The Randolph Family Farm
The Randolph’s started farming in 2004 on just 8 acres. Over the past 15 years the family has added over 90 acres of land, making them a 100-acre farm! They spend their days growing as much food as they can to feed their family and friends, milking cows, tending grain fields, working in the distillery, raising their family, and just generally being thankful for the opportunity to farm for a living. We weren’t born on a farm, but we were born to farm! Carrie is a native Vermonter and we joke that Kempton, who moved here at the ripe age of 21 had no choice but to marry her so he could be taken seriously as a Vermont farmer. The couple chooses to raise their three young children in this beautiful part of the country and home schools them all right on the farmstead. Outside of their three children the farmstead includes three big goofy dogs, an ever increasing amount of dairy and beefs cows, as well as pigs, chickens and goats.
We can not thank our customers enough for all their love and support of our small family farm. Every purchase you make with us not only supports a Vermont small business, but a family farm, agriculture, the Vermont economy and most importantly the soil and the environment. THANK YOU!