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 are a farm with real horse power. A team of draft horses supply the power and fertilizer for our chemical free vegetable and fruit farm. Old fashioned farming techniques are followed in crop work and animal husbandry. We are a CSA produce grower using all-natural/organic methods. Most of our offerings are heritage or heirloom varieties. (more...)
We are pleased to announce that we are Alaska's FIRST and ONLY "Certified Naturally Grown" farm! We are a small family-owned and operated farm in Kenny Lake, Alaska in the heart of the Copper River Basin. (more...)
Naturally, humanely-raised chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese, and eggs. I do not and never will routinely use medications on my birds. Instead I implement high standards of care to keep my flocks healthy, and allow them to grow at the rate nature intended. (more...)
Bedlam Acres Farm is a diversified farm focusing on the humane and natural production of rare heritage breeds of livestock. Our centerpiece operation is our herd of Ossabaw hogs, which we raise outdoors so that they have constant access to grass, roots and nuts! (more...)
We are a small farm located north of Archbold, Ohio and we are just getting started with the aspect of selling goods to other people. We decided that we were not ready to do a CSA, but wanted to offer extra produce, eggs, and meat that we produce to people in our area. (more...)
At Bayou Farm, we believe in working with nature--the soil, microorganisms, and pasture plants--to produce healthy, delicious meats. We use management intensive grazing, moving our livestock in complementary rotations through our pastures, to optimize both animal and pasture plant performance. (more...)