Jersey Giant chicken

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The Black and White Jersey Giant chickens are true to their name, as they are the largest capon table birds produced in the US.  The Jersey Giant was developed in New Jersey in the 1870s by crossing several large, Asiatic breeds, to meet the demand for caponized heavy fowl.  Both the White and Black Jersey Giants produce brown to dark brown eggs even through the cold winter.  Because it takes time to grow their large frame, they have little meat until about six months.  With such a long growth period, these chickens often lose out in the industry to more rapidly growing birds. Currently, there are fewer than 5,000 breeding birds for both the Black and White Jersey Giants in the

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Sapelo Farms

  Brunswick, GA

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...)


Round Tuit Farms

  Oak Harbor, WA

Our farm began as a dream in self sufficiency. We haven't come close to that goal yet but find that we have a lot of extras. At first we "shared" with the neighbors but still had left overs. Our gardens have expanded to a 36' hoop house for those hard to get tomatoes and peppers in the Pacific North West and raised beds for all the rest. (more...)



Reeder Farms LLC

  Easton, PA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

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...)


Red White and Blue Turkey Farm

  Wellington, OH

TURKEYS AND SO MUCH MORE... My farm name comes from the types of turkeys I breed: Bourbon Reds, Blue Slates, and Midget Whites. These are the same varieties that have been raved about in taste tests and are featured in Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste. I have been breeding heritage turkeys since 1998. (more...)