Applecheek Farm is a sustainable, certified organic family farm. Our farm produces certified organic grass-fed beef and humanely-raised veal, pasture-raised poultry, pasture-raised heritage pigs. The farm also offers farm tours and school field trips. The Clark family has owned and operated Applecheek Farm since 1965.
Gaylord Farm offers high quality grass fed beef, pork and chickens. We use all organic practices, we do not use hormones, antibiotics or steroids. Our animals are born on the farm. From conception to consumption, you know where your food comes from.
All Natural 100% Grass Fed and Finished Highland and Highland Cross Beef. No Hormones or Antibiotics used. Our animals are born and humanely raised in Greensboro Bend and Plainfield. We are proud of what we do and invite you to come see!
Hooker Mountain Farm is a small farm and producer of natural meats and beverages located in the foothills below Groton State Forest in Cabot, Vermont. Our farm-to-bottle maple sodas are made with wood-fired maple syrup and natural flavors derived from local sources. Our chickens, cows and pigs are all grown without the use of hormones or antibiotics and grow on pasture, in forage fields and range through woodlands throughout the year. We offer chicken, pork and beef meat shares, individual cuts as well as produce naturally cured sausages such as summer sausage, BBQ beef sticks, and smoked chorizo sausage.
We are the ladies of Lazy Lady Farm. We produce the great milk that goes into Lazy Lady Farm’s fine artisanal cheeses. Lazy Lady Farm has been producing fine cheeses for over 25 years. We make cheese 5 – 6 days a week thereby producing cheese from the freshest milk possible. We produce the milk with organic grain, rotational grazing in the summer months, and in the winter we feed out our own hay which we grow on 12 acres here on the farm. The soils are well maintained with composted manures and minerals. We keep a herd of 40 registered Alpines. We work hard on our genetics, bringing in breeding stock from fine farms out west in order to create lovely animals and high producers. The farm is off-grid and produces its own electricity with the use of solar and wind power. We have 2 geo thermal cellars to ripen the cheeses. One for aged cheeses and one for the bloomy rind cheeses and washed rind cheeses. We employ one full time person and 4 part time folks who live in the area. A lot of work and effort goes into making our fine cheeses. As well as making cheese Lazy Lady Farm also grows beef and whey-fed pork. These animals are given a great amount of care and commitment to their well being and comfort. Please visit our booth at the farmers market and please visit our website and our spot on the Vermont cheese council website to learn more.
Tangletown Farm raises a large variety of pasture-raised animals. It is a small family farm committed to great animal care and careful stewardship of their land. The farm offers a CSA and farmers market discounts.