Farm stand is open 8-5:30/365.
Eggs, meat and goat cheese are always in stock and veggies come and go with the seasons.
For now, our stand is still open on a self-service basis, 8-5:30, with the following thoughts:
-only one person in the stand at a time.
-please use the hand sanitizer and wipes on surfaces you touch or intend to touch.
-Please be mindful of other customers and filling your bag. We have currently limited eggs purchases to 2 dozen.
-We will be monitoring the stand and sanitizing all surfaces multiple times throughout the day
Meadowstone Farm is a small, diverse farm located in Northern New Hampshire with a long history. Originally homesteaded by the Cole family in the mid-1800’s, it remained in their family as a cow dairy until the early 1950’s. John Cole was well known throughout the area for his horse teams and the work he did with them. Ray Little bought the farm in 1956 and ran it as a dairy until the late 70’s.
Lyle and Rachel Whitcomb in 1982, who, while running a hardware store, a roofing business and raising four children managed to grow vegetables and keep the farm in working order. They also did PYO peas, eggs, pansies and a few cattle over the years. We purchased the farm in 2003 and have continued the tradition of organized chaos and the love of farming.
We offer a variety of fruits and vegetables, pork, eggs, chicken, goat cheese, and seedlings. Although we were Certified Organic for a number of years, we dropped it in 2008, checkout our Beyond Organic link for more information. Meadowstone Farm is also home to the Woodland Community School, a private day school for ages 5-14. We love visitors, so stop by anytime to check the farm out. School groups and other organizations please contact us for scheduling.