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Pastured Products Directory – Maine


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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 products:


Broad Arrow Farm uses regenerative, soil-based methods to raise pigs, lamb, poultry and eggs on pasture and in the woods of Mid-Coast Maine’s Pemaquid Peninsula. We also grow seasonal vegetables.

We sell our products directly to consumers in our on-farm store and through FarmDrop in the Portland, Maine area. We also cold-pack ship our pork and lamb products sold through our online store. Additionally, consumers can find our products in some of Maine’s finest restaurants, butcher shops and specialty grocers.

Although we are not certified organic, we use organic agricultural methods. We never use chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. We never use GMO products of any kind. We use soy-free, organic feed for all of our livestock—except our lambs and ewes whtich are 100% grass-fed. We have reclaimed more than 30 acres of dense woods, converting them into silvopasture from which all our livestock species can derive plant-based nutrition.

We run a year-round, farrow-to-finish pig operation incorporating heritage breeds (Large Black, GOS, Hereford, Duroc as well as Mangalitsa and Kune Kune) that thrive on forage. Our pigs have free access to pasture and woods all day, everyday. We employ rotational grazing methods to maximize the amount of nutrition our herd derives from forage and to promote soil health.

We chose the Katahdin breed of sheep because it subsists on the more diverse forage environment of our silvopasture. Katahdins also shine as mothers, regularly giving multiple lambs and producing abundant milk.

Our seasonal meat-bird operation includes chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese. We keep a year-round chicken laying flock for on-farm egg sales. Our poultry is processed humanely on-farm and sold in our farm store.

We grow seasonal vegetables from organic seed, using organic compost, fertilizer and mulch when needed, and sell them in our farm store.

Broad Arrow Farm, Dan Sullivan, 33 Benner Road, Bristol, Maine 04539. 207-233-5199.
E-mail: dan@broadarrowfarm.com. Website: www.broadarrowfarm.com.


Haimish Hollow Homestead is a small family farm focused on sustainably raising heritage animals and heirloom fruits and vegetables.

Our heritage breed pigs are pasture raised on a combination of grass pasture and hilly woodland. We use low density practices to care for the land as well as the animals.

Heritage pigs are slow growing, spending their longer lives creating well marbled, deliciously rich meat. We harvest our pigs later in the year, so you get a better product.

We sell pork by the whole, half, and quarter by preorder. Our local USDA inspected abattoir will cut, vacuum pack, and freeze your order. We also have pork by the cut at the farm.

Our natural farming practices ensure that your family, and ours, benefit from the best meat nature has to offer. Though we are not certified organic, we use organic farming methods. Free from antibiotics, growth hormones, and other chemical ickys.

We believe that the best tasting meat comes from the happiest animals. That's why we put such an emphasis on allowing them to live life to the fullest. They spend their days rooting for beech nuts and grubs on the forest floor, napping in a piggy pile, and sunbathing. What the pigs don’t find on pasture we supplement with fermented Maine-grown grain and fresh garden vegetables. We even spend time training the pigs for low stress trailering to the abattoir.

We also raise heritage breed chickens free-range, supplementing what they forage with sprouted or fermented Maine-grown grains as well as mealworms we raise on the farm. Their eggs have the most beautiful deep yellow yolks. We have eggs by the dozen available at the farm. Whole chicken also available.

We offer free delivery on select orders.

Farm visits and on-site pickup by appointment only.

Haimish Hollow Homestead, LLC, Phoebe Morrill, Limington, ME 04049.
E-mail: haimishhollowhomestead@gmail.com. Website: haimishhollowhomestead.com.


Heartstone Farm raises high-quality, all-natural 100% grass fed beef on our 500-acre family farm in the heart of Maine. We sell shares (sides, quarter shares) as well as cuts (steaks, ground beef, brisket, roasts) to customers in 34 states east of the Mississippi.

We partner with other Maine farms to offer organic chicken, all-natural pork, and pasture-raised lamb.

We’re proud of the more than 2,600 5-star reviews we’ve received from our customers – from Florida to Texas to New England.

We do not use antibiotics or GMO feed, and our mission is to treat our animals humanely, with respect and love. Our online store is open 24/7 and features all our products, or you can contact Dan Kaplan (aka Farmer Dan) at dan@heartstonefarm.me or (207) 424-0063.

Heartstone Farm, Dan Kaplan, 128 Paine Road, Charleston, ME 04422. (207) 424-0063.
E-mail: dan@heartstonefarm.me. Website: www.HeartstoneFarm.me.


At Meadowsweet Farm, we work with our domestic animals and plants and the environment to grow healthy food. We treat all animals with respect and allow them the fullest expression of their natures consistent with good husbandry.

Grassfed and grass finished beef and lamb are available year round at the farm and at the Belfast and Orono Farmer's Markets from May through December. Freezer lambs and sides and quarters of beef are available in the fall by reservation. We also deliver freezer orders to the Boston area at least once in the late fall.

Our cattle, sheep, and chickens are fed a natural diet with no added hormones or chemical fertilizers.

Meadowsweet Farm, Sumner and Paula Roberts, 105 Stevens Road, Swanville ME 04915. (207) 338-1265.
E-mail: meadowsweet@prexar.com.


Misty Brook Farm is a diverse, organic family farm in Albion, ME committed to producing high MOFGA_certified_organic_logoquality proteins. We are certified organic by MOFGA.

We milk A2 Jersey cows that produce rich creamy milk year round. The dairy cows, beefers, and veal calves are all 100% grass-fed. They graze from April to November and eat hay during the winter months.

Our sheep's milk is available from May to October. Our ewes graze the same organic pastures as our cows and get a small amount of organic oats at milking time. Our lambs are grass-fed and we offer lamb and mutton cuts.

The pigs are our land clearers and we supplement their rooting and grazing with 100% Maine grown soy-free organic grains and skim milk.

Our laying hens are pastured and supplemented with 100% Maine-grown, soy-free, non-GMO grain to complement what they find on pasture while roaming. Most of the grain in their ration is certified organic, just the local sunflower seeds are not yet certified.

Our son Alister grows an acre of vegetables every year to sell at our booth at the Common Ground Country Fair. He grows a variety of mixed vegetables including a great deal of winter storage crops.

Organic Raw Cow's Milk and Cream, Raw Sheep's Milk, Soy-free Eggs, Organic Pork, Organic Beef, Organic Veal, and Organic Lamb are available in our farm stand and stores all over Maine.

Misty Brook Farm, Katia & Brendan Holmes, 156 Bog Road, Albion, ME 04910.
E-mail: mistybrookorganicfarm@yahoo.com. Website: www.mistybrook.com.


Sebago Lake Ranch is located 1 mile from the South shore of Sebago Lake on the Gorham/Standish line. We also farm in other parts of Gorham and Standish. We have been raising beef under a Natural label since the 1990s and switched to a no-grain, grass-only diet in 2006.

We have practiced management intensive grazing since 1999 and worked with the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service for many years on projects to improve soil, water and air quality. As the manager of Sebago Lake Ranch I farm on a professional level. I have a BS from Cornell University in Animal Science and have attended various schools and seminars on Grass-Fed beef. I also have an extensive library on the subject, constantly staying up to date with the newest knowledge and technology.

Animals are humanely, safely and efficiently handled with a chute system purchased in 2006. We have been certified with the Maine Beef Quality Assurance program. We use a local abattoir that is federally USDA inspected and packages the meat in cryovac plastic. Right now we are limited to a seasonal production model because we want to achieve the maximum levels of Omega-3 and CLA that can be found in an animal finished on green grass.

We also produce/sell Maple Syrup.

Sebago Lake Ranch, Ben and Kattie Hartwell, 443 Sebago Lake Road, Gorham ME 04038. (207) 892-2586.
E-mail: sebagolakeranch@gmail.com. Website: www.sebagolakeranch.com.


Thunder Hill Farm is located in Waterford, Maine. We raise Scottish Highland Beef Cattle on 75 acres on our farm. Our cattle are grass-only fed by rotationally grazing from May to October. They eat hay or haylage during the winter months that has been produced from our fields. Our cattle are raised the way nature intended.

All livestock on our farm is respected and raised humanely. No growth hormones or additives are ever used. They are always given room to roam, a barn for shelter when they choose and a constantly year round supply of spring fed water.

Our delicious Highland Beef is available by the whole, side, quarter or piece. Orders for whole, side or a quarter of beef is best secured before May. Your order will be cut, vacuum packed and flash frozen to your specifications at a USDA facility. Our Highland Beef is also available by the piece from our farm.

We also grow pork and chicken to order. Order a whole or half a hog and a specific number of chickens before April 15th to assure availability. These animals will be raised on grass, as much as possible, for you. Supplemental grain may be needed. Your order will be available in the fall.

Thunder Hill Farm Highland Beef is for sale at our farm (please call) and at Bridgton Farmers' Market, Saturdays 8–12 and Greenwood Farmers' Market, Fridays 4–6

Thunder Hill Farm, Dottie Bell, 42 Bell Road, Waterford ME 04088. (207) 583-4146; cell: (207) 461-2686.
E-mail: dbell.thf@gmail.com.


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