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              Welcome to Cracked An Egg Farm, located in the beautiful Vermont countryside. We offer a great selection of show and breeder quality livestock, meats, and eggs. Our farm has been operational since 2004 and we pride ourselves on growing meats that look and taste great, as well as show and breeder quality sheep and poultry. We welcome you to visit our farm by appointment to see your food grown. We love seeing our returning customers as well as making new friends! We would love to have you visit - just call or email us to set an appointment! Thank You!

Meat CSA DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR

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About Us

Hi everyone! I'm Meaghan, the owner and operator here at Cracked an Egg Farm. 2004 our family farm started with school hatching chicks...which turned out to be turkeys! I fell in love with farming as our family decided to add more livestock. Sheep and poultry farming became my passion. I grew up showing in 4-H and was apart of FFA. I now breed registered show and breeder quality animals. In my spare time I love to needle felt, snowmobile, ice skate, and ice fish. I also fell in love with mini dachshunds at a young age. My family bred chocolate labs and after learning everything I could about breeding, they decided I could get a few dachshunds to start my own breeding program at age 13. 

 

I'm Nick, I grew up in Brandon, VT and recently moved to East Dover after marrying Meaghan. I've been on a fire department since I was 18 and a soldier in the Army National Guard since I was 22. I love working on motorcycles, Ford trucks, wheelers, and sleds. In my free time, I enjoy going to off road events and firefighter training classes. I'm the jack-of-all-trades around the farm. If something needs building or fixing, that's where I come in.

Shave em' to Save em'

   The Livestock Conservancy created the Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em Initiative. This program recognizes fiber artists for using wool from breeds on their Conservation Priority List while connecting shepherds of heritage breeds with customers. 
       We are participating in the "shave em' to save em'' program from the livestock conservancy!- we have both cotswold and clun forest sheep.

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