On a wooded dirt road a few miles from Lake Champlain in Shoreham, Vermont, you’ll find an old brick farm house built by Captain Doolittle in 1766. This homestead and its surrounding barns, now called Doolittle Farm, has been our home for the last 12 years.
Our initial intention was to grow quality food for just our family, but as the children grew so did our interest and the farm soon became a way of life. As the barn’s population increased we began selling eggs, yarn and lamb to our neighbors and then ventured out to the Middlebury Farmers’ Market. We have been a regular vendor at this market for over 11 years. Bay still looks forward to market mornings; a chance to sell our goods and chat with our dedicated customers.
Our animals are pastured, raised naturally and our poultry is certified organic through Vermont Organic Farmers. Many of our layers and meat birds are bred on the farm, hatched on the farm and processed on our farm. We source grain out from our neighbor and what we can’t source from Vermont we find in New York. So, the grain that our animals receive is grown and milled locally.
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Hammond FamilyDoolittle Farm 1078 Doolittle Road Shoreham, VT 05770 802-897-2121 email@example.com