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.
We sustainably raise homegrown chicken, Berkshire hogs, and heritage turkeys. We work with a friend to also provide home raised Suffolk lamb. Meat can be purchased by full or half animal. We also offer an incredible omnivore CSA option. (more...)
We are a family farm using sustainable farming practices. We strive for balance and using natural ways of replenishing the land. Our heritage breeds of poultry and livestock live in rotational pastures and paddocks allowing them to exhibit their natural behaviors. (more...)
We are a family run farm that raises Huacaya alpacas, Myotonic (fainting) goats, heritage Narragansett turkeys (for the holidays), German hybrid Angora rabbits, India Blue pea fowl and rare Black Copper Marans chickens, near Chestnut Ridge in the Laurel Highlands of PA. We raise them for breeding, pets and 4-H projects. (more...)
Our Farm is located north or Republic in Ferry County. ****Look for our pork products at Meyers Falls Market in Kettle Falls, and the Ferry County Co-op in Republic!*** We began supplying USDA pork at these local stores spring of 2011. (more...)
We are raising pastured pigs, wool and meat sheep, and free range chickens, small amounts of beef, and chickens, primarily for eggs. Meat is processed to customer specification in a certified USDA facility. We are currently taking orders for Thanksgiving hams, whole chickens, and our fruit fed, pastured pigs. (more...)