Miles Smith Farm

Miles Smith Farm is a 36 acre farm in Loudon, New Hampshire. The 36 acres combines part of a farm owned by Miles Smith in the 1850's and two neighboring farms. Most of the land is pasture. The cattle we raise are naturally raised "free range" and graze on the farm's and leased pastures. Miles Smith Farm currently leases about 150 acres from land owners around the state. All of our cattle are raised in the state of New Hampshire, so our meat is truely "home grown".

We have three beef product lines:

  • Grain Finished Angus: tender and juicy.
  • Grass Finished Angus: healthier and tasty.
  • Grass Finished Scottish Highlander: healthy, less greasy and robust flavor.

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Check Us Out

When is the last time you could point to items in your pantry and say, this food came from within 30 miles of my home? If you're a regular shopper at the Winter Farmers' Market, chances are pretty good that you can make that statement. If you haven't visited us yet, now is a great time to check out what producers right here in New Hampshire have to offer. These hard-working farmers and artisans are busy year-round to bring you vegetables and fruit, locally-raised meats, dairy, baked goods, and even personal care items.

It's Super Bowl Weekend!

Are you ready for some football?! The Super Bowl has become an unofficial food holiday, inspiring folks to arrange mounds of snack foods into the shape of a stadium. Create a football field out of guacamole if you must, but kick it up a notch and add some pastured-raised beef to those nachos! Spice up your dips with chutney and sauces made right here in New Hampshire. That tower of sandwiches will taste better when the bread is hearty, fresh, and local! And when it comes to dessert trays, we have you covered with all sorts of delectable treats. Visit us on Saturday from 10 a.m.

Juice It!

You asked for a turbo-powered blender for Christmas and it's still in the box. The perfect tool to keep your New Year resolution of healthier eating on track, it's a little intimidating because you're not sure what to put in it. Fear not! Just bring your shopping bag to the Winter Farmers' Market and load it up with a variety of fresh greens, vegetables, fruit, and honey. Experiment with different flavor profiles - try something sweeter for breakfast and more savory for lunch. You'll feel super healthy, and even better knowing that your food was grown right here in New Hampshire!

Beat the Mid-Winter Blues

You've been hibernating since New Year's Day, haven't you? It's easy to do, it's cold and snowy and winter gear is a nuisance. We promise that coming to the Winter Farmers' Market will open your eyes to a whole new shopping experience; our vendors work hard to produce delicious, quality food and will greet you with a smile and share enthusiastic, intimate knowledge of their wares. All this in a warm, color-filled greenhouse will lift the winter doldrums and make shopping fun!

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Resolve to Eat Healthy in 2015

Ask ten people what healthy eating means to them, and you'll likely get ten different answers. But they may agree on a few simple things, such as avoiding fat, sugar, and processed foods. Farmers' markets are an excellent way to get on the path to healthier eating, by offering a variety of vegetables and fruits, pasture-raised meat, and minimally-processed meals. And by buying local, you know that the food you're eating comes from trusted sources a short drive away. Visit us from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Cole Gardens in Concord and get on track in 2014.

Music: Paul Nelson

Happy New Year!

Congratulations, you survived the holidays! Start 2015 off right with a trip to the Winter Farmers' Market and replenish your pantry with healthy, locally-produced meat, vegetables and fruit, dairy, and baked goods. After working so hard to make the holidays memorable for others, treat yourself to the best that New Hampshire farmers and artisans have to offer!

Music: James Barnes

Merry Christmas from the Market!

From our vendors and the staff at Cole Gardens, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas! The market is indeed open today, so come out and stock up on fresh produce, baked goods, meats, cheese, and even frozen items to keep on hand during the busy holiday week. There's no market next week, so we'll see you in January!

Turnips, Beets, and Parsnips

Turnips, beets, and parsnips are some of the "official" vegetables of the month of December. And lucky for you, the Winter Farmers' Market is a great place to buy them. These veggies are perfect for stews, soups, and the New England boiled dinner, and are just some of the produce available at the market. Top it off with some treats from our bakers and you have the perfect New Hampshire meal!

One stop for Thanksgiving fixings

Thanksgiving is this coming  week -- do you have all your vegetables, rolls, desserts, and wine? The market is packed with great choices for holiday meals, including the fixings for stuffing to homemade apple pie.

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Eat Local and Support Local Farms

Brrrr! It's getting cold out there: it's perfect weather to make your favorite stews, soups, and sweet and savory pies. Our farmers have everything you need to create a memorable meal, and you'll feel great knowing you supported local agriculture. That's what we call a two-fer!

 

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