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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Urban Patchwork

  Austin, TX

Urban Patchwork Neighborhood Farms provide fresh, affordable food for Austin one neighborhood at a time. We believe community is the backbone of health, security and sustainability. (more...)

Two by Two Farm

  Victor, ID

We are a micro-farm dedicated to growing natural, healthy, and humanely raised food. We believe in sustainable farm practices and raising animals on all-natural pasture and grains. Our practices are much more labor intensive than conventional animal husbandry, but the taste and welfare of the livestock is undeniably superior. (more...)

Two Thumbs Ranch

  Bellevue, MI

Two Thumbs Ranch...a centennial family farm reminiscent of long ago days when everyone grew or raised their own groceries (or had a neighbor who would share). Wendell, Ginny and Tres Stine strive to manage a wide variety of livestock using natural and sustainable practices. (more...)

Two By Two Farms

  Powder Springs, GA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a small farm to table producer of meat, eggs, and milk. We also have a small local producer farm store. Our goals are to be self sustaining and all natural/organic in all our efforts. We raise heritage breed sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, cattle, and fowl (chicken, ducks, and quail.) We do farm tours and educational forums.(more...)

Twin Oaks Farm

  Port Crane, NY

Twin Oaks Farm is a small privately owned farm in Broome Co. NY. producing grass fed beef, free range brown eggs, pasture raised chicken and turkey. We produce both commercial breed and heritage breed turkeys. We are a NYS Beef Quality Assurance certified producer and a participant in the GRAZE NY program. (more...)

Turtle Hill Homestead

  Ferrum, VA

Turtle Hill Homestead is a small family homestead in rural Ferrum, VA. We are all natural and raise our animals and crops as organically as possible meaning no chemicals and GMO-free! (more...)