Happy Grunting Pigs

The pigs enjoying their time rooting around in the dirt and grass.

Broadfork Farm in Nov/Dec issue of Growing for Market!

We are pleased to note Broadfork Farm was mentioned in the latest issue of Growing for Market for our efforts to encourage and protect native pollinators on our farm.. Not a subscriber? Join Growing for Market at http://www.growingformarket.com

Support Local Farms on Small Business Saturday!

Broadfork Farm has pork and lamb shares available! Order local food today!

Garlic Planted!

Beautiful sunny day for garlic planting and mulching. Looking forward to tasty garlic next Summer!

Grass-Fed Lamb Available

Our lamb is ready for sale. Approx. 20# packages for $250.
Includes: 12 lamb chops, 2 shoulder roasts, 2 leg of lamb, 1# kabob meat, 1 pkg. ribs, 1rack of lamb and 2# ground lamb.
Email to order: broadforkfarmer@gmail.com

Hoophouse Construction!

This week we continue to put finishing touches on our new Hoophouse. This will enable us to get a jump on next Spring regardless of how wet and cold it may be.

Certified Bee-Friendly Farm!

We’re excited to have received our Bee-Friendly Farm Certification from Partners for Sustainable Pollination. Farms are certified for their sustainable growing practices that provide habitat and food sources for native bee populations year-round and do not use any pesticides or chemicals in their farming practices.

We are looking forward to helping to get the word out about the important role native pollinators play in our food system and how everyone can help to keep those populations healthy and vibrant.

Broadfork Farm Pigs

Our heritage pigs have been such a delight this season we’re committed to continuing to raise and provide heritage pork to our customers for seasons to come.
Reserve you order of pork today by contacting us at broadforkfarmer@gmail.com

Pork will be ready mid to late October.

Heritage Pigs

Broadfork Farm’s latest addition, heritage pigs arrived this past week. We have Berkshires and Gloucestershire Old Spots. Who couldn’t love a face like that?

Grass-fed Lamb

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