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Pastured Products Directory – New Hampshire

 

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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:


Benedikt Dairy is a 100% grass-fed, ecologically-minded dairy in Goffstown, NH.

Our purebred Jersey cows live on pasture day and night through the growing season where they eat grasses and herbs. In the winter they are fed dried and fermented grasses, clover and alfalfa. They never eat grain or other energy concentrates. Rotational grazing improves the biological health of the land and provides the cows with optimal nutrition, so they can produce the most nutritious milk for you.

Our Products:

DAIRY
All of our dairy products are made from the milk of our 100% grass-fed rotationally grazed Jersey cows.

  • RAW MILK. Sweet and creamy cream-top milk.
  • RAW CREAM. Our cream is exceptionally thick, perfect for making butter and for whipping.
  • CREAM-TOP YOGURT. Our cream-top yogurt is made from rich whole milk, not homogenized so the cream naturally rises to the top, and contains live active cultures. Pasteurized and cultured.
  • GREEK YOGURT. We use the traditional method of hanging our whole milk cream-top yogurt in cloth to produce its luscious consistency. Pasteurized and cultured.
  • CHURNED BUTTER. Sea salted or unsalted. Pasteurized and cultured.

MEATS

  • PASTURED BEEF. Our 100% grass-fed ground beef is available most of the time. Different cuts, broth bones, and suet are available on a limited basis. We do not offer quarter, half or whole animals.

Our farm stand is open to the public 7am to 7pm daily.

Benedikt Dairy, Max and Melissa Benedikt, 97 Shirley Hill Road, Goffstown, NH 03045. (603) 801-7056.
E-mail: info@benediktdairy.com. Website: www.benediktdairy.com.


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 organic, and 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: cdgowdyco@aol.com. Website: https://brookfieldorganic.com.


Brookford Farm is a first-generation farm occupying 600 acres in Canterbury NH along the Merrimack River. We believe in diversified, NON-GMO, organic, and sustainable farming. We pasture-raise our animals to give them the most healthy, natural lives possible. We believe these methods will make our earth a better place for our children, and have a positive effect on the health and well-being of those who eat our food.

Here is a brief summary of what we produce...

  • Certified Organic Seasonal Produce
  • Lacto-Fermented Vegetables (Krauts and Kimchi)
  • 100% Grass-Fed Dairy: Fresh Dairy products—Cottage Cheese, Greek Yogurt, Yogurt, Kefir, Quark, Buttermilk, Raw Milk, Raw Cream
  • Farmstead Cheeses: Camembert, Brie, Feta, Blue, Raw Cheddar, Gouda, Queso Fresco, etc.
  • 100% Grass-Fed Pasture-Raised Beef
  • Pasture-Raised Pork
  • Pasture-Raised Stewing Hens

How can you get our products? Our farm stand is open to the public 7am to 7pm daily. The best way to receive our products is to sign up for a CSA share through the farm.

You can also find us at many farmers markets and retail locations including (but not limited to): The Seacoast Eat Local Farmers Market, Rollinsford or Exeter NH; The Salem NH Farmers Market; The Somerville Winter Farmers Market, Somerville MA; Union Square Farmers Market, Somerville MA; A Market Natural Foods, Manchester, NH; Concord Food Co-op, Concord, NH; Monadnock Food Co-op, Keene, NH; Nature's Green Grocer, Peterborough, NH; Eastmans Corner, Kensington NH; Simply Wholesome, Windham NH; Lull Farm, Hollis NH; Portsmouth Health Foods, Portsmouth NH.

Visit our website, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more info!

Brookford Farm, 250 West Road, Canterbury NH 03224. (603) 742-4084.
E-mail: brookfordfarm.sales@gmail.com; brookfordfarm.csa@gmail.com. Website: http://brookfordfarm.com.


Clark Organic Farm is located in Carlisle, Massachusetts (near Concord) west of Boston, and are certified organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers. Andrew studied soil science and his wife is a holistic nutritionist. We believe in pasture-based livestock farming and organic methods for vegetables, and also being important contributors to our community. 

We run an organic produce CSA. We raise chickens on pasture in mobile houses for eggs, and they are supplemented with a soy-free grain. Our heritage breed pigs run through the woods and are also given some supplemental, soy-free grain. Our sheep and goats graze on grass and are rotated often. We offer our meat through a CSA program. More information can be found on our website.

We also run education programs and special events, and sell our eggs and produce to restaurants and retail locations. Sorry, we do not ship. Non-members are welcome to shop at our farm during CSA hours. Please visit our website for current hours. 

* We do give our sheep and goats a HANDFUL of organic, soy-free grain just to coax them out to pasture each day. If we didn’t do this, they would run all over town. Our farm is right in the middle of town, and sometimes the animals get loose and stop traffic. This is purely a functional strategy that is necessary because of our location and the difficulties in hearing our animals.  

Clark Organic Farm, Andrew Rodgers, Carlisle, Massachusetts 01741.
E-mail: info@clarkfarmcarlisle.com Website: www.clarkfarmcarlisle.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.


Hettie 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 to yours!

$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.
E-mail: jennifer@hettiebellefarm.com. Website: www.hettiebellefarm.com.


Kalon 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.
E-mail: kalonfarm@live.com. Website: www.kalonfarm.com.


Paradise Farm is a family-owned farm in Lyndeborough, NH, a small town located next door to Milford in southern NH. Adrienne and Wayne Colsia bought 160 acres of rolling hills and beautiful views in 2002 and proceeded to grow a multi-faceted farm. All our animals are pasture raised and humanely treated using sustainable and holistic methods.

We rotationally graze 100% grass-fed Scottish Highland beef, a “slow grow breed” which enhances the taste; heritage breed Gloucestershire Old Spots pigs; Nubian goats; chickens; turkeys and Romney sheep. We sell beef, pork, lamb, roaster chickens, and turkeys.

We also sell our own raw honey, free-range eggs, and Nubian goat milk—the highest quality goat milk there is and it has no gamey taste. Reap the major health benefits of goat milk and enjoy the taste.

Seasonally we have PYO blueberries, raspberries, peaches, and apples. We also grow table grapes, pears, plums, and tart cooking cherries that we sell from our farm stand and at farmers markets.

Meats are processed by a USDA butcher in NH and vacuum-sealed for added freshness.

Our meats come in a variety of individual cuts, or we have two bulk options available:

  • Option #1: Get a 10% discount on bulk purchases of meats and poultry if you buy $500 worth in any combination at one time. Must be paid in cash.

  • Option #2: Beef sides for $6.00/lb hanging weight; includes all processing and vacuum-sealed packaging for longer freezer shelf life. Reservation and deposit required.

We encourage people to visit our farm and farm store. We have no set hours, so please call ahead so we know you are coming. Our farm offers expansive mountain and valley views and the opportunity for kids to interact with our many animals. Our two miniature ponies, Lilly and Honey, will greet you when you park. They love carrots!

You can also purchase our products at the Milford Farmers Market, which runs almost year round. For more information, including prices, see our website.

Paradise Farm, Wayne and Adrienne Colsia, 468 Center Road, Lyndeborough NH 03082. (603) 345-0860.
E-mail: wayne@paradisefarmnh.com. Website: www.paradisefarmnh.com. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paradisefarmnh/.


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: wrleclair@myfairpoint.net. Website: www.rockymeadowfarm.com.


Steve Normanton: I am originally from South Africa, where I worked in the livestock trade the conventional, agribusiness way. Here 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 available year-round.

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.
E-mail: steve@normanton.com. Website: www.stevenormanton.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: chris@walpolevalleyfarms.com. Website: 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: whitegatesfarm@gmail.com. Website: www.whitegates-farm.com.


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