We grow sweet corn and tomatoes and lots of veggies and melons, cut flowers, sunflowers and herbs. Everything is freshly picked daily- sometimes a couple times a day. If we are running low we just go out and pick more- that's how fresh our stuff is. We also bring in all of the seasonal fruit, peaches, hard-to-find white peaches, apricots, plums, berries, pears, apples...

Our small cow/calf operation started as a way to avoid mowing unused pasture... put a cow in it. We now keep a handful of choice cows that we breed with local bulls to produce a small number of feeders that we manage from birth to butcher right here in West Newton, PA. Our cattle are entirely grass fed... our own pasture in the summer and our own hay in the winter.

A diversified family farm offering organically grown vegetables and herbs, pasture raised meats, including beef, pork, chicken, lamb, turkey and four varieties of homemade sausage, plus home-processed items like pickles, jams, mustards and more.

Premium wool in a palette of natural colors - by the ounce, pound, full fleece, or on the hoof - brought to you by happy Shetland sheep living the good life in the Siskiyou mountains of southern Oregon.

One of the Largest UPik Blueberry Farms in the state of Alabama

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One of the Largest UPik Blueberry Farms in the state of Alabama

Wilderness Farm Stay at Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast. Nestled in the Cabinet Mountain Range only 45 minutes from Sandpoint, Idaho. Your secluded tent cabin features a queen-sized feather bed, wood stove, fully-equipped camp kitchen, fire pit, camp shower and s'mores. Start each morning with a farm-style breakfast at our solar-powered homestead. Harvest fresh veg...

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Organic farming is a method of agriculture that, rather than using synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, uses more natural means, such as crop rotation, biological pest control techniques, and compost, to produce its crops. The following are some things to keep in mind if you plan to begin organic growing...