About Wandering Boar Farm

Wandering Boar Farm is a family farm located in Middlesex, Vermont.

At Wandering Boar Farm, we pasture raise pigs and sheep.  Our animals live, eat and sleep outdoors.

We offer lamb in full shares and pork in full or 1/2 shares. The lamb is $12 lb. and the pork is $9 lb. based on the hanging weight of the animal. Included in a share price is: (1) transportation of your animal to-and-from the processor; and (2) your meat is cut, smoked (as needed) and vacuum packed. We provide approximately 7-10 days notice prior to delivery date.

To purchase a share, or 1/2 share of one of our animals, please call (802.234.1964) for specific information regarding deposits, pick-up dates and the approximate expected weight of your animal.

We often have select cuts for sale as well. Prices and availability for select cuts (e.g. lamb burger, leg of lamb, lamb chops) will vary. Please call or email if you are interested.

We do not use antibiotics, growth hormones and our fields are free of chemical fertilizers or pesticides (and have been for generations).

Livestock guardian dog,”Rollie,” a  Maremma, keeps a watchful eye on Ewes & lambs.

The “Brady Bunch” – part of a spring litter – proving the adage that the “grass in always greener on the other side of the (electric)fence.”

About Wandering Boar

Wandering Boar is located in Middlesex, Vermont. We are continually recognized as "One of the smallest farms you can see from here." We raise pigs and sheep on pasture, and maintain an authentically weathered hen-house with a healthy flock of heritage breed layers with their own designated pasture.
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