Located in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, just across the PA state line, Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse is an award winning, widely respected multi-faceted business and 186 acre preserved regenerative farm which includes a beautiful stone 1820’s five-bedroom farmhouse, an additional 3 bedroom home, three barns which include a storefront, a bakehouse for breadmaking, and a creamery for cheese making. This sale also includes 140 head of cattle, a John Deere tractor, and all the bread and cheese making equipment. The farm is located just over 1 hour from New York City and Philadelphia metropolitan areas and minutes from Bucks County, PA.
The cows are on a field rotation and their milk is used to make cheese and 100% grass fed beef for sale. Bobolink also has suckled veal and whey fed pork which is sold at 7 regional farmers markets, via mail order and at the farm store. A large barn in the back is used to store up to 650 round bales of hay. An additional machine shed is used for tractor and other equipment storage. The farm owners’ goals over the past 20 years have been to improve the soil health, and produce healthful and delicious products from humanely raised farm animals using regenerative farming techniques that do not rely on fertilizers, pesticides, or fossil fuels.
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The main barn with includes the storefront, milking parlor, creamery, wood-fired oven and cheese cave. A large hay barn that can store up to 650 round bales. A storage barn for tractor and other supplies and a garage for truck or other vehicles.
John Deere tractor, 3 vans for transporting the products to market, bread and cheese making equipment, milking parlor, creamery, Alan Scott inspired wood-fired oven, cheese cave, and storefront.