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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Strattons Farm

  Stirling, ON

Strattons is an ecologically sound small farm employing Organic growing methods. The farm is powered by two Suffolk Punch Draft horses. All produce is grown, and all animals are pasture raised on the farm giving you the security of knowing where your food comes from. (more...)


Stone Cloud Gardens Ltd.

  St. Johns, MI

I began farming at Stone Cloud Gardens in 1993. I began going to markets in 1994. My business has grown. I have learned. It is my hope that customers that come to Farmers Markets appreciate what is special about Market Gardening and... ASK THESE QUESTIONS..... Did you grow this? What variety is this? Why did you choose this variety? (more...)


Stillwater Valley Farm

  Jamestown, NY

We are greenhorn farmers in our twenties who live on a historic, falling-apart old farm. It was previously farmed by at least 4 generations of family before us, but had been out of farming use for many years before we started again. Currently, we are planting and preparing for a good season. (more...)


Stick and Stone Farm

  Ithaca, NY

Stick and Stone Farm started on a few acres of rented land in Newfield, NY. It is now 72 acres of land in the Town of Ulysses, between Jacksonville and Ithaca on route 96. We raise 25 acres of certified organic vegetables, flowers and free range chicken eggs. We attend the Ithaca Farmers' Market on Saturdays and Sundays May-November. (more...)


Steve and Robert's Market

  Springfield, MO

We are a growers only market. This market has been in existence for thirty years and continues to see growth as one of the largest growers only markets in the state of Missouri. We begin our regular season in mid April and meet three times a week [Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday] through October. We begin each market day at 8:30 A.M. (more...)


StarHigh Farm

  Lawrenceville, PA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Starhigh Farm has been a labor of love for my husband and I since we purchased the abandoned, rundown property in 2008. Each year we expand our farm with heritage livestock and heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Our current project is trimming and pruning our heirloom apple orchard. (more...)