Deer Tongue lettuce, also known as Matchless lettuce, dates back to the early 1740s, whereas the Amish Deer Tongue lettuce is variety from a later era‚??circa 1840. The name ‚??deer tongue‚?? comes from the variety‚??s pointed leaves, triangularly shaped with green straight edges. Because of its heat tolerance, the Amish Deer Tongue is less prone to bolting under high temperatures. The lettuce has a thin midrib, good texture and wonderful flavor that is pleasantly sharp. This plant is great for home gardeners as it is tolerant of different c
German family farm delivers heritage turkeys, broiler chickens, goatmeat, lamb,
farmstead hen . We specialize in raw cheese yogurt, Zia's feta, Lunas blue moon blue cheese. We sell all dairy products and meats for pet food only not for human consumption by State Florida law so please do not ask us to explain the Florida law. Please do your own research on raw dairy
NEXT CHEESEMAKING CHEVRE; CLASS SCHEDUALED MARCH 10TH 2012
Urban Agriculture at it's best! Backyard community farming brings sustainable farming practices to your backyard. Locally grown, organic method vegetable farm right out your door. Each farm is customized to your family size and dining habits. We grow, tend, and harvest for you. You provide the space, we grow!
We have added a consulting program teaching small scale organic farming to those who wish to do it yourself.
Also servicing restaurants in the Portland area
Yellow Hen Farm is located on the Alcovy River in Covington, Georgia. We sell seasonal produce and fresh eggs from our free-range hens as well as a few natural skin care products that we make ourselves. We use no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, and our chickens and horses are a big part of our system for building healthy soil in the garden and pasture. Each week, we email customers a list of what's available.
WTR is a family farm built and worked by just the 6 of us Wynns. We are located in a historic valley near the Battle of Prairie Grove site. Once a "Viney Grove" for which it bears the name and then a heavy producer of tomatoes and strawberries in the early part of the 1900's, is now home to our "ranch". Initially growing hydroponic tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers, we now farm an additional 5 acres ranging widely in variety and amounts of field crops.
Wolf Creek Family Farm is a small family farm in Peculiar, Cass County, Missouri. We offer a variety of vegetables and herbs as well as grass-fed beef, pork, free range poultry and farm fresh eggs. We try hard to use natural farming methods that preserve the integrity of the land and provide wholesome, chemical-free food for our customers. We hope our community will begin to buy more from local growers and we consider ourselves your Personal Family of Farmers!