Lucky Fields Farmstead in Chepachet, RI
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Lucky Fields Farmstead is a small scale diversified operation featuring fresh vegetables and pasture raised eggs and meats. We are dedicated to bringing our friends, family and community the healthiest and freshest products available. We operate on the historic Farnum Farm in Harmony RI. The farm consists of 100 acres and was originally owned and operated by the Farnum family, including local artist Cyrus Farnum. The Farnum family continuously owned the property until January of 1996 when Taylor’s family purchased the property and continued with the land’s farming history. Through the farms 228 years (1790-2018) it has seen many different operations including cranberries, witch hazel, dairy, orchards and row crops. We look forward to continuing the tradition of land stewardship while providing a diverse offering of products to our community.
Your farmers Bob and Taylor are excited to have this opportunity to grow wonderful food for you all. Taylor has lived on the farm for the past 21 years, helping her family with the loving care for this land and the animals and plants who call it home. Along with her experience on her family farm Taylor has worked on many other farms both in Rhode Island and Vermont and holds a degree in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Production from Green Mountain College. Bob grew up in Coventry, RI. He is a first generation farmer and started his career in association with Joel Salatin's Polyface Farm in Swoope, Virginia. He continued from there working with Pike Valley Farm in Lancaster, Kentucky. After four years as the livestock manager at Pat's Pastured in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, he is looking forward to pursuing his own farm ventures. Bob loves farming and looks forward to continuing to work and develop in the field of pasture raised livestock and all forms of regenerative agriculture.
Together we are proud to do this work and immensely happy to have the opportunity to provide good food for good people.
We’re just lucky.
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