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 30 Holsteins and Brown Swiss Cows. It is the only working dairy farm in the Keene, NH and is open to the public year-round. The public is invited to watch our daily milkings at 4:30 AM and 4:30 PM. Stonewall Farm has won awards for the high quality of its milk. We also provide Joe Sawyer of Sawyer’s Artisanal Cheese with the milk he uses to make his cheese products. We do make cheese and yogurt that is for sale in our farm store and at the Monadnock Food Co-op. Starting in August 2017, we will be selling raw milk at the farm again!
The Farm Store
Check out our Farm Store located on the first floor of the Learning Center. We carry our own produce, yogurt, ice cream, 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.
All proceeds support our non-profit mission of engaging the community in healthy living through farming and agriculture while providing a special place for all to gather. Your purchases at our farm store help sustain the farm keeping our grounds open and free to the public.
Learn About Our Products & Farming Practices
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 production. 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 drawdown and improving waterways.
Our practices include converting to no-till vegetable farming, rotational grazing practices and bio-conservation controls to create habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects. Stonewall Farm is an organic dairy farm. As part of the requirements of organic dairy farming, cows must be allowed to graze pasture for a certain percentage of the year. We are in the process of obtaining our organic certification for our crops as well.
In the spring of 2016 we started implementing a variety of new conservation practices that will create habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects. Practices include cover crop cocktails, insectary strips, beetle banks, hedgerow plantings, permanent conservation plantings, and no-till practices. We do not use any chemicals or pesticides in our crop production. These practices, will improve the health of our soil increasing our yields and producing more nutritious food while alleviating weed pressure. Watch for changes to our landscape and classes for adults and school children over the next couple of years as we implement these practices.
Registration is now open for our flexible CSA! Register by 3:00 PM every Wednesday for pick-up starting at noon on Fridays, June 30th. You can register on a weekly basis as often or as little as you like!
Each share costs $20 and you receive a variety of fresh produce and herbs.There are a limited number of shares available each week and they will be sold on a first come, first serve basis so register early each week. You can register by clicking on the link below or visiting our website. If you want to avoid the on-line processing fee, you can call and we can accept payment over the phone or you can pay in advance by check.
We grow using sustainable practices including incorporating pollinator habitat into our fields. Thank you for supporting our important work!
Currently available in our store is our very own cheddar cheese. In a collaboration with Grafton Village Cheese, we are able to age our herd’s raw milk into a cheddar cheese suitable for your table! Gouda cheese made with our raw milk by Sawyer’s Artisanal Cheese and is also available in the farm store! We also carry cheese curds as well.
Visit our Farm Store to purchase items from our farm as well as other local farm and food producers. Ice cream is sold by the scoop or in pints and half gallons. We carry our own beef, pork (seasonally) yogurt, cheese, produce, herbs, flowers, and honey (seasonally).
OTHER LOCAL PRODUCTS INCLUDE: Bee Tree Farms honey sticks, Halladay Spice Mixes, Littleton Mills pancake and bread mixes, OWL Pellet Energy Bars, Woodard Sugar House Maple Candy products, Archway Farm sausage, Saxy Chef Jams, pickles and baked goods, Ruth’s Mustard, Maple Nut Kitchen Granola, Holland Homestead Farms Goat milk soaps and lotions, Lollipops and Taffy from Palmer Lane Maple, t-shirts, cheese making kits, artisan gifts and a variety of other products to make your visit to Stonewall Farm even better!
Become a Member
Receive reduced rates on camps, educational programs, farm store purchases. Most importantly, your membership contributes to the sustainability of Stonewall Farm keeping the grounds open and accessible to the public year round. From biking and hiking on our trails, to playing in the nature playground or exploring our dairy barn and gardens, Stonewall Farm has something for everyone.
Fresh Vegetables, Herbs and Flowers
Visit Stonewall Farm to see what is growing and in season from our greenhouse and gardens. Produce is available for purchase most of the year in our farm store.
New This Year
Stonewall Farm offers a pick your own garden, including items such as string beans, peas and tomatoes. When you purchase from Stonewall Farm, you are supporting our educational mission and helping to sustain the Farm!
Add Some Variety to Your Basket
Pick your own gardens at Stonewall Farm!