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At Yellow Rose Ranch CA, we are committed to a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle through a closed and independently sustained ecosystem. While our small farm is not yet certified organic, we drive our production in preparation for certification, producing the most naturally nutritious, chemical-, antibiotic- and hormone-free foods we can.
Currently we offer a surplus of free-range, pastured chicken eggs ($5/dozen) , duck eggs ($3/half-dozen), and seasonal fruits such as cherries, oranges, lemons and pomegranates.
We also offer classes and farm tours, (beginning at $29), in raising and processing your own animals for consumption of their eggs and/or meat. Please see our Facebook page for class schedule and additional information: www.facebook.com/pages/Yellow-Rose-Ranch-CA/214828441881686?sk=app_106171216118819
The majority of animals bred at Yellow Rose Ranch CA are considered endangered by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy . What this means is that there may be as few as 500 or less individual birds alive on a global level, and no more than five breeding flocks. We are honored to contribute to the re-capturing of our American heritage, and to share this joy with out community. We do take special orders and breed per request.
Having over 20 different breeds of feathered fowl, we invite you to stop by anytime during daylight hours to sit at the fence and enjoy the barn-yard antics!
At Yellow Rose Ranch CA, we exercise our own form of ecological systems theory and permaculture, working within the confines of Nature rather than attempting to subdue Her. We attempt to turn back time with our breeding projects, wiping the last 60 years of industrial food development away and starting fresh with endangered American Heritage breeds raised the way Nature intended.
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We can't say enough good about the friendliness and knowledge of Nancy the owner at Yellow Rose Ranch. We were having some serious problems with our pond ducks and some health issues with our laying flock.... [more]