Stonewall Farm has been a working dairy farm for over 125 years. Our dairy operation is certified organic. The herd is a mix of about 45 Holsteins and Brown Swiss Cows. It is the only working dairy farm in the Keene, NH and is open to the public year-round from dawn to dusk.
The public is invited to watch our daily milkings at 5:30 AM and 5:00 PM. Stonewall Farm has won awards for the high quality of its milk.
We are a proud Stonyfield Organics milk supplier. Soon we will be offering raw bottled milk for sale from our farm store along with our beef and cheese.
To help us achieve our vision of healthy land, healthy people and healthy communities, Stonewall Farm uses regenerative agriculture practices in both our dairy and crop enterprises.
Regenerative agriculture describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil or organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon draw down and improving waterways.
These practices will improve the health of our soil increasing our yields and producing more nutritious food while alleviating weed and pest pressure. Watch for changes to our landscape and classes for adults and school children over the next couple of years as we continue to our work.
NEW! We will be accepting SNAP benefits this year!
Register for Our Summer CSA
Purchase certified organic produce directly from our farm. Each box will include a variety of vegetables grown using regenerative practices that improve the health of the soil and produce quality, nutrient dense food. All proceeds support our educational mission. CSA Shares starts June 15th and ends October 26th. Pick-up shares every Friday after 3:00 pm at Stonewall Farm.
Full Summer Share
- $400 for 20 weeks
- Pick-up every Friday after 3:00 PM at Stonewall Farm
- Option to purchase two wooden crates for $16
Flexible CSA – Registration opens June 1st
- $25 week
- Must order by 9:00 on Monday for pick-up on Friday after 3:00 PM
- Purchase a share to donate to the Keene Community Kitchen!
Call today to (603) 357-7278 to register.
Check out our Farm Store located on the first floor of the Learning Center. We carry our own produce, maple syrup, cheese, eggs, ground beef, and products from local farmers and food producers such as pork, honey, condiments and more. You’ll also find a selection of books, stuffed animals, and local artisan products.
Your purchases at our farm store help support our non-profit mission and keeps the 120 acres of farmland and forests open and free to the public to enjoy.
Compost for Sale
Stonewall Farm sells compost made with manure from our organic dairy farm. We regret we are unable to offer deliveries. Compost Options
- 40 lb bags at the farm store for $7.50 a bag.
- Yard of compost loaded is $50
- Half Yard of Compost $25
Compost purchased by the yard is loaded where our compost piles are located on the farm access road leading to the greenhouse. Please drive slowly as this road is mostly used by pedestrians, including families with small children. Compost must be paid for in the farm store located in the Learning Center where you will receive a loading receipt to bring to our staff for loading. No compost will be loaded without prior purchase and loading receipt.
Manure is available for purchase. Please call the office for details at 357-7278.
Stonewall Farm sells USDA certified organic vegetables, herbs, and fruits available for sale in our farm store or CSA options.
2018 Anticipated Produce and Availability
June: Strawberries, snap peas, scallions, kale, swiss chard, carrots, lettuce, and assorted herbs.
July: Kale, swiss chard, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, cabbage, ground cherries, tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, zucchini, lettuce and assorted herbs.
August: Sweet corn, eggplant, peppers, okra, tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, zucchini, kale, swiss chard, carrots,beets, string beans and ground cherries.
September: Sweet corn, eggplant, peppers, ground cherries, cucumbers, summer squash, okra, tomatoes, zucchini, kale, swiss chard, carrots, onions, beets, lettuce, scallions, and assorted herbs.
Octobers: Winter squash, onions, carrots, beets, leeks, parsnips, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, brussel sprouts, scallions, celery, carrots, cabbage, kale, swiss chard, gillfeather turnip, and assorted herbs.
November – March: Spinach, baby leaf mesclun and storage vegetables as quantities last; carrots, beets, parsnips, turnips, and dried assorted herbs.