Camps Road Farm located in Kent, CT produces the finest pastured poultry in the area. Meat from our birds is seasonal during the summer and fall months.
Our chickens are raised out on pasture, fed organically grown non-GMO feed, and given the love and care they deserve. We sell at the New Milford Farmers’ Market which is on the green in downtown New Milford on Saturdays from 9-Noon May – November 21st. Then the market moves inside for the winter for: 12/5, 12/19, 1/2, 1/16, 1/30, 2/13, and 2/27.
Visit the New Milford Farmers’ Market site for more details.
Chickens are also available at The Smithy in downtown New Preston.
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This year Camps Road Farm will be providing the same pastured poultry, eggs, and pork that you have come to know and love, we’re just doing it a little differently.
Unfortunately we will not be a part of the New Milford Farmers’ Market . We are opening the farm up to beer tastings with our brewery Kent Falls Brewing Company. We are focusing on that big project this year and want to grow the farm to be a destination.
Our farm store will open late Spring with vegetables grown by Farmer Kate, pastured protein, and Kent Falls finest. Our open date now depends on construction timelines and license approvals. Everything is in order it now just comes down to waiting on outside contractors.
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The Brewery is NOT currently open to the public and we cannot let visitors in. We hope to be open by next Springand welcome you to visit us then. You can however come and visit the farm and see our farm store.
We currently have roughly an acre and a half of hops growing to service our on-farm brewery Kent Falls Brewing Company.
Camps Road Farm also has about an acre and a half of organically managed apple orchard to service Neversink Spirits, our distillery in Portchester, NY. New York State liquor laws were a little kinder to us, hence the different location. The orchard went in the ground in early 2013 and looks to be into real production in about 5 years. The guys at Neversink will be distilling with some of the apples we have from existing trees and other local farmers in the mean time.