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farms Idaho Mohair

 Emmett, ID   

Idaho Mohair is a small farm in Gem County of Southern Idaho. We strive to produce high quality mohair spinning fleeces and registered Colored Angora Goat breed stock.  more...

farms Sage Flower Gardens

 Emmett, ID   

Sage Flower Gardens is full of flower gardens, herb gardens, and lots of fresh vegetables in season, but I specialize in Angora goats. I started out with 5 kids thirteen years ago, and have expanded to 16 goats. I sell does and wethers, well-skirted raw mohair fleece, washed locks, rovings, and yarn from the beautiful, shiny mohair fiber.  more...

member Greenman's Garden Inc.

 Emmett, ID   

A local CSA, Greenman's Garden Inc. offers fresh produce,and herbs from mid-May through October. Our focus is on quality and freshness combined with reduction of waste. We use bio-dynamic growing techniques. We will sell a limited number of shares for 2012.  more...

farmers-markets Emmett Farmers Market

 Emmett, ID   

The Valley of Plenty at its best. Come visit us at the quaint and gorgeous Blaser Park, right next to our train depot, to experience luscious fruits and vegetables, home grown plants for your garden, soaps, salsa, along with beautiful woodwork and crafts of all kinds.  more...

farms Saint John's Organic Farm

 Emmett, ID   

Saint John's Organic Farm is a pasture based family farm 25 miles northwest of Boise (near Emmett). We sell raw milk (under a license issued by the State of Idaho) through a small buyer's co-op. We also sell grass fed and grass finished beef. Our 160 acre farm and all our dairy and beef cows and steers have been certified organic since 1999.  more...

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