generation diversified farm.We belive that good soil equals good food. We use sustainable agriculture methods in order to fascilitate this goal. HERITAGE BREED HOGS !- American Guinea Hogs (Registed Parents !) piglets can be registered, we have several ready to go. Last Years Hay for sale ! Discount $1 a bale ! (more...)
At Fox Run Produce we practice what we preach! We are sustainable, environmentally super friendly and totally off grid! We use solar power, harvest rainwater and have built several green buildings. Fox Run is Certified Naturally Grown, using organic, bio-dynamic and permaculture principles. (more...)
We grow a large variety of vegetables, herbs, fruits, ducks, geese, chickens, guinea fowl, dairy goats, bees/honey and the highly sought after American Black Guinea Hog. Our hogs are for both breeding and meat. The meat from the American Guinea Hog is highly sought after and is rated #1 by Slow Food International. (more...)
Come and stay at a real working farm! Our farmstay is open everyday of the year for you and your family to experience what it's like to be on a farm. Help feed the animals and milk the goats. Plant some pumpkins or harvest some fresh basil for dinner. (more...)
Hello, we are a simple family living on a small farm. We have 5 children at home and they also help with the farm. We are just getting established as a local producer of natural, organic meat and (soon to come) honey. We will be offering meat from American Guinea Hogs and Irish Dexter Cattle. All our meat is grass fed with no grain. (more...)
We have very little land, but have put about as many animals and plants on it as possible! We raise Nubian dairy goats, American Guinea Hogs, chickens, rabbits, honeybees, ducks and peafowl. We have 2 garden areas plus fruit trees and bushes and some herbs, which we'll be adding to. (more...)