Frequently asked questions

How can I pay for my order?

We have several convenien options. We accept cash, personal check, and also use Venmo. We will be able to accept credit cards in late 2020.

Why are some of your items not always available?

Because we are a small diversified farm, many of our goods are only available seasonally. For example, geese typically lay eggs in the spring, so we have an abundance of goose eggs in the spring. We also plan our beef, lamb, and pork dates in accordance with breeding seasons. So, while we try to make sure everything is available throughout the year, there are times that's not possible! We think this is a great opportunity to step out of your culinary comfort zone and try something new!

Can I pre-order meat or other goods?

We do not do pre-orders, simply because we don't want to let anyone down if something is not available. Our orders are processed on a first-paid, first-served basis.

Do you deliver?

At this time, we offer delivery with a minimum order of $100 and a delivery charge is applied based on your location.

Can I come visit your farm?

Absolutely! It's a working farm, so it's always a good idea to shoot us a quick email saying you'll be swinging by, but if you stop over we're happy to show you around and introduce you to the animals. (Don't forget to bring boots!)

What kinds of cows / sheep / pigs do you have?

We raise purebred Scottish Highland cattle, Scottish Blackface sheep, and Idaho Pasture Pigs. We chose these breeds due to their hardiness, genetic superiority, and their heritage breeding. They are excellent mothers, are not overly large, and are very cold-hardy; perfect for Maine winters!

What do you mean by "pasture-raised"?

Our animals are pasture-raised and hay-fed.We rely on our excellent USDA-guided pasture-management and our locally sourced hay to feed our sheep, cows, and (yes!) pigs.