Pastured, Free Range and Happy!  We are growing both Cornish X and Freedom Rangers this  year.  Freedom Rangers are a little slower to grow and have more dark meat than your typical grocery-store chicken whereas Cornish X are a traditional supermarket chicken with lots of breast meat.  Both types average 3 pounds.  They live outdoors in the field and are fed only organic, soy-free feed.

Whole chickens are $5.50 per pound and available on the farm on butcher day.

Contact us to reserve one (or two or ten) today!  Save 10% for purchasing 10 or more!


We raise Katahdin sheep which are known for their mild taste.  Our sheep are primarily grass-fed and supplemented during lambing season with organic feed.  They spend their days grazing in the pasture and loafing in the shade.

Year-old lamb is available this year the last week of October.  Whole or half lambs  are $8/pound plus butcher fees and require a $50 deposit.

We also have older lambs available.  These have a little more flavor and can weigh up to 50 pounds.  Great for lamb burgers and also for roasts!  Whole or half sheep are $6/pound plus butcher fees and also requires a $50 deposit.

Meat is cut to order by Lynden Meats.  Please contact us to reserve your local lamb!


We grow a variety of traidtional and heritage breed turkeysLike our chickens and lamb, they are pastured and fed only organic feed.  Available in the early fall, they are $8.00/pound and require a $20 deposit.  Please contact us to reserve your Thanksgiving feast!

We grow a variety of vegetables based on seasonal weather conditions. Early season will consist of hardy crops such as lettuce, carrots, broccoli, and greens. Late season will produce warmer season crops, such as heirloom tomatoes, peppers, beans, cucumbers, and celery root. Here is a listing of some of our items. Several different varieties of each vegetable may be grown during the season.

Early Season:  radishes, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, cauliflower, kale, lettuce, sugar snap peas, spinach, swiss chard, beets, cilantro, scallions.

Late Season:  tomatoes, basil, cucumbers, summer squash, corn, eggplant, tomatillos, onions, leeks, potatoes, peppers, winter squash, green beans, celery root, and pumpkins.

Hens are fed all organic food and scratch and peck to their hearts’ content outdoors.

Eggs come in many colors from terra cotta to light green to pale cream.  Once you taste the rich yolks, you will never go back to grocery store eggs again!  $5.00/dozen.

A Note on Pricing

We have determinded our prices using a “break-even” analysis.  This little bit of math takes into account our costs (land, feed, packaging, etc.) in order to determine a “break-even point”, or the number of turkeys, lambs, or eggs we need to sell in order to be in the “green”.  Though our prices may seem high, they are directly correlated to the cost of production for the product we are growing.