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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Thorn Acres

  Muscotah, KS

Thorn Acres is ran by myself (Lori), husband (Mike) and our 3 children. We started our farm as a 4-H project and it turned into our life. We raise nubian goats for milk, cheese and sometimes meat. Thorn Acres got it's name from our first born buck to Rose our first nubian doe. (more...)


Thistle Byre Farm

  Delphi, IN

Check out the farm pictures on face book..... We will not up date Local Harvest after this year due to costs ...check out face book for daily farm updates and useful information.....Our website is in the process of being updated...so face book is most accurate now....We are also on LinkedIn.. Eat clean and healthy food! (more...)


The Paradise Market

  Paradise, UT

We strongly support and encourage self-reliance, sustainability, charity, and community involvement. We welcome anyone sharing similar interests.(more...)


The North Portland Farm of Project Grow at Port City

  Portland, OR

The North Portland Farm is an urban farm in North Portland. We keep a few dozen chickens, four goats, and about an acre of organic vegetables and fruits. Our plots are formerly abandoned/abused lots that have been cleaned, remediated, and extensively tested for soil quality and health. (more...)


The Last Stand Farm

  Prineville, OR    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are your neighborhood farm that honors the soil and respects the waters. We sow healthy seeds that enhance the soil and provide nutritionally dense vegetables, herbs and flowers. Our hens provide rich eggs for you and lots of great fertilizer for our dirt. (more...)


The Farmer's Wife

  Bessemer, PA

Located on the Ohio-Pa border, our 100 acre farm has been in the family for generations. Our heritage breeds are naturally-raised on organic pastures. The animals are fed only soy-free, organic grains (no hormones, medication or animal by-products), grown here on the farm plus all the green grass, clover and bugs they can eat. (more...)