Gallifreyan Farm
133 Codfish Ridge Rd
Linneus, ME 04730

Contact Us
Phone: (207)358-0306
http://www.GallifreyanFarm.com
info@gallifreyanfarm.com

About Gallifreyan Farm

Gallifreyan Farm is a small start-up in Northern Maine that will focus on alternative sustainable agriculture and fiber. Our dream started many years ago as we sought for more efficient and effective vegetable production on a small quarter-acre lot in our quiet Houlton neighborhood. We quickly realized that we were able to produce enough vegetables for us, and most of our non-farming family, utilizing just over 200 square feet of garden. Since growing your own vegetables is not only to help reduce one's grocery bill (which it has, significantly), the use of natural fertilizers and "old timey" methods have given us months of food that we don't need to get from the grocery store. But here's the thing: we're not just limited to the "usual" veggies that people typically grow around here. We have a steady crop of more "exotic" veggies like habeƱaros, egg plants and other fun stuff. As we prepared to expand our garden in order to provide these unique sundries to others at the Farmer's Market, we expanded into chickens for egg production, then sort of fell into fiber, starting with Angora rabbits. These beautiful and friendly bunnies produce wool that some say is up to 7 times warmer than traditional sheep wool, and nearly as soft as silk. We have found our niche, our future. And we will share this with you.

Products
Natural and superwash wools, humanely-harvested home-grown angora wool mix yarns, lots of hand-dyed wool batts, roving and yarn, wool dryer balls, drop spindles. Needle- and wet-felting supplies. Starting in spring 2018, we will be able to add home-grown alpaca wool to our lineup. Veggie-wise, we like to experiment and grow vegetables that aren't common for the area, as well as producing heirloom crops. Starting in 2018, we will also start growing hops to provide local and regional home-brewers with cost-effective fresh hops to complement their home-brewed creations. And, like a lot of local micro-farms, we will have fresh eggs available.

Tours
Sadly, tours are not yet available to the general public, but we're happy to provide small private tours. Please contact us for more information.

What You Will Find at Our Farm
Agritourism
Arts/Crafts and Music Festivals
Exotic Animals
Special Occasions
Dairy/Eggs
Eggs
Vegetables
Beets
Winter Squash
Peppers
Cucumbers
Summer Squash
Mushrooms
Broccoli
Zucchini
Pumpkins
Fresh Beans
Swiss Chard
Onions
Cabbage
Radishes
Garlic
Tomatoes
Other Vegetables
Carrots
Rhubarb
Kale
Turnips
Peas
Celery
Salad Greens and Mixes
Lettuce
Livestock
Other Livestock
Alpaca Llamas
Chickens
Ducks
Grains/Grain Legumes
Sunflowers
Corn
Dry Beans
Popcorn
Fruits
Apples
Highbush Blueberries
Raspberries
Strawberries
Fibers
Alpaca
Other Fur
Rabbit
Wool
Horticulture
Fresh Herbs
Highbush Blueberry Plants
Flowers
Other Processed Products
Fiber Products (yarns and finished goods)
Other Farm Products
Flowers
Fresh Herbs
Hops
Horticulture
Compost
Business Focus - Retail
Online Sales
Mail Order
CSA
Farm Stand
Farmers Market
On-Farm Store
Agricultural Fairs
Business Focus - Wholesale
Interested in Future Wholesale Selling
Payments Accepted
Discover
Mastercard/Visa
American Express
PayPal
Business Checks
Personal Checks
Cash
Business Focus - Other
Custom Harvest
Fiber Processing
Shearing
Wood Products
Novelty/Craft Items
Specialty Items