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Wanted 1 to 3 laying ducks

Looking for a few more laying ducks. Sorry are maxed out in the drake dept.

3 hours ago
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FOUND our Flock of 9 Sheep and lamb MISSING...

Hello, we are missing a Flock of 9 sheep and a small lamb. ( 8 Ewes and a young Ram and lamb) in the Dukes […]

13 hours ago
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$8.dz.

Duck Eggs for sale

We have lovely duck eggs for sale. Improve your bread or cakes. Our ducks are lovingly cared for. They get to free range, and have […]

April 21, 2018
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Hay for sale

Local Hay for sale One of our horses died and we have surplus hay. $10 per bale or less on ten bale lots.

April 21, 2018
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8.50

Whole Rabbit

Northend farm, farm stand is fully stocked on healthy and delicious whole rabbit. A lean, calorie light option that tastes great and is very adaptable […]

April 20, 2018
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$2.00 each

Goose Eggs

Big white goose eggs. Better than chicken eggs, like a duck egg with the large yolk. Great for baking. I have 11 geese laying. Please […]

April 18, 2018
Featured Rubiayat Red Flesh Apple

$40-$60 each

Rare Organic Apple Trees for Sale

Don’t miss out! It is the last week to order Organic Apple trees from our Nursery. Why Choose Our Apple Trees? Hand selected varieties of […]

April 18, 2018
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goat meat

We still have goat meat for sale. We have stew at 7/lb. and Sausages at 10/lb. We have several flavours of sausage…italian, honey garlic, rosemary […]

April 16, 2018
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30.00

Bramco chicken feeders $30 each

Can meet in a Crofton ferry for walk on passengers. Bramco Chicken Feeders are 17” high and have a 15” base. $30 each or take […]

April 16, 2018
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30$

barrell heater

keeps water from freezing for animals, like chickens, ducks chows, etc.

April 15, 2018
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Rhubarb

$2.50/lb

Rhubarb for sale

Organic rhubarb available now. Picked fresh for you! 10 lb. minimum. Email or call to order.

April 15, 2018
Thyme

Looking for local herbs!

Looking for fresh or dried herbs in bulk, on an ongoing basis Thyme, Lovage, Parsley (fresh only, seeds as well), Oregano Happy to do a […]

April 14, 2018
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Lamb at its Best

Lamb at its Best organically raised on Salt Spring. Standard cut or custom available now by the whole, half or piece. Phone 250 653 4121 […]

April 13, 2018
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Great

HEYDAY FARM at Centennial Park Saturday Mar...

Heyday Farm will be at the Saturday Market with poppies, narcissus, spinach, escarole, purple sprouting broccoli, kale, chard, braising greens, water cress, cilantro and parsley. […]

April 13, 2018
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950.00

Walk Behind Tractor

Collectors item and an extremely useful machine to have on a small farm. I have used it to till and prepare soil for years. Hate […]

April 13, 2018
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Food Scraps

Looking for someone who would like to pick up roughly 2 bins of food waste on a daily basis. Mostly Produce scraps. Must be able […]

April 12, 2018
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Free

Beautiful 6 month old RIR/Buff Orpington Ro...

Beautiful golden rooster – young, energetic and hard working. Free to whoever wants him for their flock of hens. His father is RIR, mother is […]

April 12, 2018
Sidewall+Instant+Canopy+Kit

$50

Two new white 10′ sidewalls for marke...

HI all, I have two new, in the package, Impact brand white sidewalls for a straight leg, market canopy. We bought four but only needed […]

April 10, 2018
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Looking for honey

Looking to buy fresh honey for a friend. Anyone know where i can get local honey?

April 9, 2018
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Looking for rainbow chicken eggs (eat not h...

I’m looking for farms selling colourful eggs at their farm stands. I used to have chickens and miss the dark brown, blue and green eggs! […]

April 8, 2018
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Buy or borrow

Looking for Broody Box

Lòoking for broody box for our chicken. Thanks

April 8, 2018
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$7 / dozen

Organic eggs for sale

Stop by our farm shop for eggs. Our flock of heritage hens feast on certified organic grains, green manures and the remains of our field […]

April 7, 2018
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$3 for 4 plants

Sweet peas plants for sale

Each year we plant a large patch of sweet peas for the heady fragrance and sheer beauty of the flowers. Our seed mix contains a […]

April 7, 2018
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Free/cheep

Egg Cartons

Looking for non damaged and clean egg cartons that hold a dozen eggs. Will trade a carton of eggs for 10 clean empty cartons.

April 4, 2018
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5.00-6.00/pound

French Fingerling Seed Poitatoes

We have beautiful saved French Fingerling seed potatoes. Red skin, light yellow flesh. Delicious and versatile fingerling to cook with. 5 pound bag is 30.00 […]

April 3, 2018
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$20.00 or trade

Handsome chested mallard x Drake

Too pretty for pot. 1yr.old very attractive drake. Looking for his own flock. $20. OR trade for younger duck or chicken.

April 2, 2018
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$6.50/lb

Local grass finished ground beef.

For sale: Local grass finished ground beef. 10 lb minimum. $6.50 lb. 4 – 10 lb bags of soup bones. $5.00/bag.

April 2, 2018
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Wanted a couple of newborn chicks or duckli...

I have 2 broody hens have have been sitting on blank eggs, does anyone have a couple of newborn chicks or ducklings? THANKS Dorothy Happy […]

April 1, 2018
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$70

Deer Fencing wire

2 rolls of 6’fencing wire 1-150’+ new. 1- 120’+ used in good shape

March 31, 2018
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