Welcome to Redemption Springs!

Welcome to Redemption Springs!

My name is Seth, your guide and farmer, and my wife is Stephanie, the reason this farm is so pretty. I am an 8th generation farmer from Harford County, raised on a traditional small farm with Black Angus and sheep and hogs. Stephanie and I got hitched in 2019, and...
Bourbon Red Turkey : Threatened : Slow Ark Food of Taste

Bourbon Red Turkey : Threatened : Slow Ark Food of Taste

The Bourbon Red turkey is named for Bourbon County in Kentucky’s Bluegrass region where it originated in the late 1800’s. It was ambitiously selected and promoted for utility traits, a heavy breast and richly flavored meat. The Bourbon Red was an important commercial...
Light Brahma: Recovering

Light Brahma: Recovering

Often referred to as the “King of All Poultry,” the Brahma chicken is appreciated for its great size, strength, and vigor. By 1901 some individual birds were documented to have reached the incredible weights of 17 to 18.25 pounds for cocks. Brahmas are large chickens...
Black Australorps: Recovering

Black Australorps: Recovering

Black Australorp chickens were imported into Australia during the period between 1890 and about 1900. In England during this same period, Black Australorps were being refined for their meat qualities. However, the Australians immediately valued the breed for its...
Red Wattle : Threatened : Slow Ark Food of Tast

Red Wattle : Threatened : Slow Ark Food of Tast

The Red Wattle is a large, red hog with a fleshy wattle attached to each side of the neck. The wattles have no known function.  The breed is unique to North America making them especially valuable genetically.  Mature animals weigh 600 to 800 pounds, but may...