Bardo Farm

Freedom Never Tasted So Good

Bardo Farm is an off-the-grid unintentional community focusing on sustainability using a balance of our agricultural avenues: livestock, gardening, maple-sugaring, and forestry.

Time to order!

Sep 05

Order your…

Thanksgiving turkeys. Our turkeys are free-range, and they’re some of the most entertaining animals on the farm. They follow you around, gobble (in unison) when you laugh, and have some pretty interesting expressions. Order them now, pick them up the day before turkey day.

Meat chickens. Our Cornish X chickens are free range, which means they get to choose what they eat, and when they eat it. You can taste it in the meat.

Pigs and USDA pork cuts. Yes, that means bacon, along with other delicious cuts. Or half or whole pigs — your choice. Our pigs are woodland/pasture-raised. Our pens are placed on rough natural terrain. We feed the pigs grain, grocery store waste food, spent grain from a local brewery, and whatever else they can find on the ground such as bugs and plants. Hormone and antibiotic-free.

Also: maple syrup, rabbits, duck, beer bratwurst, emu oil, eggs…

Order now!  We are barter- and BitCoin-friendly!

 

 

Bardo Farm Festival — one more week!

May 18

bardo fest flyerA 4-day long outdoor farm and music festival.

When: May 24-27, 2013
Where: 92 Forehand Road, Croydon, NH 03773
Cost: $25 for the full festival, including camping; $10 per day

Our famous Bardo pig roast is included with admission!

Kids under 12 FREE!
Croydon residents FREE!

Consider being a Bardo Farm Fest Benefactor

For more information and to register, click here.

Baby Animals!!!

Apr 16

It’s that time of year, and Bardo Farm is just full of baby animals! Feel
encouraged to bring the kids over for a visit, little hands are best when
feeding little animals!

Baby Iris and baby ducks!

WELCOME!

Mar 17

Welcome to our new website!

 

We hope you find it both educational and entertaining.

  • Follow our Blog here on the site (and on Facebook and Twitter) to see what’s new at the farm.
  • In the “Buy” section, find out what we have to offer, and even place an order.
  • In the “Learn” section, discover all the animals and other farm projects we have here at Bardo.
  • In “Particpate“, you can learn how to be a part of the Bardo family.
  • Check out our “Wishlist” to see items which are needed to help with farming operations.
  • Read “About us“, to see what we do at Bardo Farm, and how we came to be.
  • Also, check out our main site, “Bardo Project“.

We are very proud of all we have to offer in 2013, and can’t wait to share with you.

Please let us know what you think!

 

From all of us at Bardo Farm, thanks and enjoy!

Sugaring update

Mar 10

We have already collected, boiled down, and bottled 8 gallons of Bardo syrup!  We have Grade A medium so far.  Sugaring should continue this week — the weather forecast looks good.

Help us with our Wish List

Jan 13
  • 80 lb jack hammer
  • 87-9 Ford F-series transfer case (found!)
  • old/free ATVs and snowmobiles
  • trailored wood chipper (found!)
  • gas leaf blower
  • benchtop wood planer
  • $100 to fix a 10 HP diesel engine
  • $100 to fix snowmobile
  • good engine-driven welder
  • $150 for concrete saw
  • 50 lb-ish hammer drill/chipping gun