195 Isaac Frye Hwy. Wilton, NH 03086 Google Map 603-654-6082/ 603-721-6426


Our pigs truly get to be pigs as they move through the fields and woods of the farm!

At the Temple-Wilton Community Farm our pigs range free in forest and pasture land where they can forage as nature intended. Through our land management system we revitalize unproductive or forgotten farm and woodlands by allowing our pigs to do what they do best--root and forage (and inevitably bring smiles to people's faces).  Our pigs turn up and fertilize overgrown or barren land, helping turn it back into productive fields and forests.  Pigs are nature's plows--without the fossil fuels!

What makes our pork taste so good?  It's the result of a truly diverse diet of organic grain, whey from our cheese making operation, hay, nuts, berries, grass and clovers, and leaves and roots.  And though we can't really quantify it, anyone who visits our pig operation and observes the pigs in action can see that the happiness of our pigs has a very real connection to our healthy, tasty pork.  We give our pigs the best life possible with the least amount of stress, which makes life good for both pigs and the people who raise them.  If you choose to eat pork, then our way of raising meat pigs is sure to please your conscience and your palate.

Our pasture-raised pork is available in a variety of retail cuts in our farm store.  We also take orders for half and whole pigs, which many people find more convenient and economical to purchase.  Our pigs are processed humanely under USDA inspection at The Local Butcher (Center Barnstead, NH).

We take great pride in our pigs and in the gift of their meat.

Photo(s) added: JacobOctober 23rd, 2016

New photo added:

New aerial photo of TWCF farmlands available for viewingMarch 9th, 2016

Now you can see the breadth of our various farmlands up here on Abbot Hill.  From Gage Field to Randi's Field, from the top of Frye Field down to the Hidden Meadow that once was a peach orchard a

New Showcase: Cheesemaking at Abbot Hill CreameryMarch 2nd, 2016

Click here to view the showcase.


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