Grass Fed Beef
Raw Cow & Goat Milk
Devon Cattle - Vizslas - Nigerian Dwarf Goats
Katahdin Sheep - Large Black Hogs
Chris & Wendy Russell
843 Bear Hill Rd
Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
|Available at Widdershins
100% Grass Fed Beef Vac Sealed & Frozen
Ground Beef, Stew Meat, Steaks & Roasts
Individual pieces or sides available.
New product 3/30/13
Click here to see our price list.
Raw Cow & Goat Milk
Widdershins is a state licensed dairy.
We are taking new milk patrons.
Goat milk is available seasonally
May to Nov.
Cow milk is available year round.
Farm store open Sundays 12 - 4 or by appt.
207-564-7926 or email@example.com
Custom raised steers, lambs and hogs
reservations being taken for 2014.
|We are members of:
Maine Highland Farmers
American Devon Cattle Assoc.
Maine Livestock Exhibitors
Vizsla Club of Central New England
|This site created and maintained
by Wendy Russell.
Last update May 11, 2013
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|At Widdershins we practice sustainable agriculture and feel it is
important to keep small farms viable and food local.
We strive to keep our impact on the land minimal,
and to provide quality grass-fed beef, milk, pasture raised
pork & poultry as well as quality breeding stock,
to people interested in eating and living better with local food.
The vizslas are our house & hunting companions and we provide our
Devon cattle, Katahdin sheep and Nigerian Dwarf goats & Large Black hogs
with comfortable, natural and humane environments.
A fine disposition, correct type and the ability to do the job they were
intended for is foremost in our minds when breeding our animals.
We occasionally have vizsla puppies, Nigerian Dwarf kids,
Devon cattle & piglets for sale, as well as our grass-fed beef,
raw cow & goat milk and Katahdin sheep & lambs.
Widdershins is located in Central Maine, approximately
2 hours north of Portland, ME,
45 minutes northwest of Bangor, ME and 4.5 hours north of Boston.
Widdershins was recognized by the Piscataquis County
Soil & Water Conservation
District as Cooperators or the Year for 2010.
|Nigerian Dwarf Goat