Compost

As spring approaches our thoughts turn to compost at Bridgmont Farm.  No, really.  We use food waste from a local college’s dining halls and horse manure from their stables in combination with our cattle and goat manure.   It’s bountiful with red worms that digest the organics in the mix and break it down . We have the compost for sale, self-serve, at the home farm for $6. a bag ( about 35-40 pounds). This can be found up near our house and the farm store.  (Up the drive way at 71 Chesterfield Rd).

We can also load your truck or wagon, by appointment, 527-6193, with our loader, which gives you about a yard per tractor bucket for $40.