Want to sign up for a 15 week summer CSA? We have extended our sign up deadline.
Deposits are now due APRIL 26, 2013
This summer we will be vending at the Northwood (Thursday) and Laconia (Saturday) Farmers Markets. CSA pick ups will be in those areas as well as at the farm.
Feel like you want a CSA but unsure if you can make it to either of our markets? We want everyone to have access to our delicious produce. So, if you can get 10 people to sign up for CSA shares (whole or half) in your immediate area, we will make a delivery to your area. If this is something you are interested in please notify us so we can plan accordingly.
Sign Up Here–>CSA member agreement
More Info–>CSA flier april 26 deadline
We look forward to growing with you!
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Now that the season is winding down, we introduced some sheep to the farm! Their breed is “Dorper,” which is a cross between “Dorset” and “Persian” sheep. Their coat is a hair/wool mix which sheds on its own. No shearing! Pictured are our 5 ewe lambs that will serve as our starter flock. Starting in March these sheep will be lambing and producing meat that will be available for purchase. Soon we will be introducing a Katahdin ram. We feed them our own high quality hay and look forward to growing grains for them next year. During the cold months it is fun and nutritious to feed sugar pumpkins, cabbage, broccoli and kale.
We are also in the process of building 2 small high tunnels (unheated green houses) which will help us bring you year-round fresh vegetables! In the summer they will aid us with growing our heat-loving vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants. In the fall, winter, and spring the high tunnels will serve as a place for cold hardy vegetables such as lettuce, spinach, and micro-greens to grow.
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Here at Sanborn Mills Farm, we are excited to announce a new addition to the farm. Alina Harris and Nick Reppun are young farmers who are growing organic food for the community at Sanborn Mills Farm. While are growing using ALL ORGANIC practices we are not certified this year. The land being used has been certified in the past and we hope to be re-certified in the future. We will be happy to share more about our organic farming methods with you in person at your request.
Vegetables/Produce offered for sale this year:
- Tomatoes (including heirlooms)
- Bell peppers
- Head lettuce, Mesclun Mix
- Spinach, Swiss Chard
- Baby Leeks and Onions
- Melons (Watermelon, Cantaloupe)
- Herbs (basil, sacred basil, thyme, garlic chives, chives, parsley, echinacea, nasturtium flowers)
- Eggplant (long purple Thai variety)
- Beans, Peas
- Hops (varieties include Cascade, Columbus, Nugget, Centenial)
- Mushrooms (Shitake, Lions Mane, Oyster, Reishi)
- Taro (An edible Hawaiian root crop, also used for its spinach-like leaves)
- Eggs (Blue Aracana)
- Meat chickens
- Popping corn
- Maple Syrup
- Heritage Turkey
- Sweet potatoes, white potatoes
If you are interested in becoming a CSA member or would simply like to purchase some of our organic produce contact Nick or Alina at the Red House phone number (603) 435-6004, or look for our Sanborn Mills produce in local shops and farmers markets. Check back on this website for updates on produce and its availability, photos, CSA sign up, reserve a turkey, recipes, and more! If you would like to become part of our mailing list to stay updated on edible agricultural products, please email us at email@example.com, or send us a letter at 7154 Sanborn Rd. Loudon, NH 03307
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