The following farms and ranches have certified
that they meet Eatwild's
criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products.
Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their
Arbutus Hill Farm offers naturally raised
meats and organic vegetables. It is 50 acres of fields and forest,
a certified Tree Farm. It is a small operation, just me. I have a Masters
in Environmental Resource Management so my respect in caring for my
land is a major priority. It is my home and sanctuary.
I raise grass-fed beef, and lamb as
well as pork. The pigs are fed grain, are on pasture, receive
a steady flow of weeds from the garden and cracked corn. I sell meat
by the retail cut or families can buy whole or half animals.
I began farming in 1994 at the ripe age of 43 wishing
to raise my own food. I have become better at farming over the years
and am self-sustaining. Arbutus Hill Farm meats & veggies are carried
by several local stores, are featured in two local farmers markets and
enjoy a solid repeat customer base.
I sell meat and garlic year round and in 2007
added a greenhouse hoping to extend my growing season. It is a blessing,
but also a major learning curve. So this spring I hope to have an early
crop of lettuce, spinach, kale.
Arbutus Hill Farm, 150
Arbutus Hill Road, PO Box 1333, Meredith NH 03253. (603) 279-5499.
Brookfield Farm. The Gowdy
family at Brookfield Farm has been raising Angus cross cattle since
1994. Our beef cattle are finished on our pastures, dry hay, and the
balage that we round bale ourselves. We are certified
have been since 2001. We are convinced that our cattle are happier
and healthier than ever before.
We bought our first cow-calf pairs
on our honeymoon trip along the New Hampshire Sea Coast in 1992, settling
first near Walpole Massachusetts, and then moving to Walpole New Hampshire.
Starting with five angus cows and their heifers we grew our beef herd
to twenty five brood cows. In the last few years we have made some
changes, diversified; we still have about five beef cows, but are milking
twenty Normandy Cross cows, raise some lamb on pasture, and have a
herd of Boer Goats.
We sell our grass fed meats (100% grass fed beef,
lamb, meadow veal, and boer goat meat) by the retail cut, quarter or
side. You can purchase one nice steak or fifty pounds of burger, or
other types and cuts depending on availability. Come visit the farm,
or you can purchase our products at the Walpole
Farmers Market, Fridays
from May – October on
the Walpole, NH Common.
Please give us a call, leave us a message,
or send an email. We look forward to hearing from you.
Brookfield Farm, Holly and Christian Gowdy, 460
Old Drewsville Road, Walpole NH 03608. (603) 445-5104.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.NHgrassfedmeats.com.
At Brookford Farm we believe that in diversified farming, all areas of production have symbiotic relationships with other production areas.
We believe deeply in organic methods which will make our earth a better place for our children.
We believe that a diversified farm can grow a greater variety of food.
We strive to produce high quality, pasture-oriented, nutrient-dense food year round.
We believe that our focus on the soil and well-being of plants and animals will have a positive effect on the health and well-being of the people who eat the food and the community who experience the farming activities.
We believe that the food we produce is good for us, our children and for you.
We believe in non-GMO farming practices, including any feed we may give our animals.
We strongly value land in a fruitful state for future generations to utilize.
We believe that it is important to train young farmers in proper soil rebuilding techniques.
We sell eggs, chickens, pork, beef, raw milk dairy products (milk, yogurt, cream, cheeses), and vegetables. Our dairy cows receive a small amount of grain when they are milked (about 4 pounds); when we sell our beef, their meat may be mixed in with that from the totally grass-fed animals.
You can find many of our products at the following locations:
Farmers Markets: Tilton Farmers Market (Winter: Saturday and Sunday, 10am–2pm), Concord Farmers Market (Saturday).
Grocery Stores: Concord Co-op (Concord), Portsmouth Health Foods (Portsmouth), A Market (Manchester), Simply Wholesome (Windham), Nature Country Store (Epsom), Natural Choice Market (Hooksett), Herbal Path (Dover and Portsmouth), Canterbury Country Store (Canterbury), Harvest Market (Bedford), Dover Natural Foods (Dover), Portsmouth Health Foods, (Portsmouth), Calef Country Store (Barrington), Earthward (Amherst), Riverwalk (Nashua), Natures Green Grocer (Peterborough), Dublin General Store (Dublin), Hannah Grimes Market Place (Keene), Farmer Johns Plot (Dublin).
Restaurants: Blue Moon (Exeter), Celery Stick Cafe (Concord), On the Vine (Exeter), Pepperland (South Berwick, ME), Big Bean Cafe (Newmarket), dyn.com (Manchester), and Black Trumpet (Portsmouth).
Brookford Farm, Chris Meister, 250 West Road, Canterbury NH 03224. (603) 742-4084.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://brookfordfarm.com.
At Field to Fork Farm, we offer a variety of food including certified organic eggs, raw milk, fruit and vegetables.
Our pork comes from pigs raised on our certified organic pastures and fields and in our forest and supplemented with organic grain and our own certified organic fruit and vegetables.
Our beef is exclusively grass fed on our fields and fed our own hay in the winter months. Individual cuts of pork (including pork chops, bacon, ham, etc.) and beef (including ground, steak, ribs, patties, etc.) are available at the farm.
Please visit our website for more information and call/email/text to make an appointment to visit the farm at your convenience.
Field to Fork Farm, Patrick Connelly, 522 Haverhill Road, Chester NH 03036. (603) 548-4331.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.fieldtoforkfarm.com.
Belle Farm is a pasture-based family farm raising 100% grass-fed beef,
100% grass-fed lamb and organically-fed pork, chickens, ducks and turkeys. Our
product is available through our meat CSA with distribution sites in
Keene, NH, Northampton/Florence, MA and Brattleboro, VT and here on the
farm in Warwick, MA. Meat and poultry with a guarantee from our family
$600 CSA shares are comprised of a total of 60+
pounds of farm product distributed over 5 monthly pick-ups (November – March)
of roughly 12 pounds each. In total, members can expect to receive:
15 pounds 100% grass-fed beef
20 pounds organically fed pork
10 pounds 100% grass-fed lamb
10 pounds organically fed chicken (equal to 2 whole roasting chickens)
6-9 pounds organically fed duck (1 whole duck).
The open land we steward is central to our lives
and business. Our cows and sheep are 100% grass-fed. They have as much
of mama’a milk as they want, are moved through our pastures daily
May-November, and fed local hay throughout the winter. Our pigs are
pastured in a huge forested area where they root day and night. Our
chickens, ducks and turkeys are entirely free-range. Our poultry and
pigs are fed certified organic grain to complement the generous pasture
space they are provided. All of our animals are 100% antibiotic and
hormone free. These are very content, extremely healthy animals that
truly thrive in their natural environment and are always handled humanely.
We believe meat raised in this way, naturally tastes better, and provides
healthy essential fatty acids and an important guarantee to customers.
Our vision is grounded in a strong belief that
livestock can live healthy, natural lives and families can maintain
a humble life farming with the rhythms of the seasons. We believe that
to really change the food system, we need small farms in every community
raising crops and livestock with intention, care for the earth, and
a cultural sensitivity that reflects local values. Come join us by
becoming a member!
Hettie Belle Farm, Jennifer Core and Olivier Flagollet, 28
WInchester Road, Warwick MA 01378. (978) 544-6241.
Farm, located just a few miles south of the New Hampshire state
line, is an integrated small farm that raises and sells grass fed beef,
lamb and pork. We have cage-free fresh eggs, seasonal
garden vegetables and berries.
We use all natural, antibiotic-free feed for chickens
and pigs. Our cattle and sheep are grass based and fed hay/grass (No
Grain). We avoid the use of any type of insecticide, herbicide or fungicide
on our gardens and pastures. We rely on crop rotation, on-site composting,
cover cropping and rotational grazing to build soil health.
We do not use any growth hormones or antibiotics.
Heritage breed cattle and sheep have a natural resistance to many of
the problems large feed lot animals have. Salt, minerals, and kelp
supplements are provided free choice.
We mainly sell our items
here at the farm. Our new farm store is open weekends Noon – 4 during the week by appointment. We do take deposits and advanced orders. Please call
or send us an email to join our email list. Many items do sell out fast so first
come first serve unless you pre-order.
Kalon Farm, Keith P Kopley, 28
Corey Hill Road, Ashburnham, MA 01430. (978) 878-3239.
At Mountain Home Farm in the heart of the Green Mountains of Vermont, we produce a cultured, single source, artisan butter of exceptional quality. The cream is lightly pasteurized, cultured and churned in small batches in our on-farm Grade A processing facility.
We treat our Guernsey cows like family. In the summer they graze in lush mountain pastures. In the winter they eat hay harvested from our meadows. The result is a golden butter high in Vitamin A, Omega-3's, CLA's with rich, complex flavors. Our cows thrive with NO GRAIN. We farm organically, but are not certified. We can ship our butter (salted or unsalted) anywhere in the US. The minimum order is one 6-pound case for $90 plus shipping. The butter can be easily frozen for many months.
Local customers may purchase cases of butter, ricotta and buttermilk directly from the farm for wholesale price. We also offer hand-made ricotta cheese, true buttermilk from the churn and on-farm slaughtered beef and pastured, milk-fed pork.
We sell our 100% grass fed dairy products at stores around Vermont such as City Market in Burlington, Healthy Living Market in South Burlington, Hunger Mountain Co-op in Montpelier and South Royalton Co-op in South Royalton.
Please contact us via email to place an order or with questions.
Mountain Home Farm, Lindsay Harris, 213 Bicknell Road, Tunbridge VT 05077. (802) 989-2813.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.mountainhomefarm.com.
New England Heritage Farm is a small family farm specializing in providing meat, milk and eggs. We have specifically selected all of our breeds of animals based on the superior flavor of the food they provide.
We are committed to organic practices, regenerative agriculture and to exceed the National Organic Program's rules for organic producers.
Eggs and meat from our free range chickens who are fed veggie scraps and certified organic grain.
Pork from our Mangalitsa pigs aka "wooly pigs." These pigs are truly the kobe beef of pork! Featured on Iron Chef America and gaining acclaim with chefs across the USA. An old world breed of pig with excellent flavor and intramuscular marbling. Fed certified organic grain and veggie scraps from our garden. Sold by the cut or halves.
Beef from our 100% grass fed and finished Red Devon cattle. Our herd is from the Rotokawa lines and are the premiere genetics for grass fed beef in America. Sold by the cut or halves.
Raw milk from our 100% grass fed Normande cows. Milk from Normande cows is highly sought after by cheesemakers due to the high casein protein levels in the milk. Some of the best cheeses in France are made from Normande milk. Sold by the 1/2 gallon.
Chickens and turkeys from our farm are raised on certified organic grain and veggie scraps from our garden. We raise 3 different breeds of chicken for meat to fit all of our customers needs. We raise turkeys seasonally.
Lamb from our 100% grassfed Soay Sheep. Our Soay are purebred and are registered with the Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST). They are an endangered breed that is close to feral sheep. The meat is gamier than most lamb. Available in limited quantities.
New England Heritage Farm,Dan Fournier, 476 Main Street Sandown NH 03873. (603) 548-0615.
Farm in Lyndeborough, NH raises all-grass-fed Scottish Highland
cattle and Herefords on our 160-acre Farm.
Beef is rendered by a USDA butcher
Steaks are vacuum-packed and ground beef is wrapped.
We also have farm fresh eggs,
raw honey from our orchard, fresh fruit and berries in
apples and fresh pressed unpasteurized cider in the fall.
We attend the following farmers markets from June
through October: Merrimack Farmers Market, Wednesdays;
Amherst on the Green, Thursdays;
Amherst St. Pauls Farmers Market, Fridays; and the Milford
Farmers Market, Saturdays. For more information, visit our website.
Farm, Wayne and Adrienne Colsia, 468
Center Road, Lyndeborough NH 03082. (603) 345-0860.
Patridge Farm is a small, third-generation farm offering pasture-raised pork, and certified organic chicken, turkey, goose and eggs (chicken, duck and "seasonal goose"). We also sell piglets and Pilgrim goslings.
Wedding or special celebration? Let us raise your chicken; perfect for small or large event of any kind (must book in advance). Pasture-raised Freedom Ranger and Cornish Rock broilers sold whole or "cut-up" to make your life easier. Bone-in breasts, "split" chickens--many options available. Pre-order six chickens to receive a discount. Poultry brochures available, please e-mail or call to discuss. Our wholesome poultry has wonderful flavor and texture.
Holiday turkeys and heritage goose are available from November on, with bone-less breasts and legs available into the New Year while supplies last. Food lovers are discovering that goose fat has unsurpassed taste and is incredibly versatile in the kitchen. It is high in "heart healthy" mono- and poly-unsaturated fats and rich in oleic acid C18:1. Humane poultry processing takes place off-farm by appointment.
Berkshire/Tamworth pork sold by the cut (fresh, smoked, and link sausage). Quarter, half and whole hogs available by pre-order. Our meat and bacon has rich, genuine flavor, very distinct and delicious.
All our animals are raised and rotated with care on pasture--no cages--and fed organic grain along with organic fruits and veggies grown on our farm. Our hay fields and poultry will be certified organic later this year. Unlike "naturally grown" animals, our animals receive organic grain that contains no GMOs, herbicides or pesticides.
Meat and eggs sold on farm by appointment. Visits encouraged. We are a mere 2 1/2 hours from Boston and 35 minutes from Hanover and Franconia, NH. Reasonable delivery fees available.
May - October: Saturdays, Wentworth Greenhouse Summer Market in Rollinsford, NH; Wednesdays, on "The Green" in Hanover, NH; Thursdays, at Colburn Park in Lebanon, NH.
November - April: Saturdays, Seacoast Eat Local (NH) Winter Market.
Patridge Farm, Mary and Bruce Jones, 583
County Road, North Haverhill, NH 03774. (603) 989-5589 or (603) 918-1451.
Pinnacle Farm is where we raise our purebred Berkshire pigs.
Berkshire is a heritage breed that is widely acknowledged to produce the best tasting pork.
Hog Heaven! During their time with us our pigs are out on pasture and free to express their natural piggy behaviors: eating, rooting, being sociable…. We supplement their pasture diet with the highest quality grains for good health.
Berkshire Pork: We sell by the whole or half.
Limited Supply: Call or write for current availability or to be placed on our waiting list.
Location: We are located 2 miles off of I 93 in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, just about 90 minutes north of Boston.
Website: Our website has current pricing, reviews of Berkshire pork, history of the breed, directions, and more.
Pinnacle Farm, Bill and Pat Starck, 53 Ridge Road, New Hampton NH 03256. (603) 744-5609.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.pinnaclefarm.net.
Rocky Meadow Farm is the home of a small
herd of solid color Galloways. We provide grass fed, grass-finished beef raised
in an animal friendly environment, free of hormones, artificial food
additives, animal byproducts, or unnecessary antibiotics. Our animals
graze exclusively on our own pastures, which we have planted ourselves
with a seed mixture to provide optimal nutrition.
The meat is processed at an USDA-inspected plant,
and is sold by whole carcass or sides, where customers can specify preferred
meat cut selection or by smaller mixed boxes of various cuts.
Rocky Meadow Farm, Wayne R. LeClair, 201
Udall Road, Francestown NH 03043. (603) 547-6464.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.rockymeadowfarm.com.
Schoolhouse Farm is a small pasture-based
farm located in Tamworth, New Hampshire. We manage a flock of grass-fed
registered Icelandic sheep that are bred for sale as either breeding
stock or for meat. Our animals rotationally graze on fertile pasture
from early spring through late fall. In winter months the flock is fed
mixed grass, alfalfa and legume hay from our own hayfields. We do not
feed any hay or forage that we didn't grow and harvest ourselves.
We are very attentive to our animals and our fields and are consistently
striving to improve the quality of both. As Gene Logsdon writes in All
Flesh is Grass, the quality of our meat is only as good as the
quality of our pastures. We only apply mineral and soil amendments
that are approved for organic certification when necessary and depend
primarily upon our own bulk compost to enrich the soil and restore
vital nutrients. We regularly monitor lab results of soil samples and
hay/forage samples to determine nutrient composition and assist us
in determining which fields are in need of supplementation. A no-till
conservation seeder is used to overseed our fields with a wide variety
of grasses, legumes, brassica and forbs. Our goal is to provide a very
diversified diet of plants that primitive ruminants would have grazed
in the wild.
We never use any chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or preservatives
on our fields or dry forage. The sheep are provided with free choice
minerals and kelp mix throughout the year, and newborn lambs are given
a booster of selenium and vitamin E shortly after birth. We never use
any growth hormones, unnecessary antibiotics or other invasive treatments
to our flock. Instead, clean water, fresh air and nutritious pastures
are all we really need to support healthy contented animals.
Lamb is available in frozen cryovac
packages. We sell only whole carcass quality, which usually averages
between 40 and 50 pounds of packaged lamb. Custom cut sheets are available,
or we can suggest popular choices. Please visit our website for more
information about our meat sales, hay, compost, or other products. Thank
you. Norman and Wendy.
Schoolhouse Farm, Norman Cloutier, 1870
Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth NH 03886.
Steve Normanton: I am originally from South
Africa, where I worked in the livestock trade the conventional, agribusiness
in New England, I have raised grass-fed beef for over ten years, with
a focus on sustainability and holistic principles. I now raise pastured pork,
pastured chicken, pastured eggs, and 100% grass-fed beef on
65 acres on the banks of the Merrimack River. My pastures are certified
organic by the State of New Hampshire.
My cattle graze on pasture throughout the
growing season, and I feed them certified organic hay in the winter.
They are never fed corn or other grain, even for “handling” purposes.
I sell beef in
bulk and by the cut. I harvest my cattle when they have reached their
full potential of quality, which means the largest quantities are available
in the fall. Therefore, I recommend pre-ordering for fall delivery.
All my beef is USDA-inspected and flash-frozen.
My pigs live and forage outdoors, and I supplement their diet with
organic formulated pig grain. My pork is harvested in the fall,
and is available in bulk and by the cut as long as supplies last. All
my pork is USDA-inspected and flash-frozen.
I raise my meat chickens outdoors on pasture in a day-range system,
which allows them to forage for bugs and living plants. I supplement
their diet with organic formulated chicken grain. I process the birds
on-farm (exempt from USDA inspection) June through October. I sell
fresh or frozen whole chickens (i.e. plucked and cleaned but
not cut up into parts).
My laying hens, like the meat chickens, forage outdoors on pasture
in the growing season, and also get organic formulated layer grain. Eggs are
Please visit my web site for current pricing, ordering information,
and more details about my farming practices.
Steve Normanton, 226
Charles Bancroft Highway, Litchfield NH 03052. (603) 320-1169.
The 1780 Farm CSA, located in Chesterfield,
New Hampshire, is a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and proudly
grows vegetables, grass fed beef, pork, chickens and eggs using sustainable
farming practices. We grow only what can be sustained within our 35 acres.
Our animals feed naturally without hormones or medications. We have u-pick
blueberries and will provide you with a picnic basket (with a day's
notice) so you can take a nature hike in our forest. Overnights for couples
arranged in advance.
We sell our pastured chicken and strictly
grass fed beef here on
This land was originally farmed beginning
in 1780 by John Darling and his children. As the children grew and
married, John gave them land to homestead. The land was purchased by
The Historic Pine Grove Springs Hotel on Lake Spofford. During
the late 1800s through the beginning of the twentieth century, it provided
the vegetables, beef and lamb required for what was a famous and
vacation destination for city folks up and down the East Coast, from
New York and Boston.
So, bring the children to visit with the
animals and pick some blueberries or take a hike down to see the beaver
pond. We would love to have
The 1780 Farm, LLC., Jeanny and Richard Aldrich,
Winchester Road, Chesterfield NH 03443. (603) 762-7095.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.the1780farm.com.
Three J Farms is located at the base of Ragged Mountain
in Danbury NH. We raise grass grazed beef on our 500 acres of meadow,
pasture, and woods.
The Deuink family has been farming for six generations
originally in western New York and
since 1998 in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Our cattle are grazed
on grass and fed
hay, with no growth hormones or antibiotics added. Our animals
are never crowded into feed
lots, and spend their life grazing lush green pastures as cattle are
meant to do. The cattle
at Three J Farms are 100% grass-fed, no corn or grain is ever fed
Three J Farms, Jeff Deuink, 234
Eastern District Road, PO Box 151, Danbury NH 03230. (603) 768-5631.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.threejfarms.com.
Tumbledown Farms believes that the family farm is a cornerstone of our society and we want to enjoy and ensure that future generations enjoy the healthy food, open space and the undeveloped landscape that family farms and New Hampshire provide. Tumbledown Farms supports local businesses and local families and develops our own viable economy without any government or big corporate assistance. We want to return to a time where we all participated in the food cycle, and when the local farm was the center of commerce and community. We believe it is important to know what we are eating, where it came from, who raised it, how it was grown, what’s in it and what is on it.
Tumbledown capitalizes on the unique skills and experiences of local craftsman and farmers, and centralize the commerce, while at the same time bringing neighbors, families, and visitors together in one central location to enjoy the activities of the family farm. In many cases, the Farm will make direct investments in business start ups that are complimentary to the farms mission of creating local jobs and that are consistent with the its all natural vibe.
Tumbledown practices sustainable agriculture methods in the teams mission to help feed their community with healthy, fresh, high quality products. The farm produces year round beef in cuts and ground, year round pork in cuts, sausage and bacon, eggs, naturally raised vegetables May through November, ornamental flowers and hydroponic greens November through April.
The farm features a beautiful 18th century barn that is available as a function hall and catering services year round for weddings, concerts, family activities, company events and special occasions. The Tumbledown Team has expanded their mission into Sanbornville, NH with a new Tumbledown Cafe serving breakfast and lunch daily using the farms and other local farms products.
Farmers Markets: Wolfeboro, NH Farmers Market
Grocery Stores: Hunters IGA, 60 South Main St. Wolfeboro NH
Restaurants: Tumbledown Cafe', 21 Meadow Street, Sanbornville, NH
We do ship pork cuts, sausage and bacon. Overnight shipping, minimum of $10 order.
Tumbledown Family Farms, Sarah Ashley, Farm Manager, 295 Wentworth Road, Brookfield, NH 03872. (603) 522-8633.
email@example.com. Website: http://www.tumbledownfarms.com.
Walpole Valley Farms is a pasture-based, multi-generational family farm nestled in the fertile Connecticut River Valley of southwest New Hampshire. We raise 100% grass-fed and finished beef and lamb, pasture-raised chickens, heritage turkeys, pigs, eggs, cashmere goats and heirloom vegetables. We also have a bed & breakfast, (The Inn at Valley Farms), where we welcome families to stay and learn about farming.
We use holistic, sustainable farming practices. Our animals are management intensively grazed, meaning they are moved daily to new paddocks with long rest periods for the land. Cattle and sheep only consume grass, hay and minerals that we provide, nothing else. In addition to pasture, we feed our poultry and pigs non-GMO grain from a local family farm.
All our products are sold year-round directly to customers at our farm store Saturdays 10:00am-3:00pm and by appointment. We also have multiple harvest dates when you can pick up fresh pasture-raised chickens and turkeys on the farm.
We welcome you to come and tour the farm at one of our regularly scheduled farm tours. We love to talk about food, farming, and strengthening our local food economy. See you soon!
Walpole Valley Farms, Chris and Caitlin Caserta, 663 Wentworth Road, Walpole NH 03608. (603) 756-2805.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.walpolevalleyfarms.com.
White Gates Farm is a small and progressive family farm in Tamworth. We raise Blonde D' Acquitaine beef cattle, broiler chickens, and Berkshire pigs on our pastures and woods. We have recently become certified organic and use organic practices for our meats and also for our vegetables.
Our pigs go to market anywhere from late summer to Mid-October. We sell by the half or whole pig or cow, as well as individual cuts. All of our pork and beef is USDA inspected, and packaged flash-frozen in cryovac bags with our labels. We sell our meats in bulk and by the package.
Our broiler chickens are humanely processed here on the farm, and can be purchased fresh on processing days (usually 3 days per summer season) or frozen throughout the year or while supplies last.
We sell locally on the farm, at the Tamworth Farmer's Market, to restaurants in the Mount Washington Valley and by mail order to areas beyond our general reach. Our philosophy is to give our animals great lives so that they in turn will provide the best nutrition. We start to take orders for our half and whole pigs in Mid-January.
We welcome visitors, and enjoy showing people our biodiesel plant, our high tunnel greenhouses, our pastures, gardens, and composting facility.
White Gates Farm, Hank and Heather Letarte, 2153 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth NH 03886. (603) 662-7538.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.whitegates-farm.com.