Hours: Please call first for an appointment.
Products: Pure breed LaMancha dairy goats for sale.
Krista and Andrew Abrahams
4053 Wilson Town Rd, Lincoln CA 95648
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Sales: Newcastle Produce, Auburn Farmers’ Market and online through our website or Amazon.com. We also sell through the Tahoe Food Hub.
Hours: Sunday mornings for tours at milking time. Other times by special arrangement. Email for availability
Products: We raise heritage breed cattle, chickens and emus on our farm in the foothills in-between Auburn and Lincoln. We are a state certified, Grade A dairy and farmstead creamery that sells cheese, butter, ice cream and yogurt all made in small batches on the farm. We have about 1500 free range laying chickens that live harmoniously with the cows, pigs and other farm animals. Our specialty are the hearty and picturesque Scottish Highland breed but we also raise Dutch Belted, Dexters, Milking Shorthorns and various crosses. Our cows live together with their calves, outside year-round, are milked only once per day and receive the highest levels of personal care.
Long Dream Farm operates a farm stay — rented via airbnb — with a house that can sleep 8 people. Visitors are welcome to observe and participate in farm activities such as milking, feeding and brushing cows and also enjoy hiking the property and swimming in the creek.
Sales: On-farm, variable hours; Farmers’ market Downtown Lincoln on Thursday nights, 5 to 8 pm; Blue Goose Market in Loomis on Saturdays, 9 am to 1 pm; CSA subscriptions available.
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Products: Located in Newcastle, Martha’s Gardens is a family farm specializing in ornamental flowers, vegetables, fruit and free range eggs.
About Us: Martha’s Gardens is owned by Tom and Cindy Fossum and is named after Tom’s mother who loved gardening and the farm. The farm has been in Tom’s family for 48 years and was once a pear and plum orchard before Tom’s father, Marion, turned it into pasture for raising beef cattle. Farming was once Tom’s early ambition. Circumstances changed and he went into the engineering profession working for a number of cities and counties in California over the past 26 years. Tom still works for a nearby County while helping to run the farm.
Cindy was raised mainly in Iowa, Nebraska and Texas. Cindy’s father, James, was a career military man so the family either moved or stayed with relatives. During Cindy’s early years she spent a lot of time at her Grandparents farm in south eastern Iowa where her mother, Ruth, grew up. Cindy’s happiest memories are of the time spent on the Iowa farm. Cindy always had a passion for horticulture and after coming to California in the early 1980’s she began taking ornamental horticulture courses at Sierra College and working for local nurseries. She had to suspend her studies to go to work for the post office as a rural letter carrier. She eventually retired from the Auburn Post Office in 2007. She went back to school and received her Associates degree in 2008 from Sierra College.
Martha’s Gardens is six and a half acres of rich Placer soil in the bottom of a small valley along Brennans Road in Newcastle. After the death of Tom’s parents in 1998 and 2006 the property fell into disrepair so in 2009 Tom and Cindy made the decision to move from their home in Loomis back to the farm to bring the farm back to life. Cindy and Tom work as a team with Cindy providing the creative force and Tom the technical knowhow to bring Cindy’s vision to reality. This has worked to transform the property into a series of display gardens surrounding production gardens for the ornamental flowers and fresh vegetables they grow and sell.
The production gardens provide growing space for flowers such as Yarrow, Lambs Ear, Lavender (two varieties with more planned), Cosmos, Status, Butterfly Bush, Echinacea, Ornamental Sun Flowers, Gladiolas, Zinnias, Roses and several more that are planned. Vegetables include sweet corn, pop corn, tomatoes, squash (both summer and winter varieties), bush beans, herbs, melons, pumpkins, okra, garlic, peppers (several varieties), carrots, cabbage, broccoli, and cumbers (both pickling and eating varieties). Martha’s Gardens also has a small Nursery and produces house plants, succulents, vegetable starts and herb plants that are sold both on the farm and at our Farmers Market booth.
The Fossum’s have also planted a small orchard with a number of fruit and nut trees and there are plans for an area with Christmas Trees in the future. Recently the newest members of the farm family, the chickens, have begun to produce fresh free range eggs. Once we have our producers certificate we will be offering eggs to our customers.
The display gardens have a number of diverse themes some of which are a Succulent Garden, Japanese Garden, Fragrant Garden, California Native Plant Garden, Rose Garden, Hydrangea Garden, Herb Garden and Woodland Garden. There are several more planned such as a Biblical Garden and Topiary Garden.
In 2012 Martha’s Gardens began selling subscriptions for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Harvest Boxes. The CSA boxes are filled with all that is being harvested that week on the Farm with the contents changing as the season progresses. CSA boxes will be available for 2013 in two different price ranges. Like us on Facebook to keep informed as to when we will be taking subscriptions.
Martha’s Gardens is a California Certified Producer and has their Nursery License to sell Nursery Stock. The Fossum’s have truly found their passion and calling and enjoy sharing their farm with visitors. If you want to visit the farm and gardens we are located at 2925 Brennans Road, Newcastle or you can call us at (530) 305-5062.
Sales: On farm, please call first.
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Products: Offering beef, pork, chicken eggs, honey, pecans
Sales: On-farm sales by appointment. Please call first.
Products: We raise free range chickens, ducks, geese & lambs. We have a valid egg handler’s egg permit. All eggs are cleaned and packaged in new cartons or flats. We sell chicken and duck eggs (duck eggs are seasonal) as well as ducklings, ducks, and lambs. Private tours are offered by appointment.
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Products: weaned, pre-conditioned Hereford steer and heifer calves raised without hormones.
Hours: Please call or text for an appointment
Products: Nigerian Dwarf Goats Kids, Dairy Goats, Milk Producers, Goat Kids, Doe, Buck
About Us: Nigerian Dwarf Kids for sale – We love them and so will you. Our purebred herd is registered with the American Diary Goat Association (ADGA). The kids are dam-raised and handled by us daily so they are very friendly and fun. Put your deposit in today. They can go to your home between 9 and 12 weeks old. Visit our website for more detailed information and pricing.
Why buy Nigerian Dwarf Goats? Nigi’s are small, have colorful coats and beautiful blue or brown eyes. They are friendly, easy to handle and have unique personalities. They are:
You can also show your goat (adga.org/adga-sanctioned-show-list & California State Fair). (Note that these goats are dairy goats, not meat goats.)
Sales: On-farm and local delivery by appointment. Call Lance at 916-672-2193;
Farmers’ Markets at Auburn Old Town Courthouse parking lot, every Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – noon; Roseville Whole Foods Market at the Fountains, every Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.; Sacarmento at 8th and W Streets every Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – noon.
Sierra Foothills Meat Buyers Club
Restaurants serving our products: Carpe Vino in Old Town Auburn.
Hours: Please call for appointment.
Tours: Yes, please call for more information.
Products: Rabbit meat, free range chicken, free range duck, eggs, and Rabbit Manure Fertilizer.
Penryn Rabbit Farm is currently raising Rabbits for meat, chickens and ducks for meat and eggs. We grow our own animal feed starting with organic barley seeds. We also feed our animals organic feed which does not contain any hormones, no soy and no corn. Our chickens and ducks free range on our pasture and the ducks have access to our ½ acre pond. Visit our website (www.penrynrabbitfarm.com) to see videos of how we grow our own feed for our animals.
Sales: Seasonal on-farm
Hours: 10am till dusk, Oct 1 – Oct 31
Tours: Private tours by appointment only.
Products: Pumpkins, wine grapes, beef cattle, eggs, local honey, fruit, vegetables & firewood (seasoned oak).
Sales: Farmers’ markets at The Fountains in Roseville on Tuesdays and at the Auburn Courthouse parking lot on Saturdays, year-round. Monthly deliveries are available through the Sierra Foothill Producers. Chicken, lambs and pigs in Penryn – sheep and cattle in Newcastle. Cold storage rental available at 7209 Church Street.
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Mon – Fri at 7209 Church Street, Penryn (Call ahead to place your order for pickup or to make an appointment)
Products: Naturally grown, pasture-raised beef, chicken, goat, lamb, pork, rabbit meat and chicken and duck eggs