We care about food.
Growing, raising, producing in the most natural, sustainable, humane way possible.
Meat: Chicken, Rabbit, Pork
Eggs: Chicken, Duck
On Farm by appointment or chance!
There are still a few CSA shares available. E-mail or call for more info and to get membership contracts before time runs out!
Schedule of Activities
Poultry Presentation 5/23
Candia 4-H Club
Come take a ride through the lovely woods of Chester on a tractor pulled, vintage style hay wagon!
Youth $7 (4-14)
Children under 4 free
Reservations are suggested.
Planning an outing? Groups of 10 or more may contact the farm to arrange private rides.
Category Archives: Books
This time of year I don’t usually recommend a lot of books, since really it is just go-go-go around here.
Every year, each season, every day brings a unique experience.
What can I say about “The Dirty Life: On Farming, Food and Love” by Kristin Kimball?
Garden season is upon us (almost) and to get myself going I read “The Truth about Garden Remedies: What Works, What Doesn’t and Why” by Jeff Gillman. I have to admit that this book might actually have been written for … Continue reading
First and foremost I just want to say that Joel Salatin is my hero. He’s a bit goofy lookin’ and unabashedly wears suspenders and giant cowboy hats. He gets excited about the “piggness” of his pigs and sunrises over his … Continue reading
I just finished “Uncertain Peril: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Seeds” by Claire Hope Cummings. The book was an extremely comprehensive dissertation on the history of seeds, their cultural and agricultural significance, and the effects of genetic modification. Cummings … Continue reading
Everyone has guilty pleasures – some gals read romance novels, others are obsessed with mysteries or thrillers. My weakness happens to be what I call “farm fluff.” I like to read stories about other people who farm. I read a … Continue reading
I just finished reading Hit by a Farm by Catherine Friend. What a doozy! I can honestly say that this was one of the funniest books I’ve read in a long time. As far as situational farm books go, this … Continue reading