Our Mission is to be a steward of the land. To heal and nurture with the highest level of animal husbandry and agricultural practice.
Our “eco-organic”, biological farming practices allow us to honor the special link between soil health, animal health and human health.
Weatherlow Farms sits atop one of the highest points in bucolic Westport, MA. Our 200 rolling acres of pasture, field, woodlands, and wetlands are home to a growing abundance of livestock and wildlife.
The farm, purchased from the Medeiros family in 2014, has a rich agricultural history, supporting a thriving dairy operation for much of the past century. Today, the overarching goal of Weatherlow Farms is to provide a superior product while supporting biodiversity and utilizing biological farming methods with a focus on soil health.
“Everything that takes place now, in the early stages of the farm’s redevelopment, is of critical importance. We are working hard to take the right steps to protect all of the land, not just the production acreage. We are dedicated to things that may not have a direct financial return, but are simply the right thing to do” – Ryan Wagner
Our animals are always treated with respect and are always on high quality pasture. Our biologically active soils are our secret to delivering proteins that are packed full of vital nutrition. Our “eco-organic” farming practices allow us to honor the special relationship between optimal soil health, animal health and human health.
Weatherlow Farms’ livestock operation is overseen by Rebecca Brown, who brings a wealth of animal and pasture management knowledge to the table. Phoebe Poole (formerly of Eva’s Garden) oversees our high tunnel and outdoor floral production. Our conservation efforts are directed by Carol Trocki and Rupert Grantham (of Walden Forest Conservation) oversees our forestry program.