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.
Farm Share Sign Up is March 1st until May 30th. We are currently accepting new members. www.EatMIMeat.com WE OFFER A PAYMENT PLAN M'Organic Meadows Meats & Poultry is a small grass based family farm. We have been running a farm share program since 2008 and have grown to 50 shares! (more...)
We pasture raise critically endangered American Chinchilla rabbits. They are naturally weaned and fed a grass-based diet. They are a very curious and playful breed, as well as, a superior meat rabbit. They have excellent mothering skills and produce healthy litters.(more...)
Lazy Bee Acres is a small family-owned, family-operated market garden that specializes in heirloom tomatoes, peppers, onions, potatoes, root crops, berries, and greens that are grown using organic, sustainable practices. (more...)
Our farm is located in northern Florence and strives to follow organic and gmo free practices as well as integrated permaculture. We feed our animals food grown from the farm, or certified organic feed. We do not use antibiotics, or pesticides to treat our property. (more...)
Heritage AcresFarm has been in my family since 1779. I am honored to be the 7th generation to own and operate this farm in the Bushy Fork community of Hurdle Mills, NC. We use traditional organic methods, biodynamic preps, permaculture techniques, and other sustainable farming practices to care for our soil and our ecosystem. (more...)
This will be our first offering of pastured poultry, and, are we excited!(more...)