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Cedar Run Cattle Company

At Cedar Run Cattle Company we raise our own beef cattle and sell USDA inspected, naturally fed, dry aged beef to retail customers, neighbors and friends. Our family eats the same meat we sell to consumers everyday. Our beef is raised in fresh air, on native pasture, with salt, mineral and fresh water. Our product is also finished on pasture (grass fed) to give it that flavor we have come to enjoy. We do not use growth hormones, growth stimulants, artificial or antibiotic feed additives.

Arlington's Natural Meats

Candy Anderson

Welcome to Arlington's Natural Meats where we sell Angus beef and Duroc pork raised on our farm directly to you. We are committed to humanely raising animals. Everything we sell is born and raised on our farm, so you can rest assured that our meats are hormone, antibiotic, and animal by-product free.

You can find us at local farmers' markets and at "special delivery" sites throughout the DelMarVa region. Our convenient on-line pre-ordering makes pick-up easy on market day. Or, for those with large freezers or large groups of like-minded friends, you may want to consider "cowpooling". A whole beef can divided for up to six families, all separately boxed, and delivered to a location of your choosing anywhere within 100 miles of our farm.

Whether you try one of our family or variety packages or buy a few hamburgers to grill this weekend, we're certain you will agree that being part of the local food movement by "eating where you live" is delicious.

Blueberry Lane Berry Farm

David Size

Vegetables and Berries
Alternative Phone #: 302 238-7067

Crow Farm

The Crow Farm, a 3rd generation family farm

Crow Farm owners Judy and Roy Crow both grew up on farms and both have a passion for maintaining the agricultural authenticity of the area and Crow Farm. Their motto: "stay original" drives a growing business of selling their natural grass-fed beef to local citizens and quality restaurants in the area.

The newly opened B&B provides a unique visitor experience for the area, the ability to immerse in farm life as it used to be...home-cooked meals, purring barn cats, rustic barns, meandering walking trails through the wide open fields and a friendly angus beef herd. The wide open vistas of fields epitomize the lush heartland of historic Kent County, Maryland.

Chesapeake Bay Farm

For three generations, the Holland family has been bringing consumers Grade "A" milk - meeting the highest quality and standards in the milk industry. In the last 20 years, large corporate mega dairies have been overwhelming the milk market and as a direct result, the small family dairy farms are almost extinct. Currently, our farm is the last remaining dairy in Worcester county.Danny and Ken Holland have adapted to changing technology on the farm. In the early days of the farm, Marion Lee (father to Ken and Grandfather to Dan) raised his herd on corn. Today, our 250 cow herd is fed by corn raised on our farm but supplemented with grazing from our lush pastures of rye and sorghum, cotton seed and other grains to meet a regimented diet created by a nutritional specialist. Our farm uses cutting edge technology such as embryo transplanting and semen importation to ensure we produce the finest offspring. We also have a technologically advanced system to allow us to milk 16 cows at a time.

Sharon's Natural Gardens

Sharon Carson
I have some foods available in the winter: Jerusalem Artichokes, some frozen things, some dried things, and whole black walnuts. We also sell seeds and plants grown in our gardens. We also hold classes in organic/biodynamic gardening, basket weaving and other homestead skills.

The Good Farm

Organic growing is everything to me.

I started my journey with organic growing four years ago. It is a full-time passion, hobby, exercise, lifestyle, mindset; and part time job. My produce has been purchased by restaurants, a health food store, traded to restaurants, used as landscape and interior decoration, bartered to a commercial fisherman for seafood, given to friends, and it feeds my ducks and chickens on occasion.

Community Organics

We're glad you found us!
Community Organics offers folks in lower Delaware delicious and healthy produce, herbs, and eggs. We grow everything according to the high standards of Certified Naturally Grown. Please look around our site and let us know if there is anything we can help you with.

Community Organics is a small farm located near Greenwood, Delaware. We grow a wide variety of vegetables, most of which are heirloom and open-pollinated varieties. We are committed to organic principles and are Certified Naturally Grown, a national program in which member farmers hold each other accountable for the integrity of their growing practices. Our soil quality is a key focus for us. We have paid attention not only to fertility needs, but also to trace elements and minerals. Community Organics' basic operating principle is that human health is dependent on the balance and health of the soil that our food comes from. We are happy to share the specifics of our growing practices, so let us know if you have any questions.

Matthew Santich Farm

Matthew Santich
grows Vegetables, herbs, Berries

Priapi Gardens

Vic Priapi

We have 2.6 acres of produce certified as organic. We are offering spinach, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, romanesco, kale, radishes, mixed baby greens, gourmet potatoes, raspberries, tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers, turnips, carrots, onions, leeks, fresh herbs, and much more.

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