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: gardening
This time of year I always have dirt under my fingernails. Even though the last frost date in NH is still several weeks off, there’s plenty to be done in the gardens and greenhouse. A lot of folks don’t realize … Continue reading
Gardening is cheaper than therapy.
Oh summer, summer, what a season, filled with long days of vivid sunlight and lush vegetation. Once again we’ve had nearly no spring, so the cool weather crops like spinach, peas and radishes were very short lived. On the other … Continue reading
A week or so ago we were ambushed by a surprise striped cucumber beetle infestation. One morning we were free and clear. The next afternoon I noticed a swarm of dragonflies, swooping around the garden. They were gorging on the … Continue reading
Basil and tomatoes have a torrid love affair. But potatoes and cucumbers are not on speaking terms.
It’s been a bit of a meteorological rollercoaster here in NH. After an uncharacteristically snowless winter, we were rocketed into the mid 80’s for several days.
October is slipping away. Despite the chill in the air there are still lots of things going on in the fall garden. Even here in NH, where we’ve had several soft frosts, it’s not quite time to put away the … 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.
Check out the “In the Garden” page for a list of some of the things we are growing this season!