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We are a small family farm using organic growing methods. We use no GMO feed, chemicals or antibiotics. We do use sustainable, nutrient density practices to produce the best quality vegetables we can.
Our laying chickens have a large outside pen plus movable access to new areas. The hens are fed ocean fish daily, to raise the Omega 3s, and alfalfa mash made with whey, to raise the beta carotene for deep orange yolks year round. In season they have access to grass and are fed greens (mesclun, Swiss chard, spinach). The eggs are not graded.
At our farm stand we sell seedlings, vegetables, herbs, flowers and eggs.
We also offer workshops on backyard chickens. We take every opportunity to educate people about nutrition, food and growing their own. We offer small workshops either here on the farm or at the location of your choice to people of all ages and abilities. We like to have families come out and enjoy our farm.
We also have grass-fed beef, pastured broilers and pastured pigs for our own consumption.
artichokes, beans (green, lima, wax), beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cucumbers (pickling and slicing), gourds, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, melons, meclun, lettuces, parsnips, peas, peppers, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, summer squashs , winter squashes , Swiss chard, tomatoes, turnips and watermelons Herbs
Pam Raymond and David Turner
Our farm stand is located in front of the vegetable gardens on the farm. Open daily April 15 to November 15, 8 a.m. to dusk.