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Amish Pie squash

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This squash originated with Amish gardeners in the mountains of Maryland. The oval-shaped and slightly pointed squash can weigh up to 75 pounds. The Amish Pie Squash has pale orange flesh that is thick, sweet and moist.

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Serenity Valley Farm

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Serenity Farm

  Murrieta, CA

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Schultz Valley Farms

  Lancaster, OH    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

My husband, children, and I farm and operate around 200 acres with my husband's parents in the Bremen area.Our family believes in producing farm fresh quality products for consumers in the local community. (more...)


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  Brunswick, GA

We are a 180 acre farm located in Coastal Georgia. We raise and sell local, sustainably grown produce, beef, goat meat and honey. We supply produce for a number of area restaurants and maintain a 50 member CSA Program. For more information about our farm please visit our website: www.sapelofarms.com (more...)


Sam's Icelandic Sheep Farm, llc

  Alton, MO

We are the Wallaces, living in the heart of the Ozarks, central Missouri, 15 miles north of the Arkansas border. We raise the wonderfully beautiful Icelandic Sheep on our small farm. There are also chickens, turkeys, guineas, guardian dogs and our faithful FarmCollie. (more...)


SIW Vegetables

  Chadds Ford, PA

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