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About Cascade Brook Farm

About Cascade Brook Farm-Cindy Ed and Bond 20160601

The farm is fully owned and operated by Ed and Cindy Canane with assistance from Neil Martlew. Our goals include maintaining a clean and stress free environment for all our animals while producing the best possible food we can.

In July 2017 we opened our farm to overnight quests. If you would like to stay on the farm, check out or new Airbnb.

180+ owned acres of managed forest, grasslands and wetlands in North Sutton and New London, New Hampshire.

Active in industry organizations such as Vermont Beef Producers Association (Director), Vermont Grass Farmers (Member) and American Angus Association (Member).

Beef Quality Assurance” Certified by the PA BQA. NH and VT do not have a certification program.

We grow and sell quality Black Angus Beef.

USDA Grass Fed Certification

USDA Grass Fed Certification – First SVS producer in the USA to achieve this certification.

 

About Us FAQ

Can we visit Cascade Brook Farm?

Yes. We encourage people to know exactly how flavorful and healthy beef can be created humanely, with passion and provided safely to your dinner table. Whether it be from our farm or any other. We will provide you with a tour that is intended to be educational and fun. No sales, no cost, no requirements, just enjoy your time on the farm. To arrange for a tour, Contact Us or call (603) 496-7470 for an appointment. To purchase a side or whole animal from us, a farm visit and tour is required.

What does a tour of the farm consist of?

Our farm tour consists of visiting all the animals and their habitats. We discuss the unique and similar aspects of each species, their feeding protocols, fencing and much more. It is intended to be an educational and enjoyable experience. A tour takes about 2-3 hours. It is not a sales event and there is no charge. People who have come for a tour usually leave with a much keener sense of what a farm can and should be.

Where is Sutton, NH?

Sutton is a rural community that is just off of I-89, bordered by Warner to the south and New London to the north. Our town is about a half hour ride from Concord, NH and only 10 minutes from New London, NH. We are close to both Mount Kearsarge and Mount Sunapee.