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HAN-01 Hancock 4
Founded in 1974, 500 acres located down a dirt road 6 miles from the Blue Hill village. We are a diversified multi-generation family farm. Horse powered for tillage and woods work, by 4 Suffolk Punch work horses. 20 acres in tillage, with three hoop houses. We raise sheep, pigs, and chickens. MOFGA certified organic vegetables sold at the local farmers’ market, restaurants, local coop and our farm store. We produce our own hay and do some grain. We cut wood, do sled and wagon rides and have a composting program.
HAN-06 Hancock 2-3
150 acre family-run, saltwater organic farm in downeast Maine. 2 acres intensively managed market gardens, hayfields, pastured land, and woodlot. Self-sufficient and growing for market. farmstore, farmers' market, CSA, restaurant accounts, and a mail order wreath & preserve business in fall. 3 horses, 2-3 cattle, 60+ egg layers, 150 meat chickens, 35 turkeys, 2 pigs, 9 sheep plus lambs, 8 ducks. Market garden, flowers, small fruits, herbs, dye plants. Horse and human power. Off grid solar power on property. Liberal views and music lovers.
HAN-35 Hancock 1
An Acting Teacher and a Costume Designer turned sustenance farmers, have a one acre farm in coastal, Blue Hill, Maine. Using organic methods growing for Farmers Markets, Co-ops, Health food stores, restaurants, and ever-growing cadre of loyal customers. Producing lacto-fermented sauerkraut, pickles, hot sauce, kimchi as well as garlic scape pesto, fruits and berries, eggs, jams and jellies and a vast variety of fresh produce. We also make and sell organic beeswax wraps, an alternative to plastic wrap and plastic bags.