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farms Spin The Bunny Rabbitry

 Cocolalla, ID         Blog Shop

FRENCH ANGORA BUNNIES!! We have a HUGE assortment of fleeces, fiber, roving and batts for the handspinner! Our bunnies are here! Email or call to reserve your French Angora bunny! Gentle personalities and fabulous wool to spin into yarn! Handspun Yarns, Fleeces, Rovings for the handspinner.  more...


farms Funky Spun

 Cocolalla, ID      

FRENCH ANGORA BUNNIES are here! If you have been thinking of raising rabbits for spinning their wool contact me. Our first litter of 2013 is here! Soft, fluffy, silky angora bunnies! Handspun Yarns, Fleeces, Rovings for the handspinner.  more...


farms McKerracher Family Farm

 Careywood, ID      

We have naturally grown,better than organic, grass raised, Pastured Poultry, from April thru September, and Meat Sheep. Order in advance, limited supply.Call to get details. Eggs are also available. We are currently looking to expand and will consider taking in an intern or intern couple.  more...


farms Vern's Veggies and More!

 Cocolalla, ID   

Our family has been farming in the Cocolalla area since 1911 (over 100 years). Vern and Amy started a market garden in 2006, and sell to local stores and restaurants throughout the year and at the Farmer's Market at Sandpoint in season. We raise our vegetables following organic standards, though we are not certified.  more...


farms Celestial Natural Farms

 Careywood, ID   

This year on Celestial Natural Farms we are raising all natural grass fed beef. They are finished on our lush green pastures & local grown natural grain for 120 days. We raise rabbits & free range eggs, also fed an all natural diet with farm fresh veggies. Don't forget gifts for your yard, garden & yummy all natural treats for your dog.  more...


farms The Gardens of Bill & Lisa Shock

 Cocolalla, ID   

Growing Biodynamic foods. Biodynamic methods were developed in Europe about 90 years ago as the original "organic" method. Since then, field tests have shown it to be equal to or superior to all other methods of agriculture.  more...



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