About The Farm
Black Barn Farm is 20 acres of what was originally a 40 acre working farm and orchard in the late 1800's. Allowed to go fallow for many years, we are excited to be bringing it back to life.
We specialize in naturally grown vegetables, flowers, herbs, pasture raised eggs as well as a variety of homemade pastas and pestos. While we are not certified organic, we do farm organically. We do not use any pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers or GMO seeds. Instead, we nourish the land with manure from our pasture raised chickens, compost, leaves, as well as locally sourced manure. We grow primarily heirloom varieties and use organic seed. From the seed to the harvest, you'll know who, how and where your food was grown.
The west garden in the beginning of the season before we began prepping the farm.
After removing three large white pines, one red pine, and lots of brush, Paul plowed the fields with "Louise," his 1948 Farmall Cub.
The garden after the first summer on the farm.