What We Offer

Whole Free-Range Ducks

We are offering whole free-range ducks. Ducks come shrink-wrapped and frozen. $3/pound, most are 3.5-6 pounds.

Fresh Produce

Vegetables & herbs grown naturally, without chemicals.  Will be picked to order – can’t beat the freshness!  List updated regularly to reflect what’s available now.

  • Celery – $2.00/bunch
  • Butternut Squash – $3.00/piece


Natural, local, free-range eggs.  Our chickens and ducks spend most of their day foraging.  They also eat an all-natural feed with added probiotics.

  • Multi-Colored Chicken Eggs – $5/dozen
  • Pekin Duck Eggs (XL) – $4.50/half dozen
  • Cayuga/Khaki Campbell Duck Eggs (M) – $6/dozen

Jellies, Jams & Butters

All made in small batches here in my kitchen.

8 oz. jars – $7.00

4 oz. jars – $4.00

  • Spiced Pear Butter
  • Lavender Pear Jam
  • Strawberry Pear Jam
  • Hot Pepper Jelly
  • Tomato Jam
  • Ground Cherry Jam
  • Red Currant Jam

Foraged Jellies

All made in small batches in my kitchen from flowers or fruit foraged here on the farm.

4 oz. jars – $5.00

  • Violet Jelly
  • Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly
  • Dandelion Jelly
  • Lilac Jelly
  • Forsythia Jelly
  • Honeysuckle Jelly
  • Staghorn Sumac Jelly
  • Goldenrod Jelly
  • Wild Grape Jelly
  • Mint Jelly
  • Lavender Jelly

Kombucha SCOBY

Want to try making your own kombucha at home? You’ll need a SCOBY and some starter tea to get your first batch brewing.

SCOBY and 2 cups starter tea – $5.00


Fresh Baked Bread

All baked in my kitchen using no-knead techniques and a ceramic baker.

Long loaves – $5.00

Round loaves – $5.00

  • Country White Bread
  • Country White Bread with Herbs
  • Multigrain
  • Honey Whole Wheat Bread
  • Caraway Rye Bread

Herbal Bath and Beauty Products

Made from all natural ingredients, in small batches, here in my kitchen. Whenever possible, made from herbs and flowers grown right here on the farm!

  • Beet Root Blush and Balm

Use this balm on your lips or your cheeks to give yourself a beautiful glow!  Beet and Alkanet root give it a deep red color.  Almond oil moisturizes deeply. Half-ounce tin – $5.00

  • Jewelweed Salve

Use this salve to take away the poison ivy itch!  Jewelweed grows alongside poison ivy and counteracts its oils, which cause the itchy rash.  This salve has nourishing Vitamin-E and Tea Tree essential oil to help sooth irritated skin. 2-ounce tin – $8.00

  • Five Flower Satchet

Each muslin bag contains dried roses, lavender, calendula, chamomile and red clover.  Stash it in the bottom of one of your drawers for lovely smelling clothes.  Bag can also be used as “bath tea” by letting it float in your bath water, infusing it with a calming scent.  The herbal qualities of these flowers may help soothe inflammation, ease congestion, calm nerves, and lift spirits. 1 bag – $5.00 

  • Refreshing Peppermint Rose Spray

Use this spray on your face on a hot summer day; both witch hazel and rose water are antiseptic, refreshing and toning your skin.  2-oz. glass spray bottle – $8.00


Made from all natural ingredients, either foraged or grown on the farm.

  • Mullein Tea with Mint

Mullein is a wild plant which has long been used by herbalists to soothe respiratory distress.  It calms irritated membranes in the throat, while also acting as a natural expectorant to loosen phlegm.  Mint adds flavor.  5 pre-filled tea bags in a metal tin – $8.00

  • Chamomile Tea

My great grandmother brewed chamomile tea and used it as a soak for any kind of inflammation.  The National Institute of Health says, “Chamomile preparations are commonly used for many human ailments such as hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain, and hemorrhoids.”  All households should have some on hand!  5 pre-filled tea bags in a metal tin – $8.00