Farm Notes

Life is Sweet! PREORDER your Maple and Birch Syrups

Who loves real syrup? Sugaring season is coming up in just a few weeks and we have an opportunity to purchase a small used sugaring equipment outfit not far from the farm. We need to raise the funds right away to go and pick it […]

Investing in CSA

Is Our CSA Right for Your Family? You want wholesome, old-fashioned foods including heirloom varieties and heritage breeds, raised without chemicals, the way nature intended; and you want to ensure that these things are available for generations to come.  You value farming families and believe […]

2014 Shares Available NOW

  Is Our CSA Right for Your Family? Our friends at High Mowing expressed CSA best: “In a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), customers invest in their farmer before the crop has even been planted. This investment expresses support for the farmer’s endeavor and provides income […]

Late Harvest

This season has been brutal.  We got a late start with the weather and had to replant several crops because they were alternately swamped and killed off in the heat.  The strange weather caused an early molt for our chickens who stopped producing for 2 […]

2013 Farm Shares – Something for Everyone

Some shares are very limited, and some items are too limited for farm shares, but you can purchase them separately on the farm when they are available.  These items include lamb, mutton, chevon (goat meat), chicken, turkey, and goose, as well as maple and birch […]

Craft Beer Fest

Last night, we attended the American Craft Beer Fest at the Seaport World Trade Center, co-produced by the folks at Harpoon Brewery and Beer Advocate.  We met several local brewers, including Rob at Peak Brewery, Gwen at Berkshire Brewing Company and her brother Dave over at […]