Wake Robin Farm

Robert, Marsha & Abigail Wiggin

52 Union Road
Stratham, NH  03885
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phone: (603) 772-5740
email: abigailwiggin81 @ gmail.com
website: https://wakerobinfarm.wordpress.com
    

Wake Robin Farm is a family owned and operated farm located in Stratham NH. Our family has been farming here for almost three hundred years and is currently managed by the fourteenth generation. The farm was recently placed in a conservation easement to prevent any possible future development. We have a very strong commitment to maintaining an active, viable, and sustainable farm for generations to come. While we are not certified organic, we do employ environmentally sound farming practices. Every possible measure is taken to ensure the health of our soil. We use local composted manure, local leaf mulch, and our own compost to increase the fertility of our soil. We also practice integrated pest management, crop rotation, and companion planting to reduce pest populations. Any of the sprays that we use are listed with OMRI, and are certified for use in organic agriculture. In short, we make sure that our soil is healthy, and in return so is our produce! In addition to our farm stand and CSA, we also offer a Weekend Veggie Bag program, please contact us for more details!


How to Buy Our Local Food Products
Online Store: Buy our products on our website. We also offer delivery
CSA Shares
  Summer CSA, mixed product, Winter CSA, mixed product
Farmstand
  Farm stand open year round, 7-6

Vegetables

A wide variety of vegetables including asparagus, arugula, beans, beets, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cucumber, popcorn, celery, cabbage, eggplant, fennel, garlic, kale, lettuce, leeks, mustard greens, onions, sweet & hot peppers, tomatoes, ginger, sweet co

Eggs

chicken eggs

Fruit

Cantaloupes, strawberries, watermelon, pears, raspberries, black raspberries, currants, gooseberries, arctic kiwi

Meat

Pork

Other

Fresh cut flowers, vegetable & flower transplants, hanging baskets, fresh & dried herbs, gourd birdhouses, cornmeal, popcorn