WELCOME

Welcome

At Snug Valley Farm, we raise our animals in a humane, natural way. Our steers and heritage breed pigs are never given hormones, stimulants, or fed animal by-products. They’re raised in an atmosphere of loving kindness by Vermont farmers who work hard to be good stewards to the land and the community.

Call the Farm:

(802) 472 – 6185
If we’re not home, we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Please leave a message.

In Response to COVID-19

At this time we are limiting farm visitors to order pick-ups only. If you would like to place an order to stock up on grass-fed beef and pasture-raised pork, please place your order online or call us in advance at (802) 472 – 6185. We will put your order together and you can pay over the phone by credit card or with a check. We will also be offering home delivery without face-to-face interaction meaning we will deliver orders to your door. You leave a cooler outside, we place the order inside, and then we will depart. We think this is the best way of helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

  • For the time being, we will no longer be accepting cash transactions.
  • We can accept credit card transactions over the phone and will still be accepting checks.
  • If you are experiencing symptoms of a fever or cough or are on self or mandatory quarantine, please let us know and we will figure out a way to get an order to you in the safest way possible.

Thank You For Your Support

The best way to support us is to

  • Buy our products
  • Support the businesses we supply,
  • Purchase gift cards
  • Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for uplifting farm updates, videos and photos. This is the time of year for lambs in pajamas.
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  • Stay healthy. Stay home. Wash your hands.

What’s Happening on the Farm

Spring is on the way here at Snug Valley farm. The snow is finally starting to melt and our first lambs have just been born. Our animals, both beef and pigs, are still snug in the winter locations with plenty of access to fresh air. The pigs are still staying warm and dry in our deep bedded pack barns with lots of dry hay to burrow in. Our beef herd is in our wintering facility made up of a bedded pack barn, covered feed alley, and loafing yard to soak up as much sun as possible. We believe that warm, dry and well-fed is the only way for our animals to pass the winter months. We are all looking forward to the coming summer on pasture with green grass and warmer temps.