Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center

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Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center
Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center is listed in the Landscape Equipment & Supplies category in Anoka, Minnesota. Displayed below is the only current social network for Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center is:
7435 Highway 10 NW
Anoka, MN 55303
(763) 421-0223
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Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center Contact Information:

  • 7435 Highway 10 NW
    Anoka, MN 55303
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  • Phone: (763) 421-0223
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Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden added 5 new photos.
We have some adorable bunnies available now! $55 each!

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden added 2 new photos.
Come see us! We have a seed potatoes, onion sets, bare root asparagus & bare root strawberry plants!

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden added 7 new photos.
New chicks in this week! (90% female) Buff Orpingtons, Black Sexlinks, New Hampshire Reds, Rhode Island Reds, Gold laced Wyandottes, Black Australorps, Ameraucanas, Delawares, Light Brahmas, Standard Blue Cochins, Cuckoo Marans, Assorted Hamburgs (including Gold Pencilled, Gold Spangled, Silver Spangled, & Blue), Silver or Gold Phoenix, Standard Frizzle Cochins (st run) $5.95-7.95 each Bantams: (straight run, not sexed) Red Old English, Black Tail White Japanese, Mille Fleur d'Uccles $6.95 each Ducklings: Blue or Black Swedish females, White Pekin females, Black East Indie females & Mallards $7.95-$13.99 each. Goslings: trio of Toulouse goslings/ $21.99 each. (2 females, 1 male - we prefer to sell together)

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden added 3 new photos.
>>Favorite Chick of the Week<< ~•••Delawares!!!•••~ (American class) Delawares, once called Indian Rivers, are a heritage breed. George Ellis of Delaware developed the breed in 1940 by crossing Barred Rock roosters and New Hampshire Red hens. They were bred to be broiler birds and were the most popular broiler breed for almost 20 years. Today Delawares are considered a rare breed and are on watch with the Livestock Conservancy. Delawares are a beautiful large standard breed, with a broad, deep body. They are white, with black barred feathers around their neck & black tails (males black barred tails). They have a bright red, somewhat pronounced single comb. Delawares are one of the fastest growing heritage breeds & a good layer of large brown eggs (200-280/yr., 3-4/wk.). An excellent dual purpose breed. Delawares are cold hardy, and do well in small flocks. They are docile & friendly, making them an a great all around choice when adding variety to your flock! Rooster average weight: 7-8lbs., hens 5-6lbs.

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden shared their event.
Our Straw Bale Gardening class is this coming Saturday April 22, from 1-2pm!! There is no cost, but Please RSVP so we know how many to expect!
Please join us for our first ever Straw Bale Gardening class! Learn how to grow a straw bale garden in areas where soil conditions are poor. Straw Bale Gardening involves less bending & kneeling, less problems with pests & disease, and no weeding! The class will be taught by experienced straw bale & master gardener Sally Phelps! There is no cost for this event, but Please RSVP so we know how many to expect!
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