Sheepnose Pimiento

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The Sheepnose pimiento is an Ohio heirloom plant that is a watery chile pepper with a rich meaty flavor. The pepper is filled with a mild tangy flavor and rates at 0 on a 1-5 heat scale. The Sheepnose Pimiento is generally used for canning and cooking.


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Wild Winds Sheep Company

  Carpenter, WY

We're a small family operated ranch on the southeastern Wyoming prairie just east of Cheyenne. We raise a limited production of grass fed, all natural Lambs and Irish Dexter Cattle in a free-range humane setting, never confined in a feed lot like situation. Our animals receive the best possible care. (more...)


Wild Persimmon Farm

  Greensboro, NC

We are a small family farm located on Randleman Lake, growing only heirloom fruits and vegetables and raising only heritage breeds of beef, pork, and fowl. Although we are not yet certified organic, we use organic methods, never using chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizer or non-GMO seeds. (more...)


White Oak Valley Farm

  McDonald, TN

We are a traditional small family farm providing farm fresh vegetables to customers in the spring, summer and fall. Our produce is available at area farmers markets as well as through our Summer CSA program. We also offer pesticide free heirloom vegetable plants seasonally at local farmers markets. (more...)


Whirlwind Farm

  Geraldine, AL

Whirlwind Farm is 15 beautiful ac. With 8ac. of mixed forest along Town Creek in Geraldine, Al. 7 ac of open land producing mixed vegetables and herbs on 2.5 ac. (more...)


Weeks Farm

  Waynesboro, TN

We have 1 acre of U-Pick Blueberries. We stared picking blueberries June 7.(more...)