Serendipity Farm was established in 2016 when Dan and Jess moved to Campton from Plymouth, NH. We have a vision for edible landscapes, improved soil and pastures, healthy, happy animals, and creating a place for our family, friends and neighbors to come together. The land was previously used as horse pastures, and we are using it for rotating our laying hens, chickens, turkeys, and ducks, while expanding a diversified orchard and vegetable growing spaces. While not certified organic, we strive to use the best practices for promoting healthy soil, nutritious food, and a thriving environment. We do not use chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides on our property. We source organic and non-gmo seeds, soil and nutrients whenever possible. We currently produce organically fed chicken and duck eggs, microgreens, and an assortment of seasonal produce. We will offer additional products such as organically fed, pasture raised chickens and turkeys from time to time. It is our goal to provide you with fresh, nutrient dense food that nourishes you and your family, while bringing us together as a community. We look forward to growing with you!

 

 

Solar on the farm

We went live with an 8.4kW solar array in the summer of 2017. We are offsetting 100% of the energy use on the farm!