where to find us this fall and winter

We’re growing more food for the late fall and early winter months than we ever have before!  Here’s the rundown on our late season schedule:
Our Farm Store is open through Friday October 31st. 
We are still harvesting loads of vegetables — carrots, beets, turnips, potatoes, kale, salad greens, cabbage, radishes, and more. Come by and stock up!
Kale is one of our favorite foods, and most important crops on the farm. We just started harvesting from this late planting of Red Russian and Beedy’s Camden Kale.  So sweet!

We’ll be at the Exeter Farmers’ Market for 2 more weeks. The last day is Thursday October 30th.  We are there rain or shine, 2:15 – 6:00pm on Swasey Parkway.

Radishes grow well in cool fall weather. We just harvested these beauties for the Farm Store!

Thanksgiving Share Pick-Up is happening at our Farm Store on Friday November 14th and Saturday November 15th.  If you haven’t signed up for a share yet, you can do that here.

Our 2014 potato crop was our best ever!

Seacoast Eat Local’s Winter Farmers’ Market begins Saturday November 22!  Stout Oak Farm will be at the first 3 winter markets. For the full schedule, click here.

We’re growing spinach and lettuce for the Winter Farmers’ Markets in our newest hoophouse.

We’ll have eggs for sale at the farm throughout the winter!  We’ll update the website with more details as winter gets closer.