Tuscarora White corn
Tuscarora White Corn, otherwise known as Iroquois White Corn, is an ancient heirloom corn grown at the Iroquois Cattaraugus Reservation in western New York State. Tuscarora is an heirloom variety of eight-row corn that has historically been a staple of the Iroquois Nation. The corn has big white kernels, large ears, and is the perfect consistency to grind into corn meal for breads and soups. Its genetic variability fashions a range of flavors from earthy to sugary. Tuscarora is praised within the Iroquois Nation as a link to good physical health, as well as its intrinsic connection to the vibrancy of traditional native cultures.
Family owned and operated. Located between Johnstown and Ligonier, PA, in the Laurel Mtns. Organic, Angus, Holstein, Guernsey, Sheep, Pigs, Chickens, Arabians, Turkey, Nubian Goats. Land and greenhouse crops and floral. Our farm is part of our estate and is closed to the public unless otherwise by invitation. (more...)
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