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    welcome to Heart Song Farm

    Our family moved to our traditional New England Farm in 1994. Having spent my life moving around the world, I felt it was important to put down some serious roots for our ten children (yes, you read that correctly). This farm seemed like the perfect spot.

         Nestled in the hills of Gilmanton Iron Works, NH, this farm provided the perfect place to enjoy serenity, privacy and a healthy lifestyle. The mountain views, green meadows and woods, walling us away from the world, just made our hearts sing. Tell me more...

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    cheeseThe Cheese

    Goat cheese is an ever evolving product. Part of the charm of farmstead cheese is the subtle changes in fat content and flavor throughout the milking season of the goats, based on pasture growth, weather and individual lactations. I find my typical following appreciates the seasonal differences and enjoys them. Due to the increasing demand for my goat milk cheeses, including my creamy Camembert, my ashed, mold ripened Valencay and my apple wood smoked buttons, I am hoping to expand, requiring larger processing areas and animal space for a larger herd. I hope that you will enjoy Heart Song Farm's quality cheeses. Please feel free to contact me for special flavors, sizes or suggestions. I always value your input and stand behind my products, hoping to provide your total satisfaction.


    "Winter" 2012

    Heart Song Farm is featured on the television series, "The Endless Feast" featured on PBS nationally. We are excited about this, and hope that many people get to view the program. More info here.

    Farm Stand Sales:
    Heart Song Farm is happy to have you visit to see our baby goats and their proud mommas.
    We also provide on-farm sales of our own goat milk, goat cheese, and a limited supply of goat meat.
    Milk is sold by request. Please call ahead for milk so we can provide you the freshest milk available.
    Unfortunately, due to insurance liabilities we cannot permit visitors to roam freely upon the grounds.
    We lead a hectic family life as well as running a business, so we ask that you please call ahead to schedule a visit.
    We would hate for you to arrive for a tour and have nobody here to greet you!
    Hours of operation: 24/7, 365 days a year (for us). Our Open hours are hit or miss, mostly Saturdays and Sunday afternoons, but we will work to accommodate your plans if at all possible. Just call us at 603-364 GOAT (4628). We look forward to meeting you!

    Farm News:
    Our products can be found at these retailers and farmer markets:
    Jenness Farm, Nottingham (www.jennessfarm.com)
    Johnsons Marketplace, New Durham (www.eatatjohnsons.com)
    The Meat House, Pembroke (www.themeathouse.com)
    Johnson Golden Harvest, Hooksett (www.johnsongoldenharvest.com)

    Farmer Markets:
    (Winter 2012)
    Tilton Winter Farmers Market, Main St Tilton, near MB Tractor,
    Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm, Jan, Feb, March

    Winter Farmers Market at Cole Gardens, Concord
    Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm, Jan, Feb, March

    We Are One Market, Weare
    Fridays from 3 pm to 6:30 pm, Jan, Feb, March

    (Summer 2012)
    Concord Farmers Market, next to the State House
    Saturdays from 8:30 am to noon, June, July, August, Sept, Oct

    Canterbury Farmers Market
    Wednesdays from 4 pm to 6:30 pm, June, July, August, Sept, Oct
    Check back later in the spring, as our summer market schedule has not be finalized.
    In addition, please visit our updated Clients page to find area restaurants serving Heart Song Farm products.

    Wholesale customers: Contact Heart Song Farm directly to place your wholesale orders. We now self-distribute, allowing us to keep costs down, and provide the best service possible. Our product and your business are our one and only concern.
    For other event news, see our listing on Local Harvest

    Josh Tilton freelance Graphic/Web design.