2017 Ordering


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It’s time to place your orders for beef, pork, lamb, chicken, veggies and eggs for 2017! Please fill out and return our 2017 Order form as soon as possible as we expect many items to sell out this year. More info is available on the ordering page for each product, but as always feel free to send me an email (stephanie@normanton.com) with any questions!


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We are pleased to announce the opening of our new farm store at 55 Charles Bancroft Highway! This project has been going on for months and we are thrilled to finally be able to open the doors! It is just about 2 miles down the road from the farm, towards Hudson in the DLB Paving and Lix Ice Cream building.

All of our grass-fed beef, pasture raised pork, pasture raised chicken, grass-fed lamb and organic, pasture raised, soy-free eggs will be available for purchase, as well as our organic vegetables in season.  We will also have organic, raw milk, cheese, yogurt, butter and cream from our friends at Benedikt Dairy in Goffstown for sale. Each week, we hope to add more variety from other local farms to supplement our products. This first weekend, we will have organic strawberries from Harlow Farm in Vermont available while they last!

Don’t worry, you are still welcome to stop by the farm anytime and visit the animals or check out the vegetables!  You can now call the store directly at (603) 377-7138 with any questions. Store hours will be updated on our website and facebook page.

We hope you’ll stop by and check us out soon!



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Saturday was a perfect day for our annual CSA member day! We took a tour of the greenhouses and gardens, and even sampled some tasty, early greens. We also spent some time learning about the animals and Steve explained the importance of everything working together to create great soil and thus healthy food.

It was great to see some familiar faces and meet some new members! We are thankful for all of our CSA members and are looking forward to a great season! There are still shares available, send us an email to sign up today!


If you are thinking about signing up for our certified organic vegetable CSA this year, please remember that we are offering a $40 early-bird discount for paying in full before March 14.

The discounted prices are $740 for a full share (suitable for a family of 4), and $480 for a half share (suitable for 2 people). Subscribers will be entitled to pick up a box with an assortment of vegetables once a week for 26 weeks from mid-May through mid-November.

There’s lots more information on the ordering page, including our organic vegetable CSA ordering form .  But if you are pressed for time, and you want to get the discount, send us an email today or you can just put a check in the mail by Monday to Steve Normanton, 226 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Litchfield, NH 03052.

emotionheaderOur good friend and colleague, Craig Fournier, was not able to open his chicken processing plant that we had all hoped for, but we are thrilled to announce that he has opened a new restaurant in downtown Nashua. The Bale House Tavern features family recipes of American style comfort foods and farm to plate specials. Craig puts 100% into everything he does and we have no doubt that everything will be delicious! We wish him all the best in this new venture!

The Bale House Tavern is located at 57 Palm Street in Nashua. They will be celebrating with a grand opening event all day Saturday, March 5th. For more details, check out their website.

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We get asked a lot if we are enjoying the down time over the winter. Truth is, we are just as busy this time of year as in the summer!  Steve has been spending countless hours at his laptop, working on spreadsheets, budgeting and planning for the year. Luckily, it hasn’t been too cold and the crew has been able to get a lot of repairs and maintenance done on the equipment. Of course, there are still the animals to take care of and the eggs keep rolling in every day. However, for me, the most exciting of the off-season tasks, is the planting of the first seeds.  I found Bob in the greenhouse yesterday starting the onions and leeks. With some good weather and some even better soil, these tasty veggies will make their way into our CSA shares later this summer! I can’t wait!

Sheepless Nights

One of the biggest challenges in raising grass fed livestock is finding the right genetic types to thrive on pasture. This has most certainly been the case for us over the last few years with our lamb flock.  As an avid champion for grass fed ruminants and due to my love of lamb, the need to overcome this challenge, if we were going to raise lamb again in 2016, caused me some sleepless nights!

I am happy to report, after countless phone calls, research, and good old networking, that we have found a source for Texel lamb. Texel sheep are originally from the island of Texel in the Nertherlands. These lamb are known for their great muscling ability. They are hardy, tough and docile and thrive in grass based systems.

Texel Ewes

Texel Ewes