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farms Goods From The Woods - A Wild Crops Farm

 Salem, MO       Shop

Wild crops - pinyon pine nuts, kernels, seasonis, hickory nuts, witch hazel hydrosol and distillate, elderflower water, yarrow hydrosol, passion flower, new jersey tea and other native botanicals natural and organic farm direct for health and beauty. witch hazel freshly harvested and quickly steam distilled .  more...

farms Meramec Bison Farm, LLC

 Salem, MO   

Grass fed Bison. No antibiotics, no growth hormones, no steroids. All Bison meat is state inspected by Missouri Department of Agriculture. We sell to CSAs, health food stores and individuals. One half of our farm has a conservation easement with the Ozark Regional Land Trust.  more...

farms Jones Farm Beef

 Salem, MO   

Naturally Grass Fed Angus Beef. We have been raising cattle on the same ground in Southern Missouri since 1847. We work with a local Butcher and can customize any size order. We graze our Beef on natural Bermuda grass before butchering.  more...

farms Artisans Village

 Salem, MO      Blog

We are a small family farm, serving the nutritional needs of our own clan and a few others that happen to find us...We have a few butcher lambs, Scottish Highland cattle for sale, and lots of merino and border leicester fleece. We also have a large greenhouse with various greens available mostly year round.  more...

farms Blackwell Family Produce

 Salem, MO   

We are a small family owned and operated truck farm. We sell vegetables at the Rolla and Salem Farmer's Markets as well as at the farm. We grow from eight to ten acres of vegetables each year. We began in the late 70's.  more...

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