Harry Here Farm in Exeter, RI chemical-free
Harry Records grows authentic Rhode Island flint corn at his Harry Here farm. He explains, "I combine the old with the new. Indians grew flint corn, high in starch and low in sugar, before those three boats ever arrived in Plymouth. The Indians used it as barter with the traders." Harry takes painstaking care of his seed stock so that it remains "pure and retains its distinctive flavor, different from any other corn on the market."
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