Attention! Please note that Haskins Family Farm no longer raises chicken, pork, turkeys or eggs for market.

We are a small diversified family farm transitioning from free range chicken and turkey, free range eggs, and pastured pork meat production to meat goat production. Our motto is "Growing for the community, growing for the future". We strive to treat our animals humanely and with the respect they deserve. While not certified organic, we use organic and sustainable methods in our production. Our goal is to enrich the land in order to preserve it for future generations. We feel strongly that the local food connection benefits everyone and we enjoy creating and growing those relationships.

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Listing last updated on Dec 29, 2013

We are a small family owned and operated farm located 1.5 hours west of Washington DC near the intersection of I-66 and I-81.

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Wow! Great web page. I am in the process of setting up a small family farm here in Texas. Looking at web pages to get some ideas for our own page. I saw a post of yours on homesteadhogs and thought you had good insight into things.... [more]

Where to get a chicken carcass for chicken broth, the base for so many recipes, soups, of course, but other dishes as well ? Not being a big meat eater, I was delighted to find that the Haskins Family Farm stand at Fresh Farm Market sells them. Louise B. Foggy Bottom resident

In addition to the fresh eggs and jerked turkey, you get friendly, helpful advice from the Haskins. For example, I wanted eggs but worried about cholesterol: " how about extra-small eggs?" I wanted to enrich my wysteria organically: "just be careful with the hen manure: it is so high in nitrogen that it can burn plants." Louise B, Foggy Bottom resident

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Winter watering of chickens


Every winter, any egg producer in a cold climate must deal with frozen waterers if they over winter their egg layer flock like we do. Each year, I try to improve on my cold weather watering methods to make my life easier and things healthier for the birds.... [more]

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