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.
Tag Archives: farm animals
The mercury is rising here in NH, far beyond our normal temps. People all over the state are taking steps to escape the extreme heat. However, chickens don’t pop over to the lake for a quick dip. Cattle don’t head … Continue reading
Ok, not quite yet, but it is definitely looming on the horizon here in New England and lots is going on at MMF.
Recently I was interviewed by a UNH student doing research on his project for the Thompson Ag School. The bulk of his project was on the use of GMO’s, and seeing that Maggie Mae Farm has been pretty outspoken against … Continue reading
Lambing is finally done. It took a month and a day for everyone to do their thing and I am somewhat relived that the constant expectation is at an end. Rosemary had a ewe lamb early Sunday morning. The lamb … Continue reading
So the new lamb is a ramb. Sweet as can be. He’s still a little wobbly but Parsley is a good first time mom and looking after him closely. We also have a new buckling – Puck! Compared to the girls … Continue reading
Things are moving right along here at Maggie Mae Farm. Despite the excitement of Friday evening lambing, we got a lot done over the weekend. The greenhouse now has a shiny plastic skin. We’re still figuring out the logistics of … Continue reading
I’ve come to the realization that my animals are shameless liars. At supper time the new buckling tells me (at the top of his voice) that Poppa neglected to feed him his bottle at lunch. Each and every hen has … Continue reading
So anyone who knows me well knows that I’ve been waiting oh so very impatiently for the arrival of the spring lambs. I’ve said a thousand times that lambs win hands down in the cutest baby animal contest. If I … Continue reading