Farm Store Hours

10 am to 5 pm Daily

Lamb, Pork, Stew Hens, Ground Beef, Chicken Eggs, Sunflower Oil

Stop by or Place an order Online to schedule a pickup at the Farm or at Farmer's Market

*Please note that our farm store hours differ from some of our events.  While our farm store may be open, please visit our corn maze or sunflower festival pages for specific hours relating to those events.

SUMMER Farmers Market

Seacoast Growers Association

Little Harbour School Parking Lot

50 Clough Dr Portsmouth NH

Saturdays

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Dates Attending: 5/1, 5/15, 5/29, 6/5, 6/19, 6/26, 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 8/14, 8/21, 8/28, 9/11, 9/25, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30

Swasey Parkway

Exeter NH

Thursdays

2:15-5:30 pm

Dates Attending: 6/10, 6/24, 7/8, 7/22, 8/12, 9/9, 10/14

Click Here for more market info

Salem NH Farmers Market

369 South Broadway Salem NH

Sundays

10 am - 12 pm

www.salemnhfarmersmarket.org

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Pasture Raised Lamb

Our Flock

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We raise a closed flock of Dorper-Katahdin cross ewes, which means the lambs that are born on our farm stay on our farm to become mothers themselves.  This keeps our sheep healthier, and we know exactly how they have been raised.  We started with only 6 ewes when we moved to Lee in 2005.  Through careful selection of only the best traits in our sheep, we have grown our flock to 75 breeding ewes.  Our flock is rotationally grazed on our fields from May until November.  In the late fall and winter months they are fed hay that has been produced on our farm.  The grain they are supplemented with year round is a ration of our own making.  From the corn, oats, and sunflowers that we grow, and the addition of  vitamins and minerals that we buy, we are able to make our own well balanced diet for all of our sheep.

All of our lamb is processed into retail cuts by The Local Butcher in Center Barnstead NH, a USDA inspected facility.  All cuts can be purchased from November through July in our self-serve farm stand, or August through October in our full service farm stand.  We also bring a selection of our cuts to every farmer's market we attend.

Available Cuts

Lean Ground Lamb $11.99/lb

Shanks $9.99/lb

Shoulder/Blade Chops $9.99/lb

Leg of Lamb (Bone-in) $13.99/lb

Leg of Lamb (Boneless) $13.99/lb

Kebab Meat $14.99/lb

Stew Meat $9.99/lb

Rack of Lamb $21.99/lb

Loin Chops $17.99/lb

Rib Chops $21.99/lb

Loose Lamb Sausage - $12.99/lb

-Breakfast (No Sugar)

-Sweet Italian

-Chorizo 

Linked Lamb Sausage - $14.99/lb

-Rosemary, Red Wine & Feta

-Garlic & Parmesan

Prices subject to change.  Specials occur seasonally.

Whole & Half Lambs

If you love lamb and are looking to stock up your freezer, you can order a whole or half animal and have it cut to your specifications.  We are happy to sit down with you and go over the cut sheet to make sure that you are getting exactly what you want.  To download a copy of the cut sheet, click here.  Half lambs are available at $9.50/lb and whole lambs are available at $9.00/lb.  Total cost is based on the total weight that comes back from being processed, not the hanging weight of the animal.  Wholesale lamb can be ordered by calling our office at 603-659-3572.

 

Free-Range Chicken Products

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Our Hens

The health and well-being of our animals is of the highest importance to us at Coppal House Farm, so that we can provide our customers with the best product possible.  When it comes to our eggs, we have done our best to ensure that we are raising happy, healthy chickens.    Here on the farm you can find hundreds of chickens free ranging on our 78-acres.  We maintain a flock of heritage breed chickens that are free to eat the grasses, grains and grubs on our property.   We do this because nothing tastes better than an egg from a happy chicken.  Our eggs are picked daily and each dozen is marked with a "picked on" date, so you know exactly how fresh they are. 

Why eat farm fresh eggs?

Farm fresh eggs contain more nutritional value than commercially raised eggs.  They contain two to ten times more omega-3 fats which aid in reducing inflammation in your body.  They contain two times the vitamin E, an important antioxidant, which lessens damage caused by normal aging and helps the body rid itself of toxins.  They contain three to six times the vitamin D, an important nutrient if you do not get enough exposure to the sun.  They are also higher in vitamin A; folate, the natural form of folic acid; vitamin B-12; lutein & zeaxanthin, two antioxidants important for eye health.  For those concerned about cholesterol, eggs contain more good cholesterol than bad and will not raise your blood cholesterol levels.

How can you tell the difference?

When you crack an egg open you can tell how the chicken was raised.  Pasture raised chicken egg whites do not spread, and they may appear cloudy in color.  The color of the yolk is determined by the diet of the chicken.  The paler the yolk, the more commercial feed they have eaten.  Chickens on pasture will lay eggs with a vibrant orange yolk due to the greens and grasses they consume.  When pasture is not available they receive food scraps and vegetable matter from the high tunnel we maintain.

All of our chicken is processed at Granite State Poultry & Processing in Milford, NH.  All cuts can be purchased from November through July in our self-serve farm stand, or August through October in our full service farm stand.

Eggs

Our eggs vary in size throughout the year depending on the stage of our chickens with most laying a large to extra large egg.

Large/XL  $5 per dozen

Jumbo $3 per half-dozen

Available Cuts

*Stew Hens $5.00/lb

*Stew Hens are laying hens that are 2 or more years old and are best suited to making soups and stocks.  These birds are not appropriate for roasting.

Prices subject to change.

 
 

Naturally Raised Pork

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Our Hogs

While most farms raise their hogs over the summer months, we have chosen to raise ours during the winter months for two reasons.  The first being that we grow our own small grains to feed our livestock, all of which get harvested in the fall, so we have the largest quantity of grain throughout the winter.  The second being that pigs cannot sweat, and we have found it easier to keep them warm than to cool them down.  We are proud to say that the grain they are fed is a ration of our own making.  From the corn, oats, and sunflowers that we grow, and the addition of  vitamins and minerals that we buy, we are able to make our own well balanced diet for all of our hogs.  By not feeding food scraps, we raise a leaner, healthier hog.

All of our pork is processed into retail cuts by East Conway Beef & Pork in Center Conway NH, a USDA inspected facility.  All cuts can be purchased from November through July in our self-serve farm stand, or August through October in our full service farm stand.  We also bring a selection of our cuts to every farmer's market we attend.

Available Cuts

Ground Pork $9.99/lb

Tenderloin $19.99/lb

Butt Roast $11.99/lb

Baby Back Ribs $17.99/lb

Boneless Pork Chops $11.99/lb

Regular Bacon - $16.99/lb

Irish Bacon - $16.99/lb

Loose Pork Sausage - $12.99/lb

-Breakfast (No Sugar)

-Sweet Italian

-Chorizo 

Linked Pork Sausage - $14.99/lb

-Breakfast (No Sugar)

-Sweet Italian

-Garlic & Parmesan

-Beer Bratwurst

Prices subject to change.  Special occur seasonally.

 

Our Oils

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In 2007, we started with only two-acres of our first crop of winter canola to press for culinary oil, and we haven’t looked back.  We quickly found out how much the local deer populations appreciated our canola feeding stations, and needed a solution.  Sunflowers became that solution.  Although predation played a role in our decision to grow sunflowers, the need also had to encompass our overall vision for our farm.   From our motto to “compliment not compete”, grew the desire to produce a product that has been absent from the New England agricultural scene.  Culinary oils are the result of that desire.  While researching how culinary oils are produced, we discovered that not only could we produce a human food product, but the meal byproduct, being high in protein, would give us the potential to produce our own home-grown feed for all our livestock.  Our feed costs to date have been drastically reduced, and we have control over its contents.  Our ultimate goal is to produce multi-use crops that aid in the sustainability of our farm and the local food system.​​

Today, we grow over 10-acres of sunflowers that we cold-press into unrefined, Non-GMO sunflower oil using traditional extruding methods.  We have a refill station at the farm and at all farmer’s markets we attend to reduce waste and encourage recycling.  We have created feed rations for our hogs and sheep, and are developing a ration for our chickens.  In only one season of feeding our own grain, our processing locations for our livestock have commented on the tenderness of the meat that they process from our animals. We attribute that increase in quality solely to the sunflower meal.

We are excited to say that we have plans to expand our culinary oil offerings.  In 2017, we grew our first crop of camelina, an oil known for its high omega-3 to omega-6 ratio, vitamin E content, and it's ability to lower your blood cholesterol.  Camelina also boasts extensive skin benefits due to its vitamin E and omega content.  In 2018, we will be growing pumpkins to harvest and press into pumpkin seed oil.  The health benefits of pumpkin seed oil are extensive, making it a worthy addition to our oil offerings.

Our culinary oils are available for purchase from November through July in our self-serve farm stand, or August through October in our full service farm stand.  Currently, our sunflower oil is available at most farmer's markets that we attend.  We have 16.9 oz bottles for sale as well as a refill station to refill an already purchased bottle or a container of your choosing.

Sunflower Oil

New Bottle

16.9 oz bottle $16.00 each

8.5 oz bottle $10.00 each (available seasonally)

Refills

16.9 oz  $12.00 each

8.5 oz bottle $6.00 each

Bring Your Own Bottle : per ounce $.75

 

CSA

Eggs Guaranteed

Join our egg CSA to be guaranteed the freshest eggs all year round.  Pre-purchase three months at a time receive one dozen per week and choose your farm pick up day.

$65 per 3-month cycle (13 weeks)

$130 for 2 dozen per week for 3 months

January - March

April - June

July - September 

October - December 

Proration available for late sign-ups

 

Farm Share Card

Our way of letting you personalize your Meat CSA!

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Purchasing a card allows you to:

Select your own lamb and/or pork cuts

Be flexible on when you want to restock your freezer

Try other products the farm produces like our delicious chicken eggs & sunflower oil

Get rewarded with $15 extra to spend!

$250 to get started

We will automatically load an extra $15 onto your card

*once purchased, card is reloadable for continued use

**you will receive an extra $15 for every $250 loaded onto the card

To Order Your Card

Email info@coppalhousefarm.com with the following info:

Full Name

Mailing Address

Phone Number

*please put "Farm Share" in the subject line

To Use Your Card

Place an online order through the link at the top of this page

or

call 603-659-3572 to Schedule a Time to shop

You can also visit any Farmers Market we attend!

*see farmers market section on this page for our current markets

**Card value never expires