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.
Hi, and thanks for reading about Nature's Harmony Farm! Now open, we are a new, sustainable farm located in Elberton, GA, about 2 hours east of Atlanta, operated by Tim and Liz Young. In 2006, we joined a growing movement of people who have grown tired of the industrial system. (more...)
We are recently again operational after a longer period of recovery from an industrial accident that I expected. Getting back on my feet took a while, little did I know, there is a lot of recovery after that. We have old spots hogs and expect pigs in the early spring. We are preparing to forest finish them. (more...)
We are a members only farm. For more info on how to become a member and purchase from our farm, please visit our website and enter your name & e-mail address to receive the details! We have exciting NEW UPDATES to announce for 2013. My Dad & Me is now a 100% Grass-fed Dairy! (more...)
Muller's Lane Farm is an unique experience in the old homestead way of life. We are rich in tradition. Our fresh, organic produce & herbs are available at the farm throughout the spring/summer/fall. We offer informative farm tours for children young and old in which participants get to see and feel history still happening. (more...)
We serve SW Indiana and Northern Kentucky around Owensboro / Evansville. Our garden shares are available through both the summer and fall harvest seasons with basket pick up locations at the farm and elsewhere. Each week, receive a basket of fresh vegetables and fruit (when available). (more...)
Pure, natural, nutritious; that's what we wanted to feed our only child when we moved into the little woods on a hill, with a vernal spring-fed stream, tall hardwoods with deertrack under them; perfect range for turkeys. (more...)