Black Turkey

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The original Black Spanish turkey made the voyage to the Americas with early European colonists. Once here, the variety was crossed with Eastern wild turkeys, which formed the basis for the Black turkey variety in America, named for its lustrous, metallic black plumage. Up until the early 1900s, Blacks were bred in large numbers along the East Coast, their popularity enhanced by selection for a calm disposition, rapid growth, and early maturation. The Standard weight is 23 pounds for young toms and 14 pounds for young hens. Heritage turkeys like the Black are known for their exceptional flavor and texture.

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Rainbow Ranch Farms

  Pinon Hills, CA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Specializing in heritage breeds without the use of any corn, soy or wheat. We are G.M.O.-Free and antibiotic free, growing slow-grown, free-range, foraged poultry, pastured meat and heritage eggs as nature intended. Certified Humane and Ethical Handling! Voted #1 C.S.A. in Southern California by CBS-LA(more...)


Prairie Produce

  Alton, IA

The best way to describe us a family farm using sustainable practices to make a living providing good, nutrition filled food for ourselves and our customers. Since 1990 we have been selling fruits and vegetables at the Orange City Farmer's Market that are grown without chemicals on our farm. (more...)


Perennial Roots

  Accomac, VA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our project began as a homestead. We were looking to live a simpler life. As we cultivated herbs and tended our trees, we began to produce more than we could eat. We eased into selling to neighbors and friends and markets. We use no pesticides or herbicides -- we are a no-spray farm. (more...)


Otter Hook Farms

  Greenville, NY

We grow a wide variety of heirloom vegetables for our CSA, using organic practices. We use a variety of rock powders and minerals on our soil to increase the nutrient density of our crops. (more...)


Old Maids Farm, LLC

  South Glastonbury, CT

We are a family owned farm managed by Sharon and George Purtill. Our main farm is located along the banks of the Connecticut River at the intersection of Tryon Street and Old Maids Lane. We are among the largest certified organic farms in Connecticut. We farm on a rotational 86 acres certified for organic production by the USDA. (more...)


North Raleigh Farmers Market

  Raleigh, NC

Here at the North Raleigh Farmers Market we specialize in providing the public with goods from 75 miles around us. Our farmers are part of a cooperative working as a joint effort to provide the best possible experience around. We feature our many farmers who use a no spray philosophy and/or only offer animal welfare approved meats. (more...)