Middle Branch Farm

Middle Branch Farm is a sustainable family farm producing a wide variety of farm goods under organic management practices. Our vegetable production, hayfields and pastures are USDA certified organic by the State of NH.

We also raise natural (not certified organic) grass fed beef, lamb, pastured pork and poultry and produce maple syrup.

Listing last updated on Mar 14, 2014

2014 CSA Season (all CSA start dates are estimates, we have still not mastered control of the weather!) Spring Share 4 wks of early greens,radishes,kohlrabi, broc raab, spinach, lettuce, mesclun and more $150 for farm pick up. Satellite North End Manch. $165 16 week Summer Share (Farm pick up $550 Satellite Site Pick up $575) 16 week Summer 1/2 share ( Farm Pick up $365 Satellite Pick up $385)

Season:  May through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2003

# of Shares:  500

Full Share:  16 Week summer share $550 (satellite pick up sites $575)

1/2 Share:  16 week Half Share Farm pick up $365, Half Share Satellite pick up $380

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

New Boston, NH Farmers Market
On the town common
Saturdays 9am-1pm
The only market we do

We sell direct to restaurants,local stores and coops as well as through regional wholesale markets

Latest Reviews

Middle Branch Farm gets Who, What, When, Where, Why and How, and that's why I plan on coming back to their CSA from now on.

Who) Roger and his family take the time to get to know who the families are that support the CSA and make you feel like a friend being welcomed into their home.... [more]

Started with Middlebranch four years ago. Then tried two others that were nearer to my home. One was a disaster, one was good and I stayed for two years; but now, I'm back at Middlebranch. Roger and family are truly THE BEST!

I am in my second year of the CSA and I can say they are AWESOME. I am looking forward to their other season CSA's from them other then summer now

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From Our Blog

Signs of Spring


Spring is slowly starting to make some headway.

Our maple trees are tapped and perhaps as soon as this weekend we'll be ready to "sweeten the pans"  and start producing the first crop of the season.... [more]

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