The Java, a premiere homesteading fowl, is considered the second oldest breed of chicken developed in America. Its ancestors were reputed to have come from the Far East, possibly from the isle of Java. Javas come in three varieties: Black, Mottled and White, though all Javas have yellow skin and lay brown eggs. The Java has a rectangular shape, much like the Rhode Island Red, but with a long, sloping back line. They have a full, well-rounded breast. The Plymouth Rock and Jersey Giant breeds owe much to the Java, as the Java was used in the creation of both of these breeds, which later replaced it.
We are a small family farm raising heritage breeds. Our animals are raised by rotating them on pasture which provides them with a constant supply of fresh grasses and ensures a clean place for them to live! Our feeds are milled right here in NC and contain NO antibiotics growth hormones or animal by-products. (more...)
Muscovy Duck New Zealand White Rabbits. Presently sold out. Expect to have litters in the spring. Please feel free to contact me by e-mail or phone (860-753-0045) if you have any questions.(more...)
We are located on 62 acres in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains. It is truly a family affair with three generations living and working to sustain our small fiber farm. (more...)
We are a 180 acre farm located in Coastal Georgia. We raise and sell local, sustainably grown produce, beef, goat meat and honey. We supply produce for a number of area restaurants and maintain a 50 member CSA Program. For more information about our farm please visit our website: www.sapelofarms.com (more...)
Who we are... At Russ-Stick Acres, life is simple, but demanding. It is also rewarding. Every building on our farm was hand constructed by Russ. We enjoy the winter with our Alaskan and Siberian sled dogs, sharing rides with the public. We have a soft spot for BLM adopted Mustangs. We raise our own lamb, chevon, pork and beef (Irish Dexter). (more...)
Reeder Farms owners, Russell and Naydene Reeder, are proud of their ancestry and their ties to the farming community that has been part of Russell's family for eight plus generations. This passion is seen in the quality of the produce that is harvested from their fields each year. Growing Great taste through the generations. (more...)