About Caledonia Farm

Caledonia Farm is a diversified farm offering pasture raised beef, chicken and eggs to promote healthy eating and increase food security and transparency through a localized economy. We collaborate with Burnshirt Valley Farm and offer  their naturally-raised pork to customers at our markets.

Our mission is to produce the cleanest, healthiest beef, chicken and eggs using our farm’s natural resources to their fullest. To be transparent in what we do, to be financially healthy and sell directly to our customers. To promote research and self sufficiency, particularly in energy production and low-impact farming methods.

Our products:
-Premium dry-aged pasture raised beef
-True free-range broilers
-True free-range eggs

Research projects and community centered work:
-We work locally to increase food security for our disadvantaged.
-We seek to reduce our use of non-renewable fossil fuel use by using waste vegetable oil as fuel for our diesel equipment and as feedstock for our farm-produced biodiesel.
-We are exploring the use of syn-gas from wood chips to power some of our equipment.
-We will expand our crop base into sunflowers to produce our own oil for use as a fuel and feedstock for biodiesel.Contact:
(978) 355-4519
caledoniafarm@charter.net

Our farm is nestled in the upland hills of Worcester County with mineral rich soils and abundant rainfall, which can sustain a wonderfully productive mix of grasses and other grazable plants. Our  maze of fences, fields and pastures looks different every week. All of our animals move frequently to new areas to allow the grass to recover and receive the sanitizing and renewing effects of the sun and rain.

What we produce

About the farmer
David Petrovick brings a variety of skills and philosophies to farming. With a keen eye on how all the natural cycles affect one another, Dave brings his powers of observation, patience and critical thought to integrate grass and grazing animals within the cycles of Nature. David is a student of the biological nature of life, and works hard to further refine and improve the farm. Dave is very sensitive to issues of animal welfare, environmental health, energy conservation and independence, consumer health and economic sustainability. With an eye on balance along with formal training and experience in biology, chemistry and animal and plant science, Dave can meld science and craft together toward a healthy and respectful end: wholesome, clean and healthy food.

Thank you for the opportunity to supply you with the freshest, cleanest food possible!
 

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