Sometimes I'm amazed at what is on the internet. Case in point, Rent-a Peasant. To quote them:
This got us thinking that there were a lot of warriors in all eras of re-enactment, some horses, lords and ladies and households of liveried retainers. There seemed to be a dearth of the basic food producing farmer, whose produce and rents maintained the whole edifice of the rest of society. It seemed there was a niche here that we could fill, so Rent A Peasant became an entity in its own right.
Now while I think there is a need for peasants in historical re-enactments, I find the idea of them having a web site somewhat anachronistic.