Sustainable & Humane Farming

Our family farm is beautifully located in a pastoral setting, nestled along a rural road surrounded by the Green Mountains in the historic town of Stowe, Vermont. Our home is a rare log beam house built in 1815 adjacent to a pair of attached barns built in 1840 and 1850, making it one of the earliest farms still existing in the Stowe valley.

Over the past 200 years, Comfort Farm has been maintained as a working farm. Until the mid-sixties it was a dairy farm followed by these recent decades as a sheep farm, and most recently dedicated to raising turkeys and bees in our apiary.

We are proud of the tradition that continues to make Comfort Farm a part of the history of farming in Vermont. It is with pride and great pleasure that we can offer YOU, our customers, the best quality lambs, turkeys, and honey that we feel is so rarely found in our world of commercial farming.

We look forward to helping you with your orders and offer our services in anyway we can to make your Comfort Farm experience as pleasurable as possible.

— The Comfort Farm Family



A section of the rustic 175-year-old
barn at Comfort Farm has been converted into a showcase for works by artists,
photographers, and sculptors. For more information, visit Eriksson Fine Art.
Visitors enjoy a day of touring Comfort Farm
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