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Windmist Farm
George & Martha Neale & Family
71 Weeden Lane
Jamestown, RI 02835
Tel: 401-423-9767
mneale13@gmail.com

Website:
www.windmistfarm.com
Products:
  • Grass-fed Beef
  • Pasture-raised Pork
  • Pasture-raised Chicken
  • Pasture-raised Lamb
  • Pasture-raised Goat
  • Fresh Eggs
  • Seasonal Flowers

ISLAND FARMS - Windmist Farm
Proudly selling naturally raised beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and goat.

Windmist Farm on Jamestown RI is known for its locally grown meat products and spectacular landscape. We believe in providing our community with a healthy and safe source of food. The meats that you buy here at the farm are naturally raised on grass which means that they are free from the pesticides and herbicides found in your local store bought brand. Studies have shown that grass fed beef has less fat which means that you are buying more meat per pound here at the farm. It also has more vitamin E, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and a number of health-promoting fats, including omega-3 fatty acids. This translates into a better value for your health and your wallet.

We are working hard to maintain a viable source of locally raised meat products that we would like you to come and enjoy. Our products include grass fed beef, pasture raised pork, goat, sheep and chicken. Come pick out just the right package for dinner tonight or to save for later in the week. Fresh eggs and seasonally available flowers, cider, and turkeys are also offered. While at the farm take a walk around to visit with the animals and take in the view. Learn more about us, take a look at our photo gallery, or contact us.

Products:

Beef, veal, chicken, pork, goat, lamb, eggs. Seasonally cider, turkey and flowers.

Availability:
Our retail hours are Fridays 3-6 and Saturdays 10-4.

About Windmist Farm

Windmist Farm is one of the more visible farms on beautiful Conanicut Island (more commonly called Jamestown) located in the middle of Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island. The land has been farmed since colonial times and George Neale started keeping cows here in the early 1960's when he was just a kid. It was in the early 90's that he said to his wife, Martha, that he would like to get one of those "oreo" cows. Now from the original three Belted Galloway cows Windmist Farm is becoming known for its large herd of "belties" seen contentedly grazing in the shadow of the Newport Bridge. With the help of their four children, the Neales also raise Boer goats, Katahdin sheep, Americuna chickens, heritage pigs, and more. Their hope is to be able to provide healthy local meat products to their community.

Windmist Farm was Eastern Rhode Island Conservation District "Conservation Farm of the Year in 2005".

In 2007 Windmist Farm was preserved as agricultural land forever due to the efforts and money provided by dedicated individuals, the good people of the Town of Jamestown who floated a bond to help with the purchase, the state and federal governments, the Champlin Foundation and The Nature Conservancy. To all those who had a part in this-Thank you! It is a gift to all of us. The fact that the farm and its great vistas will be agrarian on into the far future means more than we will ever know.