At Brookford Farm we believe that in diversified farming, all areas of production have symbiotic relationships with other production areas.
We believe deeply in organic methods which will make our earth a better place for our children.
We believe that a diversified farm can grow a greater variety of food.
We strive to produce high quality, pasture-oriented, nutrient-dense food year round.
We believe that our focus on the soil and well-being of plants and animals will have a positive effect on the health and well-being of the people who eat the food and the community who experience the farming activities.
We believe that the food we produce is good for us, our children and for you.
We believe in non-GMO farming practices, including any feed we may give our animals.
We strongly value land in a fruitful state for future generations to utilize.
We believe that it is important to train young farmers in proper soil rebuilding techniques.
We sell eggs, chickens, pork, beef, raw milk dairy products (milk, yogurt, cream, cheeses), and vegetables. Our dairy cows receive a small amount of grain when they are milked (about 4 pounds); when we sell our beef, their meat may be mixed in with that from the totally grass-fed animals.
You can find many of our products at the following locations:
Farmers Markets: Tilton Farmers Market (Winter: Saturday and Sunday, 10am–2pm), Concord Farmers Market (Saturday).
Grocery Stores: Concord Co-op (Concord), Portsmouth Health Foods (Portsmouth), A Market (Manchester), Simply Wholesome (Windham), Nature Country Store (Epsom), Natural Choice Market (Hooksett), Herbal Path (Dover and Portsmouth), Canterbury Country Store (Canterbury), Harvest Market (Bedford), Dover Natural Foods (Dover), Portsmouth Health Foods, (Portsmouth), Calef Country Store (Barrington), Earthward (Amherst), Riverwalk (Nashua), Natures Green Grocer (Peterborough), Dublin General Store (Dublin), Hannah Grimes Market Place (Keene), Farmer Johns Plot (Dublin).
Restaurants: Blue Moon (Exeter), Celery Stick Cafe (Concord), On the Vine (Exeter), Pepperland (South Berwick, ME), Big Bean Cafe (Newmarket), dyn.com (Manchester), and Black Trumpet (Portsmouth).