Farm Store Hours:
Winter Hours (mid-December through mid-April):
- Mondays-Saturdays, by appointment (Note: very limited inventory).
- Closed Sundays
Seasonal Hours (mid-April through mid-December):
- Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Monday-Friday, call ahead.
- Closed Sundays
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We are pleased to offer a selection of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds in our Farm Store in addition to started herb and vegetable plants for your garden.
Visit the Farm Store on Saturdays this summer to see what’s fresh out of the garden. We use only organic growing methods for our vegetable crops.
Available year round: $5/dozen.
Our hens free-range in the truest sense of the word. They chase bugs, eat grasses, sneak into the garden to eat strawberries, and hang out in the shade of the trees. They are supplemented with Certified Organic soy-free grain feed, and never receive antibiotics or chemical dewormers. In short, these are happy chickens.
Our chickens are raised on organically maintained pastures, moved to fresh grass each day, and fed only Certified Organic soy-free grain feed in addition to the natural forage they consume on pasture. Our chickens are allowed to roam the pasture freely every day and are only confined in pens at night for their protection. Free roaming chickens consume more natural forage, grow slower and develop superb flavor over those that are confined to pens full time.
- Whole Cornish roasting chickens, 3-5 lbs: $5.75/lb. (Available in the Farm Store May-December. Also available through CSA.)
- Chicken cuts (price varies) are available in limited quantities at the Farm Store. Contact us to request specific cuts.
- Heritage Dorking chickens, 2.5-4.5 lbs: $6.75/lb. (Available in summer and fall. These are bred, hatched and raised entirely on our farm. The Dorking won first place in a Livestock Conservancy blind taste test of several chicken breeds.)
“Although I know you know, these chickens are very good. People kept asking me for the recipe, the marinade, the sauce. And of course, I did nothing to them: just roasted them with a little lemon juice and a sprinkling of thyme. No butter, no oil, no nothing. As I told them: “first get a truly pastured chicken, then roast them with a little lemon juice. Enjoy.” –Sylvie Rowand, Laughing Duck Gardens & Cookery
Guinea Fowl are an excellent game bird with flavor reminiscent of heritage turkey. Our free-range guineas forage on organically maintained pastures and natural wooded areas, and are supplemented with Certified Organic soy-free grain feed.
Whole (oven-ready) Guinea Fowl, 3-5 lbs: $6.75/lb. (Available at the Farm Store in summer.)
Our Thanksgiving turkeys are the finest money can buy. Our heritage Standard Bronze turkeys free-range in organically maintained pastures and natural wooded areas, and are supplemented with Certified Organic soy-free grain feed. Heritage turkeys are slower growing than commercial breeds, resulting in superb flavor and texture. Standard Bronze turkeys are recognized as part of the Slow Food USA Ark of Taste.
Our turkeys were featured on Voice of America. You can read the article and watch the video by clicking here.
2015 Thanksgiving turkeys are $11.00/lb. and average 8-18 lbs. They will be sold by paid reservation only. Sign up for our mailing list to receive a notification when we begin taking 2015 turkey reservations.
Heritage pastured rabbit coming Summer 2015!
2015 Heritage Pastured Pork TBA – please check back soon!
Here’s what one customer said about our pork:
“I cooked up some of the pork tonight and I can’t believe how good it tastes! I think it is the first time ever I have eaten a dish where I thought my fresh garden produce detracted from the flavor. Is it because of the breed of pig as well as the better growing conditions? I really can’t get over how tasty it is!” -Sarah Vallieres, Owner, Flying Fish Restaurant
We offer pure maple syrup from New Hampshire, where Kevin’s family has been sugaring for generations. If you’re looking for authentic, old fashioned maple syrup, this is the real deal! Try it in your coffee or combine with our eggs for some delicious egg nog! We are sold out of 2014 syrup. 2015 syrup will be available in May, after sugaring season.
We also offer raw, unprocessed honey in the Farm Store from our next-door neighbors at Silk Ear Farm. Our own honey bee colonies are just getting established. We love having these valuable pollinators in our gardens and orchard..
The Story of our Soaps…
Waste not, want not. Pure soap is made from a base of natural fats or oils be they from animals or plants. It was common place for our ancestors to make their own soaps from the extra fat of their livestock. Today, most “natural” soaps are made from a base of coconut and/or olive oils which must travel thousands of miles from other regions of the world. By making soap from the extra fat of our animals, we are reducing our carbon footprint by using a renewable resource literally from our own backyard, and honoring the lives of our animals by making use of every part, wasting nothing. We are able to provide for the soap needs of our household, and income from the sale of our extra soap is an important contribution to the permaculture system of our farmstead.
Thank you for buying local, sustainable, eco-friendly soaps and reducing your carbon footprint!
Visit the Farm Store for a unique selection of handmade gift items produced on our farm and by local artisans.