A small, strictly natural Connecticut farm.
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It’s all about nature
1738 Farm is named after the vintage of our much adored, rustic farmhouse. As we transitioned our property back to its roots we realized a greater purpose – we were now stewards of the land. This evolved into Dana taking the reins in bringing the farm to life, and following her interest in wanting to raise chickens, grow vegetables and flowers, keep animals in the most healthy way possible, make things from what the property has to offer and to share that with others.
We are dedicated to sharing what we learn – plus our farm is strictly natural – no pesticides, no herbicides, no preservatives, and uses sustainable and ethical practices.
Respecting Mother Nature
We are a small farm that respects nature and it’s creatures great and small, are honest and are always learning. There are horses, chickens, eggs, wreaths, greenery, seasonal creations, farm events, excellent compost and more. The farm does not use any pesticides, herbicides or preservatives. The chickens are kept enclosure free and can range where they like. The horses are family. The products of the farm are what we and mother nature can offer, the compost is kept to organic standards and our little farm is always thinking about making the best choices we can for the environment.