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Posted 10/8/2013 12:18pm by Eleanor Kane.

Hi All,

 

We'll be open on Saturday from 10am - 4pm.  We should have kale, swiss chard, beets, and pumpkins.  We will also have our pastured eggs, organic and pasture raised chicken and pork, as well as 100% grassfed goat and lamb.  Additionally, we have our homemade soap for sale, along with Scott Young's nature prints and local maply syrup.

 

Thanks!

Eleanor and Theo

Posted 10/2/2013 9:41am by Eleanor Kane.

Hey Folks!

 

We're open today until 4, and on Saturday, October 5th from 10-4.  This will be our last Wednesday being open for the Fall, so stop on by!  We have plenty of greens and beets, along with lamb, pork, chicken, and goat.  We also have our homemade soap, nature prints by Scott Young, and maple syrup.

 

Thanks!

Posted 9/24/2013 8:13am by Eleanor Kane.

Hey Folks,

 

We're getting towards the end of vegetables for the season, but we still have plenty of great items!  We have lots of swiss chard and kale, as well as a bit of summer squash and snap peas.  This week we also have our 100% grassfed lamb and goat, as well as organically fed and pasture raised whole chickens, and a number of pork options such as sausage, ribs, and chops.

 

Our sheep are happily grazing in one of the front fields, so feel free to stop by and check them out.  We're working on finishing the chicken coop in the barn, so once that's done we'll have loads of fresh, pastured eggs for sale.  We're also hoping to have carrots, beets, greens, and other storage crops through the fall and winter, so please keep stopping by between now and when Christmas Tree season starts in two months!

 

Thanks!

Posted 9/18/2013 6:18am by Eleanor Kane.

Hi Folks,

 

Sorry for not putting this up sooner!  We'll be open today from 10-4 with the very last of our tomatoes, a great selection of fall kale and swiss chard, peas, summer squash (if it survived the cooler temperatures last night!), chicken, pork, 100% grassfed goat, soap, maple syrup and nature prints.  We'll be open on Saturday, September 21st with much the same selection.

Posted 9/9/2013 7:51am by Eleanor Kane.

Hey Folks,

 

We'll be open like normal on Wednesday and Saturday from 10am - 4pm this week.  We're getting towards the end of our tomatoes for the year, so swing by if you'd like to pick any before we get a frost.  We still have summer squash, zucchini, sugar snap peas, swiss chard, kale, as well as organically fed and pasture raised chicken, pork, and 100% grassfed goat available, and of course soap, maple syrup and nature prints.

 

Some of our sheep and our other dog might be up there this week, so feel free to say hi to them if you spot them in the field!  (Just don't touch the fence!)

 

Thanks,

Eleanor and Theo

Posted 9/3/2013 2:32pm by Eleanor Kane.

Hey Folks!

 

We'll be open tomorrow, Wednesay September 4th and Saturday, September 7th from 10am to 4pm with pick your own tomatoes, sweet corn, sugar snap peas, swiss chard, kale, garlic, summer squash, and fresh picked tomatoes.  We also have local maple syrup, nature prints by Scott Young, and our homemade soap.  We wanted to mention that someone who came and picked tomatoes in the last week or so left their glasses in the field.  They're in the farm store if they're yours!

Posted 8/26/2013 6:18am by Eleanor Kane.

We'll be open on Wednesday, August 28th and Saturday, August 31st from 10am- 4pm with pick your own tomatoes, plus no spray peaches, tomatoes, chard, sugar snap peas, and summer squash.  We also have pectin, local maple syrup, homemade soap, and nature prints from Scott Young available, as well as organically fed, pasture raised pork and chicken.

Posted 8/22/2013 5:34am by Eleanor Kane.

Thanks for a great first day being open yesterday!  It was wonderful to meet so many of you.

Ellen will have the store open from 10-4 on Saturday with pick your own tomatoes, no spray peaches, fresh picked tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, sugar snap peas, swiss chard, summer squash, corn, and cured garlic.  We also have pectin, homemade soaps, maple syrup, and Scott Young's nature prints available.

Posted 8/19/2013 1:26pm by Eleanor Kane.

Hi Folks,

We’re writing to you as the new owners of Warren Farm with some news and updates about the transition between Randy and Heather and ourselves.

We’ve had a wonderful time over the last six months getting to know Heather and Randy, as well as the land itself.  We purchased the farm from them only a few days ago and are excited and ready to meet all of you!

We will be open for our first day on Wednesday, August 21st from 10am-4pm, and then again on Saturday, August 24th with the same hours.  We’re excited to meet all of you and hope you’ll be patient with us as we learn the ropes.  For the remainder of the summer and fall, we hope to be open at least every Wednesday and Saturday, and we will communicate additional days or changes via the website and voicemail (on the farm’s 868-2001 number).

We have pick your own tomatoes, as well as fresh picked, no spray peaches, tomatoes, corn, snap peas, chard, and summer squash.  In a month or so, we will also have carrots, beets, and kale. 

We currently operate a farm in Southern Massachusetts where we raise grassfed and organic lamb, goat, chicken, pork, turkeys, and fresh eggs.  This will be available at the farm store.  We are planting kale, lettuce, swiss chard, and collard greens in the hoop house, so we hope to be open through the winter with these vegetables, eggs, and meat.

Starting November 23rd, we will be open every day (except Thanksgiving) through December 23rd for cut your own Christmas Trees. 

We're bringing our herd of Katahdin/Dorper sheep, Boer goats, two llamas, pigs, chickens, and heritage turkeys to the farm over the next few months.  It will be a slow move, since we'll be working to keep them happy and healthy despite changing them to new pastures.  We'll also be bringing our two dogs, Russell and Jeb, and a host of friendly barn cats.

Our Assistant Farm Manager, Ellen Fagan, is currently living at the farm and will be overseeing the day-to-day operation as we work to move our animals and equipment over the coming months.  You can expect to see her planting fall crops, building a new chicken coop, preparing the barn for our ewes and does, and running the store.

We’re really looking forward to getting to know everyone and hope that you stop by and introduce yourselves.  If you have any questions, the phone number (listed above) is the same as it always has been, and our email is wfarmnh@outlook.com.  If you’re interested in what we’ve been doing in the past, you can visit www.brasenhillfarm.com or www.facebook.com/brasenhillfarm.  In the meantime, check in with our website, www.warrenfarmnh.com, for updates, new photos, and any news as we continue our transition.

 

Thanks,


Eleanor and Theo

Posted 8/19/2013 10:10am by Randy Warren.

Our first day open with new owners!

 

We will have pick your own tomatoes (both red and green), summer squash, chard, sugar snap peas, and homemade herbal soaps.  We have available our fresh picked no spray peaches. All of our produce is no spray this year.  We also have Pomona Pectin in stock. We  have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm of Barrington. We also are pleased to have Scott Young's Nature Prints.  We also have organically fed and pastured raised whole chickens, pork chops, pork roasts, and sausage.  

 

We're very excited to meet everyone, so stop on by to say hello!


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