New Owners

After 67 years in the Warren Family, Randy and Heather have sold the Warren Farm to Theodore Wiegand and Eleanor Kane.  

Theo comes from generations of wheat farmers in Montana and Eleanor is originally from Massachusetts.  They're moving to Barrington after farming in MA for three seasons, where most of their experience was in grassfed, organic animal husbandry and small scale, organic vegetable production.  They're excited to continue the tradition of cut your own Christmas Trees, as well as expand the vegetable operation and offer grassfed goat and lamb, pasture raised pork, chickens, eggs, and Thanksgiving turkeys.






News and Blog

Happy Spring

Posted by Eleanor Kane :: Sunday, March 16 :: 12:24pm

It might be cold and windy outside, but we've turned our attention to spring and couldn't be more excited!  We have lettuce and onion seedlings started and in just a few weeks we'll be seeding tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers - a bit hard to believe with all this snow on the ground!  Other signs of spring are everywhere on the farm, from the lambs playing in the barn, to the week-old piglets, to daffodils slowly peeking through the snow and ice.  Theo and I are thrilled to be gearing up for our first growing season here at Warren Farm with a lot of new things among some old favorites.

On that list is another bird walk, scheduled for the morning of May 31st (more details to come), the continuation of homemade soap, which we've been plugging away at, and fresh asparagus and rhubarb, though both of those seem quite far off when I look out the window.  

We'll keep everyone updated as to when we'll start having regular store hours again.  As for now, if you'd like to stop by please give us a call at (603) 868 2001 or email us at  We have fresh eggs, pork, chicken, goat, and grassfed beef in stock, and in a couple weeks we'll have lettuce and kale.

We still have a few CSA shares available for those of you who are interested.  It's a great way to support us as a small, local farm, and a great way to have a weekly source of fresh veggies from June through October.  If you've already signed up, thank you and we're so excited to see you this summer!  

Hope everyone's had a great winter and we hope you all are looking forward to spring as much as we are!

-Eleanor and Theo


2014 Vegetable CSA Shares

Registration for our 2014 Vegetable CSA shares is now open!   A CSA allows members to support a local farm by paying a fixed, discounted price for a season’s worth of vegetables and fruit at the beginning of the season and then pick up their items every week from June to October for 22 weeks. Members receive a 10%-15% markdown from our retail prices, and in return, we receive payment in the winter and spring, when we incur many of our costs.  

Signup now to receive a box of vegetables every week, including tomatoes, peppers, greens, eggplants, corn, peaches, raspberries and more!  It's a great way to support a local farm.


We will be open occasionally during the winter of 2014.  We are also open by appointment.  The farm phone number is 603-868-2001.  

Methods of payment

We accept credit cards, local checks, and cash.