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. Also moving to Barrington is Ellen Fagan, who studied Animal Sciences at Cornell, and works as the Assistant Farm Manager. More news will be available soon as the farm continues to transition. For current news on their farm and animal practices, please visit www.brasenhillfarm.com or www.facebook.com/brasenhillfarm
The Warren farm will continue to be open for the summer and fall of 2013 with no inturruption due to new ownership. In general, the farm will be open on Saturdays. They will be open every day starting November 23rd for cut your own Christmas Trees, except Thanksgiving. Please continue to support this farm, and local agriculture. We look forward to meeting you all!
Posted by Eleanor Kane :: Friday, November 22 :: 7:25am
We're thrilled to let everyone know that we'll be open starting tomorrow, November 23rd, for the first of our Christmas Tree sales of the season. We'll be open every day through December 23rd, excuding Thankgiving Day, from 9am to dusk. We have Balsam Fir, Concolor Fir, and of course Blue Spruce available, with heights ranging from just a few feet to up to 10'. We also have handmade wreaths, homemade soap, maple syrup, nature prints, and local pottery for sale. We're excited to let you all know that we also have our grassfed meat in stock, including goat and fresh eggs, as well as organically fed, pastured pork and chickens. We have plenty of larger cuts like pork shoulders and leg of goat, and our whole chickens are fantastic roasted with apple cider and fall vegetables. We have carrots, beets, onions, and kale, so please think of us as you plan holidays meals!
All our cut your own trees are $45, with precut trees and wreaths ranging from around $15 to $50. While we do accept credit cards, please help us keep our costs down by bringing a check or paying with cash- it helps us keep the price affordable for all of our customers!
As in past years, we have a hay wagon available for rides, as well as complimentary hot apple cider in the store. Feel free to bring your dog, on a leash, and take some time walking around the fields or visiting our animals in the barn.
Please let us know if you have any questions, either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling Theo at (603) 868 2001.
We look forward to seeing you all over the coming weeks and are so excited for our first Christmas Tree season here at Warren Farm!
Eleanor and Theo