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Farm Fresh Eggs
We have a mixed flock of laying chickens that include Americaunas, Speckled Sussex, Black Australorp, Rhode Island Reds, Buff Orpingtons, Golden Brabanters and Barnvelders. Our chickens are a little less free range than in past years, thanks to a hungry local fox! They still range outside everyday, and they are locked up at night for […]
Custom-made, 100% wool blankets
Cozy blankets from MacAusland’s Woolen Mill in Prince Edward Island.
Quality handspinner fleeces
Border Leicester sheep are selected for the quality of their fleece. Both white and naturally colored fleeces are available. Raw fleeces may be purchased by the pound for handspinning. Custom processing into yarn is also available by request.
Grass-fed, locally grown lamb
The lamb grown on our farm is grass finished on high-quality pasture. This produces a very lean, healthy lamb with a very mild flavor. We guarantee our meat to be hormone and antibiotic free. Lambs may be purchased by the cut or ordered as whole or half-lambs that will be cut to your specifications. Be sure to check out some of our delicious recipes and cooking tips.
Our farm-raised pork is pasture raised and fed grain, local vegetables and bakery products when available. We have found it to be just as amazingly delicious and different from store-bought meat as is our lamb. Pricing Loin chops – $8.50/lb Butt chops -$7.50/lb Rolled loin roast – $10.25/lb Ham steak – $7.50/lb Shoulder steak – […]
Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats
Full grown, these little guys only come up to your knees. What they lack in size, they certainly make up for in personality!
Petting zoo and farm parties
Little Brook can provide a fun petting zoo of llamas, sheep, goats, donkeys, and ducks for farm parties, birthdays and special occasions. Contact us for details and pricing.
Border Collie herding demonstrations
Border Collies were originally bred in the borders of England, Scotland, and Wales, and were developed to work sheep. They are versatile enough to work many other types of livestock as well. They are unique from any other herding breed because they have been bred solely for the purpose of herding livestock. Sadly, the border collie was recognized in the last decade by the AKC for the show ring. Working border collies will not be AKC registered and remain registered with working registries such as ABCA or the ISDS. These amazing dogs are invaluable on the farm, but are not good as pets. They are driven workaholics that need to be challenged both physically and mentally. Border Collie herding demonstrations are available for fairs and other events by special arrangement.