Wyandotte chicken

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This beautiful, medium-sized, rose-combed bird was developed in the 1880s.  It is described as a "bird of curves" because it??s loose, white feathering is defined by an outline of chocolate-brown color feather tips, which produce a swirling effect.  The bird is full breasted and has a broad back, with females weighing 6 ½ pounds and males 8 ½.  The breed is named after the Wyandotte American Indian tribe of the Iroquois Nation.  Undersized individuals, narrow backs and relatively poor hatches are all characteristics of this breed.  Consequently, very few farmers bred the Wyandotte c

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Williams Family Farm

  Newborn, GA

Selling fresh eggs, all colors except white! We have Americaunas (Easter Eggers), a Rhode Island Red, Partridge Rocks and Welsummers running in our farm yard by day, but closed up at night to protect them from predators. In addition to the bugs and weeds and garden weeds they enjoy organic feed. (more...)


Wiljay Farm

  Fairplay, MD

We are a small family farm that produces naturally grown produce, eggs, and poultry for local market. Heirloom, open pollenated varieties of plants and heritage breed animals are our sources of stock. Wiljay Farm is strictly NON GMO and strives to use organic stock where ever possible. (more...)


Wild Vitality Homestead

  Cecil, OH

Wild Vitality Homestead ~ Adventures in Self-Sufficiency Heather Luttrell is a Certified Clinical Herbalist, Nutritionist and Reiki Practitioner, also trained in Maya Spiritual Bathing. Heather weaves the path of a Healer into her Adventures in Self-Sufficiency as she practices mindful, compassionate animal husbandry and land stewardship. (more...)


Wild Opinion Ranch

  Redmond, OR    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our small farm has grown out of a desire to bring fresh real food to people. Without the help of family or a bank for financial and moral support we decided that since we could not buy a farm we would rent land and turn it into a farm. Which is what we did. (more...)


West Fork Garden Market

  West Fork, AR

The West Fork Garden Market is open the first Saturday of April at 7:30-12:00 noon until Frost and on Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 until dusk. The West Fork Garden Market members are local growers of natural and organic vegetables, meat, eggs, and cut flowers. (more...)