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About us

Strawberry Hill Farm is a certified organic family farm in the Saint John River Valley about 7 km outside Woodstock. We grow over 50 types of vegetables and berries plus livestock on pasture. We believe that the fewer the chemicals used to grow our food the better, from the point of view of our families' health, the health of our workers, the environment, and for the sake of our many customers who enjoy the vegetables, berries, and other farm products.

In a world where farms are growing ever larger with fewer crops, our objective is to have a farm that is diversified where all parts of the farm work together in a productive and profitable way to support the whole. The farm provides income for our family while also providing local employment and good organic food at reasonable prices.

Our main focus is on growing vegetables, fruits, and berries for our weekly vegetable boxes during the summer, fall, and winter. Our cows utilize portions of the farm that are not suited to growing vegetables. Broiler chickens, hens, and pigs raised outdoors are also a key part of our nutrient cycling program and crop rotation helping to create an organic farm system where the many parts work together to produce high quality, nutritious food in a sustainable fashion.

Farm Happenings for December 4, 2019

Posted on November 29th 2019 by Tim Livingstone

It is that time of year when we still have lots of great produce in storage plus we have salad greens, kale, and lettuce in our unheated tunnels.  We cover the salad and lettuce on these cold nights with covers to help the ground heat keep them from freezing too much.  The wood boiler is working to keep our mid-winter greens growing in the... read more »

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