Hours & LocationOPEN Sundays 11 am to 5 pm OR By Appointment 908.362.9842
and by appointment.
Connect With Us!
Read Ruth Reichl’s Review of Voodoo Farm Chicken
Meet Us!We will be at The Carriage House on May 3rd from 11 am to 4 pm! You can sign up for the CSA or pick up a Mother's Day Box or just chat about chickens! 27 Main Street, Blairstown, NJ
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Voodoo Farm operates the voodoochickenfarm.com site which provides the service. This page is used to inform website visitors regarding our policies with the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information if anyone decided to use our Service. If you choose … Continue reading
Grab those old cans, yogurt containers, and ricotta cheese cups and get thee to the seed shop. Here’s a list of seeds to begin now, indoors to be transplanted after the last frost date which is anywhere from May … Continue reading
We’ve become a society where pound for pound, chicken is now cheaper than bread. Living in such a food system comes at a price: obesity, hypertension and diabetes are just some of the results of an unsustainable, processed food system. … Continue reading
Due to the increase of interest in our chicken, we have been steadily growing this past month, adding more birds, coops etc. Chickens will be available in July through the CSA. Also please check out the article on our … Continue reading
When you need peace and quiet, this is the place to be.
We are pleased to announce that we are now carrying cutting boards from Black Rooster Farm in Frelinghuysen, NJ. These rustic cutting boards were harvested and milled in Frelinghuysen, from a 200-year-old red oak downed by Hurricane Sandy. They are … Continue reading
Voodoo Farm is actively seeking a vegetable farmer to join our CSA! If you are a farmer in Warren or Sussex counties or PA seeking more exposure and to expand your business, please give us a call (908)362-9842. We are … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we are pairing with the Blairstown Inn this Sunday January 17, 2016 with a roasted chicken dinner! Get in out of the cold and stop by for a literal farm to table experience. Voodoo … Continue reading
It has come to our attention that very few (if any) local restaurants use locally produced and processed meat. If you are a restaurant looking for delicious chicken meat, carcasses for soups, or liver for pate, please give us a … Continue reading