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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Currier Brook Farm

  Wentworth, NH

Our farm and products are produced with a philosophy of food diversity and sustainability. We offer organic eggs, pork, chicken and turkey plus seasonal fruits and veggies. Our varieties are based on the Slow Food Ark of Taste and local availability. We also consult the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. (more...)


Crowfoot Farm

  Amissville, VA

Crowfoot Farm is a family owned and operated farm in Amissville, Virginia. We began farming to provide clean, nutrient-dense, and humanely raised foods for our family and yours. Our goals include stewardship of the land, as well as the preservation of rare heritage breeds of livestock for future generations. (more...)


Crooked Creek Farms

  Morgantown, KY

Crooked Creek Farms is a family farm located in South Central Kentucky were we raise fruits, vegetables, and specialty meats. We raise our crops as naturally as possible and all of our meats are pastured with no antibiotics or hormones. (more...)


Crooked Barn Farm

  Wooster, OH

We sell most of our products at Wooster Local Roots. Our early season produce includes lettuce, spinach, radishes, asparagus, peas, swiss chard, and onions. As we get further into the summer our gardens overflow with tomatoes, peppers, beans, beets, squash, strawberries, leeks, cauliflower, and broccoli. (more...)


Crescent Moon Farm

  Santa Rosa, CA

David and I grow top-quality produce with a focus on open pollinated and heirloom varieties. We are located on 1/2 acre in Rincon Valley and have added another 1/2 acre just a mile away which allows us to grow a more diverse selection of produce. Though we are not certified organic, we do grow following those principles. (more...)


Crazy Woman Ranch

  Grandview, WA

Crazy Woman Ranch is family owned and operated in the lower Yakima Valley. Our philosophy is sustainability and we prefer to employ methods of management that allows us to proudly produce quality tree fruit, garden produce, poultry, goat milk and cheese and naturally raised beef and pork. (more...)