If you are interested in a vegetable share or a beef share in 2014, we have brochures and order forms available. You can download them here and send them in, or send us an email and we can mail one to you.
For a brochure follow these links for page 1 and page 2
Order forms for vegetables can be found here and beef shares here.
We are currently open for pick your own organic blueberries. The season is just getting started, we will update the side bar daily to let you know how picking conditions are. We are open 7 days a week, 7 am to 9 pm. Please read the sign board at the farm stand (by the open sign) before heading out to pick.
Blueberries are starting to ripen! We will be opening for pick your own soon, most likely in the next week or so. We will post again to announce the start of the season so if you are a blog subscriber you will get a notice. Watch the sidebar on the right for updates and picking information.
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black prince tomato
We now have a large selection of organic vegetable seedlings on sale at our farm stand. We specialize in lots of varieties of tomatoes (see list on organic seedlings page). You will also find peppers, lettuce, broccoli, kale, cabbage, herbs and more. Coming in a few weeks will be cucumbers, summer and winter squash. We are open 7 days a week, from 7 am to 9 pm. Come check us out!
lettuce and chard
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a farmer and consumer that benefits both. By purchasing a share, the consumer pays up front for some of the costs of production of their food, helping the farmer with cash flow and planning. In return, the consumer gets the satisfaction of knowing exactly where their food is grown and how, and receives a reduced price for being willing to enter into a financial partnership with the farmer. Two Dog Farm sells vegetables, pork and beef by the share.
Vegetables shares — We are committed to being good stewards of the land, and we grow our certified organic vegetables without the use of any synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. We grow a wide variety of mixed vegetables, selecting varieties for their taste and ability to grow in our northern climate. Our vegetable shares are delivered weekly from late May until mid October (approximately 20 weeks). We plan the garden to produce as much variety as possible each week, given seasonal constraints. Our full share comes in a 1 1/9 bushel box, and we expect it to feed a family of four or two people who cook a lot and eat a lot of vegetables. Our single share comes in a ½ bushel box, and is intended to feed 1 to 2 adults. For more information and an order form click here.
lucky pig with unsellable produce
Pasture Raised Pork – Our pigs always have access to grass and land to roam. We feed grain to fulfill part of their dietary needs and supplement with room to root around and plenty of garden produce. A pork share comes in at about 60 to 70 lbs of a variety of cuts, with some customization possible. The cost is $6.75 per pound. For more information and an order form click here.
winter in the pasture
Grass Fed Beef – Our animals are naturally raised on grass. In the winter months they feed on a mixture of dry hay and baleage, though they always have access to pasture. As the grass greens the animals start to feed solely on pasture. A share is approximately 50 to 60 lbs of a mixture of cuts, with usually about 25 lbs of ground beef. The cost is $6.25 per pound. For more information and an order form click here.
Steve has been hard at work in the sugarbush rerouting the main line in preparation for sugaring season. The old anchor tree fell down, and while he had to do some work on the line anyways he decided to reroute to pick up some additional trees and add some taps. We’ve also been getting our new farm stand set up. We have a nice selection of beef for sale in the freezer, as well as some pork. Right now the only vegetables we have left are onions, but we are looking forward to early greens this spring and have a nice glass front cooler to make it easier to purchase veggies once they are in season. As soon as sugaring season comes around we will also have maple syrup available. Caleb and Jess Smith of Dorset Peak Jerseys have raw milk for sale in the farm stand as well. Thought I’d share some January scenes from around the farm. — Sue
greenhouse and hoophouses
We are beginning our search for one or more agricultural intern(s) to help with all aspects of our farming operation. We are committed to providing an educational experience. We offer housing, basic board, and a stipend. Some weekend and evening hours will be part of the mix.
Depending on the person we are looking for someone who can work the full season, from April until October, and/or for the summer months. Work will include starting seedlings, all aspects of managing a 2 acre vegetable garden and getting vegetables to market and to CSA customers, blueberry care and harvesting, and perhaps some care for pigs and cows. If interested please click on leave a comment below, send us an email, or give us a call. You can also download our application and either mail it or email it back to us.
Blueberries just waiting to be picked
The blueberry picking is absolutely fantastic right now. Here’s some pictures to tempt you to come out and pick. We are open 10 am to dusk, 7 days a week. Check sidebar for daily picking conditions.
Lots of beautiful blueberries
The earliest of the bushes are starting to come in! Picking is from 10 am to dusk, 7 days a week. The farm stand is set up self serve, so come on out and get some tasty organic blueberries! Keep an eye on the sidebar for a daily update on picking conditions.
u-pick should be starting next week — stay tuned to the side bar for up-to-date info!