100% Gloucestershire Old Spot Heritage Breed Piglets for sale. Hard to come by. Ours are healthy, happy and ready to grow! $125 each (discount for 3 or more). 5 week olds and newborns will all be ready to go around 8 weeks old. We also have Large Black and GOS crosses (both are Heritage Breeds and hard to find). The X’s are $100 each and weaned now. And lastly, we have a proven Large Black Boar. He will make an awesome addition to your breeding program. $300 (obo). Must go now to make room for the young stock. Call or email for further info or to set up a time to visit.
Chef Raquel Osorio will be here to offer the following meals for a $10 donation: Chicken Jerk or Tofu Jerk; each with a side salad of mostly local ingredients with a Brazilian flair! She’ll also have a Vegetarian Salad Entree (see picture) featuring our raw milk pot cheese (cow and goat).
She will be using chicken from the farm and offering tastings if you’re unsure about committing to a meal. Her food is not to be missed so please plan on coming out to our farm this coming Sunday August 12 from Noon to 3pm.
In addition to Raquel’s food we’ll have our usual free samples of our dairy products (cow and goat); free hayrides; free petting zoo; free farm tours; free live music & free garden tours…..hope to see you all there!
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We had 10 new arrivals late last night! All pink with black spots….very cute. That makes a grand total of 28 piglets we currently have at the farm! 10 newborns, 10 five and a half week olds, and 8 twelve week olds.
New Momma pig and piglets are all doing well and enjoying a fresh bed of hay. They will be resting inside for a few days before venturing out into the pasture.
Please stop by the farm to see the pigs and all our other animals this Sunday August 5 from noon to 3pm during our ‘Market Day’ open house. In addition to seeing the animals we’ll be offering free hayrides, dairy samples (cow & goat), live music and pulled pork meals with fresh from our farm ingredients (a $10 donation is suggested).
Please join us this coming Sunday July 22 from noon to 3pm. Our guest chef will be Raquel Osorio, a native of Brazil, who has a passion for cooking healthy and delicious food for the community. She uses mostly LOCAL and ORGANIC ingredients for all her dishes. Raquel has cooked for many celebrities including: Amy Irving, Steven Speilberg, Harrison Ford, Annie Liebowitz, Susan Sontag and Ben Kingsley to name a few! She has also worked and been chef at many NYC restaurants and catering companies throughout the years. She now lives in Red Hook and hopes to begin a new catering company in our area. Come sample her delicious soups: Gypsy soup (vegan and gluten-free) she suggests adding our roast chicken if you prefer and a Corn and Potato Chowder soup (using our raw cow milk) in which she suggests adding our pork sausage! Raquel will be offering Coconut Fried Sandwiches with chipotle mayo (again you may add our chicken) and Veggie Burgers for the vegetarians in our midst! She will also have Savory Muffins made with our ground beef. All items (except the soups) will be made to order – so come visit us at the farm from Noon to 3pm this coming Sunday July 22. The soups will be available in containers to take home and enjoy over the course of the week! But they’re so good you may finish it in one sitting – I know I did!
Things have been very busy at the farm! We have been holding our Market Days every week, with a great response. Thanks to everyone who has been coming out to check out the farm and sample some of our awesome food! The Market Days will continue every week throughout the summer. If you haven’t come out to see us, please join us next Sunday!
We recently welcomed 10 piglets to the farm and they can be seen near the horse barn now. They’re adorable! Take a look on your next visit.
Sepascot Home Farm is now selling hay: the hay is $4.00 a bale, it is the first cut and is very clean. It is a mixture of timothy/brome with clover. It can be picked up at the farm. Please email Susan Fitzgerald at email@example.com to inquire.
Sepascot Home Farm is looking for volunteers! We are seeking able bodied volunteers immediately. Various duties include but are not limited to: watering and weeding the garden, mucking stalls and chicken coops and painting. Hours are flexible. Please contact Susan Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or inquiries.
If you haven’t yet, “like” us on Facebook or join our email list to stay up to date on our menus and activities planned for each Market Day.
We are having another market day this Sunday that we’re very excited about! The event will take place from 12-3pm and it will include samples, tours of the farm, and hay rides. We’re even offering a to go chicken dinner while supplies last! As always, the market will be open. Please check out the event on Facebook for more details. “Like” us if you haven’t yet to stay updated and check out more pictures from the farm!
Things are going great at the farm and there are some changes happening! We have some new items in the stand that we’re really excited about. We are now selling our own butter in addition to the yogurt and farm cheese we continue to stock. You can now find fresh herbs in the stand as well! We’re selling parsley, thyme, rosemary and lovage, which are all perfectly paired for our meats: great in marinades, sauces and as a garnish. We’ll be offering some homemade goodies as well: look for pies (apple, strawberry & rhubarb), jams, and sauces over the next couple of weeks.
In addition to these new things, we are trying to offer more items based on our customer’s preferences. If there is anything you would like to see more of or especially liked, please drop a comment! Comments and suggestions are always welcome.
If you haven’t had a chance to come by and see the new hoop house, the growing gardens, or our adorable baby lambs come on by! Please remember there is no market day this weekend in honor of Father’s Day. We’ll be resuming the following Sunday, June 24, with some chicken dinners!
Another Market Day/Open House here at the farm tomorrow (Sunday June 3) from noon to 3pm. Please join us for samples of ice cream, butter, cheese and yogurt made from our own raw milk. Check out our new hoop house full of great veggies and feed the dairy calves and cows some bread to reward them for a job well done! Hope to see you here
With Spring come warmer temps and greater production all around!
We have more eggs daily and more raw milk daily.
Stop by our farm stand open daily from 7am to 7pm – located at 781 Rte 308, Rhinebeck!
We also have 100% grass fed beef and pastured pork in the freezer.
Our meat is super lean so make sure you don’t overcook it. We will
be posting helpful cooking directions soon.
Don’t forget to pick up some of our own Maple Syrup made this month
and come on Friday or Saturday to find fresh chickens in the frig.
Email us with any questions: email@example.com
This was sent to me via some Culinary friends regarding flavoring our pot cheese or keeping it plain….
“You might be limiting yourself if you make the cheese flavored, i.e. adding basil when some don’t like basil. It might be nice to suggest some savory things like garlic, rosemary, basil and olive oil to the customers so that they can easily adjust the flavor! When we used it, we crumbled it with some olive oil, salt and granulated garlic and it was great.“