Wild Catfish

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As recently as the 1970's, Americans – particularly Southerners – ate only wild catfish from both salt and fresh waters. The proliferation of farm raised catfish and their promotion led most Americans to believe that the farm-raised product was cleaner and therefore better. Today there are only a small handful of wild catfishermen left. Many of these fishermen still use the traditional hoop nets, a style that was taught to the Cajuns by the American Indians of the region. The Wild catfish is buttery and has a creamy texture. Its flavor and consistency make wild catfish superior in taste to farm raised catfish.

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Wild Ocean Seafood Market

  Titusville, FL

We are a family owned and operated seafood market based in Titusville with docks in Port Canaveral. We deal in Florida Seafood and specialize in Local Wild-Caught East Coast Shrimp. (more...)

Two Mule Farms

  Armuchee, GA

Two mule farms is located on the banks of the Oostanaula river in the foothills of north georgia. We strive to raise the highest quality chemical free produce. To date we offer over 25 varities of vegtables; Lettuce, spinach, chard, onions, potatoes, beans, peas, corn, tomatoes, squash, peppers, watermelon,and cantaloupe just to name a few. (more...)

Peaceful Heart Farm

  Claudville, VA

Peaceful Heart Farm is a beautiful family owned and operated farm in Claudville, Virginia in Patrick County Virginia, nestled between Winston-Salem, NC and Roanoke, VA. (more...)

Oregon Farmers Market

  Oregon, WI

Fresh From Local Family Farms To Your Family's Table! Every TUESDAY from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm May through October 787 N. Main St., Oregon, Wisconsin, In front of Bill's Food Center. (more...)

McFarland Farmers Market

  McFarland, WI

McFarland's Farmers' Market. The best locally produced food and art from our families to yours. Every Thursday 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm May 5th through October 29 2019 At the McFarland Pick nā?? (more...)