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Meet Phil's Farm in Eliot

November 7, 2019

Meet Phil Cuddeback of Phil's Farm in Eliot. Cuddeback grows MOFGA-certified organic vegetables for the farm's CSA and for summer farmers’ markets in Portsmouth, Kittery and York.

Photo by Liars Bench Beer Company


Take Action on Origin of Livestock

October 30, 2019

MOFGA has positive news to report on our work to fight for organic integrity: The USDA is taking action to finalize the Dairy Origin of Livestock (OOL) rule. This rule is a critical step in ensuring that all organic dairy producers play by the same rules, and once the rule is implemented, it will ensure that conventional dairy herds can be transitioned to organic only one time, rather than the continuous transition that some certifiers currently allow.




Meet Apple Creek Farm in Bowdoinham

October 17, 2019

Meet Abby Sadauckas and Jake Galle of Apple Creek Farm in Bowdoinham. Established in 1985 by Galle's family, he and Sadauckas moved to Bowdoinham in 2014, expanded the pasture and land and now produce MOFGA-certified organic grass-fed beef, lamb and goat, as well as MOFGA-certified organic, pasture-raised broiler chickens, geese and turkeys.


Meet Scratch Farm in Bowdoin

October 10, 2019

Meet Julia and Andy McLeod and their children, Sophie and Otto, from Scratch Farm in Bowdoin. In addition to growing MOFGA-certified organic vegetables, they specialize in farm boxes filled with Scratch Farm grown, MOFGA-certified vegetables, fruit and herbs.

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