Welcome to Engelnook Farm!!
Farm stand is open!
Offering on-farm grown beans, zuchini, summer squash & cucumbers. Tomatoes are ripening, and corn from local farms. Also at the stand is our ever popular Hot Pepper Jelly and raw local honey.
Stop in and check it out!
We at Engelnook Farm are expanding our
horizons and this year we plan to extend our services from just horse boarding, to offering
to you some wonderful, fresh homegrown
vegetables. We plan to offer to you at the
farm, a variety of fresh picked vegetables throughout the growing season complimented
by a selection of beautiful flowers.
To compliment any menu we are also offering homemade jellies and jams.
For your Garden...
Fresh fertilizer made daily... Llama poo - the BEST fertilizer for your garden!!
With spring just around the corner, you might want to stop in for some earth-friendly llama manure fertilizer - by the bag or bring your own barrel...
Llama manure is used as an organic fertilizer and soil conditioner, rich in potassium, nitrogen and phosphorous, Great for your vegetable gardens and flowerbeds. Unlike fertilizer sprays and sticks, llama manure is earthy-friendly, and reduces your carbon footprint by recycling a part of nature; it has the added benefit of being odor-free and is known to keep deer away.
...Each year I try to be a bit better (and patient) gardener. So today I decided to
invest in a better soil tester and patiently test different areas where I plant
veggies or harvest loam. I have a veggie garden which gets amended with anything
from seaweed to llama poop to fish emulsion. I also have cold frames, an area
that I compost yard debris, another bin where I compost kitchen stuff, etc. I
tested the pH and the nutrient level of each area. I gotta tell you that the
cold frames, where I dumped the bags of llama poop I bought from you last fall,
scored the significantly highest of all, including the composted kitchen waste.
YEA for llama poop! I probably am not telling you anything you don't already
In the summer of 2009 we were invited to join our first farmers' market to sell our farm fresh eggs and fresh produce that was
grown in a small garden at the farm. Since that summer the
farmers' markets have grown and we can be found at many of the local markets selling our farm fresh eggs, artisan goat & cow
cheeses from local farms.
If you can't get to a farmers' market, stop by the farm and pickup what you need. We will also have in season fresh vegetables which can be found at our farm stand beginning early summer 2016.
Engelnook Farm is focused on providing high-quality, locally grown
and home-made products - we will do everything we can to meet
Our Farm is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver
to you the best service in the area.
Now we are found at local farmers' markets and fairs selling farm fresh eggs and artisan cheeses, homemade jellies and farm gifts, or at home on the farm growing farm fresh vegetables in season
and caring for the farm animals.
Gardens will be growing and we will offer our 'Original' Sweet Hot Pepper Jelly and Sweet Zucchini Relish, both made from fresh homegrown veggies!
WHERE TO FIND US:
Acushnet Farmers' Market beginning in June 4, 2016 through September.
Boston Public Market - Dewey Square May 19, 2016 through November
Coastal Wine, Chocolate & Cheese Festival the 3rd Saturday in
For farm fresh egg pick-up (honor system):
Mon - Sun: 9AM - 5PM