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The Women’s Agriculture Network

Farmer Kate & Birch Rise Farm were chosen as a local VT/NH farm to be featured in the Women’s Agriculture Network. This included a blog post (see link below for article) and a film crew coming to document the farm on Friday, Sept 20th….

First-Ever Farm Store Pop Up Shop!

First-Ever Farm Store Pop Up Shop….THIS FRIDAY!! Come visit the amazing Farmer Kate 👩🏻‍🌾 Friday Sept 13th 5pm – 7pm Sunflower Natural Foods 390 S Main St #1, Laconia, NH 03246

Navajo Churro Sheep

The Navajo Churro Sheep The History: – descended from the Churra an ancient breed brought over from the Spanish Explorers to the ” New Spain” – 17th Century Native Indians acquired flocks of Churro for food and fiber – 1850’s thousands of Churro were…

Road Trip to Vermont

Sunday morning farmer Ken, Kate, Dave, and Hunter made the two-hour drive to South Royalton Vermont to pick up our breeding flock of Navajo Churro Sheep. Upon arriving at Orion Rising Farm the crew started to load up the 4 ewes. The loading of…

Reserve Your Holiday Turkey Today!

Reserve Your Holiday Turkey TODAY! Gobble, gobble! It’s time to reserve your holiday turkey for Thanksgiving & Christmas!   $4 a pound 2018 season pounds ranged from 12 to 42lbs! $10 deposit required    

Labor Day Grill Deals!!

Labor Day Grill Deals!! Farm Store is open 9-5pm Tues, Wed, Thursday and Friday this week… pick up pasture-raised chicken roaster, breasts, legs or wings for your weekend BBQ!! Roasters $4 a pound avg. 3-4lbs Breasts & Legs $6 a pound avg. 1-2lbs

Hunter’s First Fair

Hunter showed 5 of his chickens at the Belknap County Fair today….he received 4 out of 5 blue ribbons for his birds, the best in showmanship trophy, a blue ribbon for his poster and runner up on herdsmanship! Overall a very good first 4H…

Greenhouse Project

In the summer of 2018, Farmer Ken & I spent a date night (yes, all of our dates seem to be farm related) driving over an hour to North Conway with the goal of checking out a greenhouse Ken had seen listed on Craigslist….

The Biggest Little Farm

Yesterday, Ken & I took Hunter to see the documentary “The Biggest Little Farm” …..it was a great movie and felt very much like our daily lives. Farming is ever changing ….observing how things are working or not working and modifying them until they…