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.
Posted by Eleanor Kane :: Friday, November 21 :: 1:38pm
Christmas Trees and Wreaths
We’ll be open every day from Saturday, November 22nd through December 23rd (except for Thanksgiving) from 9am to dusk for cut your own Christmas Trees and homemade wreaths! We also have a couple pre-cut Christmas Trees available, for those of you who don’t want to make the trip out to the fields.
All cut your own trees are $45 dollars, no matter what size they are.
We’ll have hay rides available all day on Saturdays and from 11am – dusk on Sundays. If you want a hay ride the other days of the week, give us a call at 868 2001 or an email at email@example.com to make sure that someone who can drive the tractor will be around the farm.
Things to Know
- Always check the weather before heading out to the farm as it can be very windy and cold.
- Dogs are allowed but must be kept leashed at all times.
- We provide hand saws or you are welcome to bring your own. Chainsaws are not allowed.
- After you have cut down your tree, we will pull the tree through the netter which makes it easier to get into the house. We also have twine available to tie your tree to your car, and we can assist you with that process if you need help.
We still have some veggies for sale! We have potatoes, onions, and kale, so if you’re in the mood to stock up on any of those, please swing by!
Thanks to everyone who’s stopped by to get self-service eggs over the last month! We’ll continue to have eggs for sale while we’re open for Christmas Trees, and then we’ll go back to self-service after December 23rd.
We have chicken, lamb, pork, goat and beef in stock. We’re getting an entire cow in on December 9th, so let us know if you have any interest in buying an 1/8th or a ¼ of a cow, and receiving a bulk discount!
Other Products Currently in Stock
- Homemade soap
- Handmade, local pottery, including mugs, bowls, jars, and plates
- Local maple syrup from right here in Barrington, NH
Looking Towards 2015
We will be looking to staff two positions for the 2015 growing season. First, we’re looking for an Assistant Grower to help with our Vegetable CSA. Secondly, we’re looking for a more generalized farm hand who is willing to work with animals, in the vegetable fields, cutting cordwood, and on some carpentry projects. Both positions would be available as soon as March and would continue through December, with an option for work over the winter of 2016, and then that 2016 growing season as well. Experience is not required, but would be preferred. We’ll post a more thorough job description soon, but for know if you or anyone you know might be interested, please give us a call at 603-868-2001, or send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 Vegetable CSA
We still have plenty of spots available in our CSA for next year! We know that June feels really far away, but getting folks signed up this time of year helps us start to plan our crops and order seeds, which we do in the beginning of January. If you have any questions about the CSA, you can find out more by clicking here, or stop by the store to ask us about it in person.