We grow many different types and varieties of vegetables--as long as it is in season in New Hampshire. Our vegetables are grown in the most natural way possible, fed with animal manures, cover crops, compost, and organic fertilizers (such as fish emulsion). We use mechanical tillage for weed control. Living mulches (like clover and hairy vetch) are used in pathways, instead of black plastic. We use primarily physical, cultural and biological controls for pest management.
Here's what we are planning to grow this year...
tomatoes // leeks // peppers // eggplant // sweet potatoes // lettuce // kale // chard // mustards // peas // summer squash // beans // ground cherries // zucchini // delicata squash // cilantro // basil // butternut squash // acorn squash // parsley // thyme // oregano // radishes // beets // carrots // cucumbers // salad turnips // onions // scallions // kohlrabi // broccoli // cauliflower // watermelon // cantaloupe // blueberries // strawberries // daikon // watermelon radish // arugula // watercress // frisee // brussels sprouts // cabbage // broccoli raab // celery // fennel // celeriac // mizuna // boc choi // tat soi // garlic // hot peppers // red kuri squash // parsnip //
We raise Scottish Highland cattle for their hardiness in our northern climate, their wonderful temperament, and the exceptional flavor of their beef. Our cattle are exclusively grass-fed.
We have plenty of grass-fed lamb available now at the farm and at the market, please let us know if you are interested in buying lamb in bulk.
We hope to bring back our pastured eggs this summer! Check back soon.
We are currently milking three Nigerian Dwarf goats, Laurel, Lupin and Luna. They eat grass, hay and all kinds of shrubs and woody vegetation when they can get it. Nigerian Dwarf goats are known for their creamy, nutrient-dense milk.