The Narragansett turkey is named for Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island. It descends from a cross between native Eastern Wild turkeys and domestic turkeys brought by English and European colonists. Improved and standardized for production qualities, the Narragansett was the foundation of the turkey industry in New England. The Narragansett variety is similar in color to the Bronze breed, though it is lighter in color and in build. The Narragansett is known for its calm disposition and maternal qualities, as well as early maturation, good laying, and excellent meat quality.
Thank you for taking the time to visit Raders Quarter Farm. We are a small farm located on the Rappahanock River in Middlesex County.Currently we offer pasture based eggs and meat chickens.Our farm bases its philosophy and practices on those utilized by Joel Salatin. (more...)
We grow fresh produce, cut flowers, and herbs without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. In our fields you'll find over 30 different crops, including carrots, leeks, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, peppers, kale, Swiss chard, lettuce, salad mix & specialty greens, okra, and beets to name a few. (more...)
At Providence Farm, we are dedicated to what we call the "fine art of farming." For us this means that we focus on heritage breed livestock, old-fashioned production methods, and use human labor almost exclusively. (more...)
Providence Creek Farm (formerly Chicken Worth Eating) is a farm located in Clarence Center, NY. We are a family farm run by the Gehl family. We raise pastured Chickens, Pigs, Rabbits, Eggs, and Turkeys. (more...)
The best way to describe us a family farm using sustainable practices to make a living providing good, nutrition filled food for ourselves and our customers. Since 1990 we have been selling fruits and vegetables at the Orange City Farmer's Market that are grown without chemicals on our farm. (more...)
Prairie Heritage Farm is a diversified organic farm in central Montana, where the mountains meet the prairie. The Farm is run and managed by the husband-and-wife team of Jacob and Courtney Cowgill, two native Montanans returning to their central Montana roots. We're located near the small town of Power. (more...)