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Suggest or Recommend a Ranch, Dairy, Farm or Egg Producer to be Added

Customers: Add / Suggest a Ranch, Dairy, Farm or Egg Producer to be Added to the Website!

There are always beekeepers I just haven't heard about. I've tried to make the form as easy and brief as possible!  If you know of a Ranch, Dairy, Farm or Egg Producer that you think should be added to (or the related websites), please tell me what you know about it here! 

If you want to comment or provide feedback about a farm that is ALREADY listed on the website, please use the Feedback form instead.

Beekeepers, farmers and Farm Employees: STOP! If you are the owner or employee of the apiary, farm, market, orchard, event etc, or you have very detailed information about the farm, STOP! DO NOT use this form - this is for general visitors and customers.  Owners, Employees, Farmers, please use our detailed Add-My-Farm submission page (click here: Add My Farm).

 Customers: just tell me what you know about the farm here, and I'll try to find them! Anything you can tell me is helpful!

YOUR Name:
      YOUR email address:   
FARM'S name  Farm's phone:
example: 404-354-8756
Farm's street address Farm's city or town


  County (or province)

County (not country) (eg, "Fulton County")

Zip or post code Farm's website address

(If they have a website; see below for facebook pages!)

Country: Farm's Facebook page

(The actual URL, not a search phrase)

   Farm's email address
(email, not the website)
Open hours: Can you tell us what months, days or hours are they open?

If you know which of these they offer for sale, please check them:

Check all amenities and services that you offer, and anything else that applies. If you offer related items not included in this list, you can add them in the Other Information section!

Meats raised on site, or within 50 miles:

Chicken (NOT free range) Chicken (free range) Turkey Duck
Beef Bison (aka "Buffalo") Veal Pork Lamb Mutton Goat
Fresh water fish farm Salt water fish farm Shrimp farm
Exotic meats (snake, crocodile, escargot, turtle, ostrich, etc.)
Methods of production / certifications
Certified USDA organic Uncertified USDA Natural
Kosher Halal
No hormones used No antibiotics used
100% Corn fed 100% Grain fed 100% Grass fed (includes finishing)
100% grass and/or grain fed
100% mixture of corn, soybeans and/or other natural feed supplements
Food services:
Fresh farm breakfasts Lunches offered Farm dinners, snacks, refreshments and/or concessions
Milk and Dairy:
Milk   Organic Milk   Unpasteurized Cow's Milk   Unpasteurized organic cow's Milk   Goat Milk   Unpasteurized goat's milk   Unpasteurized, organic goat's milk  
Cheese,    Yoghurt,    Fresh ice cream, made on premises,   
Eggs (organic, free range, vegetarian fed)  
Eggs (organic, vegetarian fed)  
Eggs (free range, vegetarian fed)  
Eggs (vegetarian fed)  
Eggs (free range)  
Brown eggs
Specialty eggs (see below)
Additional Products sold:
Sausage Luncheon meats Scrapple Bacon (pork) Turkey bacon Smoked meats
Amenities onsite:
Farm market with fruits and vegetables  Restaurant   Ice cream shop   Snack bar  Restrooms   Wedding facilities  Hiking trails  Fishing onsite
Within an easy drive to an Interstate road Farm/ranch tours for visitors School tours Children welcome No children under 18 please Pets welcome No pets, please handicap accessible meeting room available
Other services:
Cattle drive adventures specialty riding/roping lessons horse-drawn hayrides horse-drawn carriage rides Horse-drawn sleigh rides (weather permitting)

Other information:

Tours or demonstrations

Amenities and Payment options: (click on any that they have or apply!)

restrooms   gift shop  
concession stand (drinks, snacks and/or food)   picnic area 
corn maze   pumpkin patch (pick in the field where they grow),  pumpkins (harvested and laid out on the ground or lawn),   
pumpkins (in a market, stand or shop),   
Bouncy house or moon bounce   pony rides  petting zoo 
farm animals  jumping pillow  zip lines 
birthday parties   weddings and wedding parties  
group tours of the operation   group tours   school tours  
winery, brewery, and/or distillery tours or tastings  

Payment Options:
Cash    Check/Cheque   
Debit card  Visa/MasterCard    Discover   AmEx  
WIC Vouchers  SFMNP Vouchers
Free, no payments needed
Free, no payments needed, unless you buy from concessions/vendors

Description: Can you tell us any other useful details; like is the honey organic? How about other activities, like a petting zoo, festivals, workshops, tours, etc.?
Feedback: How did you like the apiary or venue?

If they also have other operations at this location, besides honey, please check them. Check all that apply on the site!

Meat, Milk and/or Eggs - Ranches / dairies / /farms raising on-site and selling: milk or eggs or beef, pork, turkey, chicken, bison, other meats, etc.,
Honey produced ON-SITE at this location; honeybees and apiaries
Pick-your-own (U-pick) vegetables, fruits, nuts, flowers and other crops
      (except pumpkins - check Halloween below for just pumpkins alone)
Farm produce stand, farm market, roadside stand, local produce market,
      direct farm or garden sales, etc., as long some produce is local 
Farmers market (multiple farms and/or vendors operating in one venue or location) 
Halloween Pumpkin Patch (pumpkin patches, Halloween farm events ) 
Fall festival and/or related Autumn events  
Corn mazes
Hay rides, wagon rides
Zombie paintball, Zombie lastertag
Christmas tree farms & lots, (all types: pre-cut, choose-and-cut, etc.) and Christmas tree lots  
Maple syrup orchards and sugarhouses
Farm dairies - dairies with any direct consumer sales of dairy products or farm tours
Farm Bed and Breakfasts - Bed and breakfasts at /on a farm
Farm venues for events: birthday parties, weddings, business meetings, retreats, dude ranches, etc.
Horses: Horseback riding, stables, carriage rides, sleigh rides, anything related to horses
Wineries, Breweries, Cider Mills and Distilleries: that have tours, tastings or
      other activities for visitors
Wholesale agricultural producers (whether you have one crop or many to sell
      wholesale and both local sales and/or able to ship) 
Community food festivals and food events (those not held by a single farm, on a
       single farm; such as a community apple festival) 
Easter egg hunts (If this is ONLY an Easter egg hunt, & nothing else above, use this form instead)
Farm equipment, resources, information, services and/or products
Other farm-related activities and products not listed above
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To REPEAT: If you are the farm's owner, employee or you have very detailed information about the farm, DO NOT use this form -

This formis intended for visitors and customers.  Farmers, please use our more detailed Add-My-Farm submission page (click here: Add My Farm).

The form above adds recommended farms and markets to the following websites: - - - - - - - - - - - - - )

(Many of these websites are presently being developed, so your suggestions and recommended farms are appreciated!)



Grain-fed Beef

• Grain-fed beef is the most widely produced kind of beef by the approximately 800,000 beef producers across the United States.

• Grain-fed cattle spend most of their lives eating grass in pastures, they then move on to a feedlot where to they eat a high-energy grain diet for three to six months.

Grass-finished Beef

• All beef that is grass-fed as cattle spend the majority of their lives eating grass in pastures. However, grass-finished beef comes from cattle that have been raised solely on pasture their entire lives.

• Grass-finished cattle may be entered into the Certified Organic Program and must adhere to the same guidelines. However, grass-finished beef is not necessarily Certified Organic Beef as these cattle may be given FDA-approved antibiotics and/or growth promotants.

Definition of "Natural": also see:

According to USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), "natural" may be used on a label for meat if:

  • the product does not contain any artificial flavor or flavoring, coloring ingredient, or chemical preservative or any other artificial or synthetic ingredient; and
  • the product and its ingredients are not more than minimally processed (FSIS Directive 7220.1 Policy Memo 55 "Natural Claims").
  • The definition of "natural" does not consider the way in which animals were raised and or what they were fed so natural beef can be grain-fed, grass-finished or organic as long as it's minimally processed and contains no additives.
  • Some beef products may be labeled "natural" based on a marketer's production specifications, such as "raised without growth promotants and antibiotics."

Ball home canning kit water bath canner

Home Canning Kits

This is the same type of standard canner that my grandmother used to make everything from applesauce to jams and jellies to tomato and spaghetti sauce. This complete kit includes everything you need and lasts for years: the canner, jar rack, jar grabber tongs, lid lifting wand, a plastic funnel, labels, bubble freer, and the bible of canning, the Ball Blue Book. It's much cheaper than buying the items separately. You'll never need anything else except jars & lids (and the jars are reusable)! There is also a simple kit with just the canner and rack, and a pressure canner, if you want to do vegetables (other than tomatoes). To see more canners, of different styles, makes and prices, click here!

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