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Devon-Angus Cattle

Antibiotic & Artificial Hormone Free

Beef Packages & Products



Tamworth-Berkshire Pigs
Antibiotic & Artificial Hormone Free
Pork Packages



Certified Organic Chickens and Turkeys

Non-Organic Chicken & Eggs

Poultry Processing Services


Wholesale & Farmer’s Markets
Maple Syrup
On-Farm Winter Yurt Rentals


Maple Wind Farm, owned by Bruce Hennessey and Beth Whiting, is a diversified pasture-based livestock, organic vegetable, and maple products farm located on two conserved properties in Huntington and Richmond, VT. Using environmentally sustainable practices and alternative energy inputs we produce pasture-based beef, pork, and poultry for direct and wholesale markets in Vermont and greater New England.


City Market and the Intervale Center have teamed up to create a new exploratory series called The Dish. With support from ArtsRiot, we’ll host quarterly panel discussions to dive into hotfood issues with the help of local experts.


The Dish I: Local Meat


Wednesday, March 19, 2014
5:30pm – 7:00pm

ArtsRiot, 400 Pine St

Meet the Panel


Why choose local meat? What’s the meaning of terms like “grass-fed,” “Vermont-raised,” “organic” and “pastured”? What does it take to get from farm to table? We’ll explore this and more at our series kick-off.


Doors open at 5:00pm with cash bar and snacks by Guild Fine Meats and City Market.


FREE! $5 suggested donation to benefit the Intervale Center accepted online or at the door.


rsvp  donate to intervale center


Moderated by Joe Speidel, University of Vermont

We thank the good folks at Full Moon Farm and the Hinesburgh Public House for the amazing night on January 28th. We raised almost $10,000 for our new barn fund. All the guests get a huge huge from us too!

Next event scheduled at the Farmhouse Tap and Grill in Burlington, Sunday Feb. 9th in conjunction with the folks at the Intervale Center. Come enjoy some great food with us! More info to follow.

Clean up efforts at the site will begin this week. Watch for excavators!

After the Barn Fire Fundraiser Dinner with Live Music– Tues, Jan 28 at Hinesburgh Public House

hh-header for FBTo help with the Monday, Jan 13 loss of our 12,000 sq. ft. Andrews Barn in Richmond, storage crops and poultry processing equipment, our friends at Full Moon Farm and Hinesburgh Public House are generously hosting a 3-course benefit dinner from 5-9 PM, with live music throughout the evening. Minimum donation is $25 with additional donations welcome. For reservations call the Hinesburgh Public House at 802-482-5500, walk-ins are also welcome.  See the Burlington Free Press article for additional details.  We look forward to hopefully seeing you there!