What We Grow
Certified Organic Produce
Hop N Hen Farm is a certified organic for fruits and vegetables. We grow a wide variety of vegetables: from asparagus to zucchini. We grow the classics like tomatoes, onions, and butternut squash, and new favorites like zesty microgreens and Carolina Reaper (r) hot peppers. 2023 is our fourth year growing vegetables in our High Tunnel, a semi-controlled environment that allows us to start growing earlier in the spring and harvest later into the fall.
Some of the fruits grown at our farm include rhubarb, raspberries, peaches, and pears.
Our flock of Buff Orpington, Rhode Island Red, and Barred Rock hens provide us with delicious eggs. As soon as the weather permits they leave the winter coop and move out to the field and into their chick-shaw. Electric poultry netting is used to keep predators away.
From April to October we raise over 700 Cornish-Cross broiler chickens. From one day old to about three weeks old they are kept warm and safe in our brooding coop. When the chicks have grown their true feathers, they are moved out onto organic pasture, where they peck and scratch. We keep our broilers in large well-ventilated, covered pens, providing them with plenty of clean air and sunshine, while protecting against foxes, coyotes, and other predators, as well as the weather.. If interested, go to the “How to Order Poultry” page.
Broad-breasted white turkeys are raised from day old chicks till Thanksgiving. Turkeys are kept in turkey size mobile tractors, that move daily about the field to new grass and new views. We really enjoy their curious nature and their whistling, cooing, and gobbling!
We processes all our broiler chickens and turkeys on the farm.
Affiliations and Certifications
We are members of the Northeast Organic Farming Association, New Hampshire NOFA-NH and of the Small and Beginner Farmers of New Hampshire. We are certified organic by Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association MOFGA for vegetables, fruits, eggs, and poultry. We are also certified with the Real Organic Project.