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 land for seven years. The farm store has been open for five years, the farm stay for three and this yea[...]
We are now closed for the winter season in terms of regular hours. However, WE DO PLAN TO BE OPEN FOR SOUP CLUB PICK-UPS and a few other special days. Soup club days are: January 18th, February 15th and March 7th. We will have bread on these days and a few other baked goods and treats plus, of course, our own pasture-raised chicken, pork and eggs.  We hope to see you if you can make it to the [...]
SATURDAY & SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14th & 15th FRESH CHICKENS RAISED HERE ON PASTURE AND ORGANICALLY-FED A fresh chicken is one of our favourite things to cook. Roasted, grilled or braised, several meals are possible from each bird and then there’s broth to make for delicious soups. We’ve worked hard to find the best tasting chickens and raised these black freedom rangers over the past [...]
It's nearly time! We re-open the farm store on Saturday April 13th, 2019 at 9am. To start the season our hours will be Fridays 9am to 5pm, Saturdays 9am to 5pm and Sundays 9am to 3.30pm. Look out for more news on bread orders, baked goods, special menu items and our new 2019 workshop programme. Come and pick up some goodies or just say hello. As ever we have our own pasture raised chickens, egg[...]
With professionals, food photographer Michael Piazza and stylist Suzanne Lenzer. Michael Piazza will lead a workshop blending the skills of food photography and styling. Learn how to tune your eye to light, shadows and composition. Think more creatively about prop selection and food styling. See first-hand the successful dynamic between the two disciplines. Michael will discuss and d[...]
David Hieatt returns to the farm for an entirely new workshop experience. Do Breakthrough will take place this June in the inspiring setting here at Little Ghent Farm. The two-day workshop will be led by David Hieatt, co-founder of the DO Lectures held each year in Wales, UK and jeans maker Hiut Denim. David and his wife Clare started the Do Lectures because they were curious to find o[...]
The farm store and kitchen is now closed for a break until April 2019. If you have specific needs for chicken, pork, eggs and preserves please email mimi@madeinghent.com or call us at 518 392 0804. There will be one day per month (January-March) when the store will be open for our Soup Club collections. Dates TBC.  If you would like to stay up to date with when that will be please ensure you ar[...]
Thanksgiving is fast approaching and we are thinking of ways to maximise enjoyment and time with the family while making sure, of course, that it is also delicious. Despite being transplants from another land we love Thanksgiving. It represents a time to sit and spend time with family and/or friends for no reason other than to be grateful for what we have...sometimes we need an excuse to do that. [...]
After a very busy summer and Labor Day holiday weekend we're taking a short break. The store and kitchen will be back open on Friday 15th September and our hours will change from then. Our new hours (from Sept 15th) will be: Monday-Thursday:      kitchen closed Friday- Saturday:         open 9 am - 5 pm Sunday:                          open 9 am - 4 pm Bread will be available on Saturdays[...]