New Hampshire chicken

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The New Hampshire Chicken is a bird with a deep, broad body.  It is medium in weight making it a plump roasting bird, and has yellow skin with medium-to-light red feathers.  The bird produces actively brown eggs.  The New Hampshire was bred from the Rhode Island Red Chicken and selected specifically for its growth, fast feathering, early maturity and vigor.  There are currently fewer than 5,000 breeding birds left with ten or fewer breeding flo

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Little Red Hen Farm

  concord, GA

Our family farm is in Pike county Georgia about 60 miles south of Atlanta. We offer free-range eggs and pasture raised poultry.(more...)


Linden Hill

  South Chesterfield, VA

We are a small family owned hobby farm located in South Chesterfield, Virginia. We have been raising chickens and selling eggs for almost thirty years. Currently available are delicious and healthy, free range eggs produced from a variety of hens; which include rare, heritage, and standard breeds. (more...)


Leach Fields, LLC

  West Branch, IA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our land is glyphosate and GMO free since 05. (more...)


Kirkwood Creek Cackleberries

  Cohocton, NY

We are currently closed - check back at a later time. Thank you(more...)


Kerusso Farms

  Cedar Springs, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Kerusso Farms was officially started in 2010 but we have been gardening organically, on our fertile land, since 2004. We built our home, started a garden and then acquired many farm animals such as, chickens, cows, ducks, pigs, horses, goats, cats, dogs and recently a ferret. We have been using sustainable farming practices from the beginning. (more...)


Kayam Farm Kitchen and Bakery

  Allendale, MI

Kayam Farm Kitchen and Bakery is a homestead based bakery that proudly uses locally grown and organic ingredients in all of their products. We bake whole grain breads, breakfast cookies, and baked treats for the sweet tooth. We also make quiche using our own free range eggs and organically grown veggies from our garden. (more...)