June 2020 Update

    Much like everyone else, we've really been taking each week and month as it comes. We had planned to have a different year with scaled down farm store hours but not because of the circumstances that eventually transpired. We can't complain. We've been keeping busy around the farm (just the laying h[...]

    Making A Difference

    Right now, we know, like us, many are looking for ways to make a meaningful difference in local communities on a more sustained basis. Over the past nine years we have been supporting Perfect Ten in Hudson, NY through mentoring, governance, fundraising, donating and more recently providing fresh eg[...]

    Changes in 2020 ...

    A slightly different year…. Eight years ago we found the farm. With more than a little help from our friends it took us two years to clear the overgrown fields, remove the decrepit buildings and create what is now our home and business at Little Ghent Farm. We’ve had chickens and pigs on the lan[...]



    And North picnic season feature

    We were included in the recent picnic feature by And North, a curated guide to upstate New York, alongside other Hudson Valley cooks at Edible Living and Brunette Wine Bar. The introduction to our part of the feature, written by Mimi, is below. You can read it in full at the And North website. Photo[...]

    A short film about the farm

    We have been so lucky and are so grateful for all the hard working, talented and creative folks that have helped us on the farm, in the kitchen and with workshops so far on our journey - Jesse, Saundra, Eric, Jess, 'Cornish' Meg, Michael, Robyn, David, Kate, Meg, Maxine, Angelica, Jen and Tricia amo[...]

    Ten questions for Grazin'

    For the latest little feature on people at or connected with our farm we sat down with Andrew ('Chip') Chiappinelli  who is chef-owner at Grazin' Diner in Hudson, NY. Most weeks of the year we supply Animal Welfare Approved eggs produced by our organically-fed hens here at Little Ghent Farm. There's[...]