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: farming
People sometimes wonder how farmers spend the winter. It seems like it would be the “slow” time of year filled with cozy afternoons around the woodstove complimented by cocoa and a good book. Alas, I wish that there were more … Continue reading
We got our first package at the new farm – the seed garlic! As another “first” – this will be the first crop we plant in Chester and I can’t wait to get started.
Yesterday we spent the day at the Belknap County School to Farm day at Ramblin’ Vewe Farm in Gilford. Organized by NH Agriculture in the Classroom, it was a day where about 375 fourth graders got a chance to learn … Continue reading
Dearest Readers (all three of you), Perhaps you already knew this, but for those of you that don’t, Maggie Mae Farm is moving. No, not these erratic ramblings, but the physical place.
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
There is far too much going on around here to write complete sentences… ah, economy of thought, lest I write a novel:
May I present Lord Okkoto:
New website features! ^ There’s a new page explaining “Crop Mob” <There’s a new section listing upcoming Crop Mob events Enjoy!
I’ll admit I was a little crabby yesterday. I’m finding as time goes on, that I’m becoming less and less tolerant of foolishness, drama, willful ignorance, pettiness and shenanigans.