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!
CSA shares for the 2013 season are sold out! looking forward to a great season!
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: local food
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
Today starts the Canterbury Community farmer’s Market from 4-6:30 at the Canterubury Library parking lot. We’ll have all natural, hormone & antibiotic free, pasture raised meats in the freezer – pork, chicken, rabbit and limited quantities of ground beef. We’ll … Continue reading
Once upon a time hunting, gathering, growing, preparing and eating food were group activities. They were things that brought the family, clan, and village together on a daily basis. When the crops were ready, harvesting was a party. People cooked together and taking … Continue reading
One of the more difficult things about making a deliberate decision to eat as locally as possible is variety. We’ve been brought up to think that our every food whim can be satisfied by our local grocery store, regardless of … Continue reading
In case you’ve missed the new option up in the menu bar (look ^ up!), Maggie Mae Farm is now a Community Supported Agriculture farm. A CSA consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farming operation … Continue reading
Join us today, 11/17/10 at the Canterbury, NH town hall from 4-7PM for the holiday, indoor farmer’s market! We’ll be bringing a wide varieties of yummy treats that are great for the holidays:
It is not easy for me & Glenn to get away from the farm for extended periods of time. However, his parents agreed to hold down the fort over the weekend and we took a swift trek to Saratoga Springs … Continue reading
Most meals have many hands that take them from field & farm to plate & table. Most Americans don’t know how many hands (and whose) it took for their meal to make it to their plate. Many never even think … Continue reading