White Gate Farm

White Gate Farm

White Gate Farm specializes in fresh organic produce, poultry, eggs, and flowers. Situated in Southeastern Connecticut on 100 acres of lovely New England landscape, it is a great destination for shopping at our farm stand, visiting the animals and seeing a small family farm that above all values the health of its customers and the environment.

At the Farm Stand

Available at our Farm Stand:

  • Tomatoes 
  • Broccoli
  • Bok choy
  • Cabbage
  • Lettuce
  • Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes
  • Pizzas at Noon
  • Winter Squash
  • Garlic
  • Scallions
  • Leeks
  • Fresh Fettucine
  • Carrots
  • Hakurei (White Salad) Turnips & delicious Greens
  • Kale 
  • Eggs -- All Colors! 
  • Morning Glory Muffins
  • Vinaigrette
  • Farm to Hearth Bread
  • Beet Hummus
  • Carrot Hummus
  • Garlic Scape Pesto
  • Kale Pesto
  • Iced tea
  • Cato Corner Cheese
  • Shelburne Farms Cheddar Cheese
  • Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies
  • Deep Dish Quiche on Saturdays
  • Carrot Thumbprint Cookies
  • Whole pastured organic roasting chickens (in the freezer).  Approx 4.5 lbs.  Price is $5.50/lb.  
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Happy October!

The farm stand -- now double in size -- is bursting with delicious gorgeous produce and mouth-watering pastries and other creations from the farm kitchen.  We will continue on our Wednesday & Saturday schedule until December 21. 

We want you to come visit, but please be aware that the bridge-rebuilding project at Route 1 and Upper Pattagansett has begun.  An alternate route from the south is either off 156 onto Beaverbrook or off Route 1 onto Scott Road.

You can now reserve and/or purchase THANKSGIVING TURKEYS.  They are between 13 and 21 lbs and cost $6/lb.  The deposit to reserve is $50, which you can now pay under "Eggs and Poultry" where you can also enter your target weight.

All about reserving and purchasing turkeys:  First of all, our birds are certified organic and raised on the pasture with their organic food augmented by grass, bugs and organic produce.  This year we are raising only Broad Breasted Whites which we have found to be hardier and just as delicious as the bronze ones. Because we have to harvest them early, they will all be frozen by Thanksgiving, but still produce a tender juicy roasted turkey that is low in fat.  While we want to know the size you desire, that is not totally confirmed until you actually collect the bird, when you pay the balance.

Wednesday November 2 Emily Florentino (Kids instructor) and Paco Rodriguez (Farm Chef) team up to teach Hearty Autumn Plant-based Cuisine.  This class is SOLD OUT.

Sunday November 6 will be a retreat in the Farm house led by Laura Jarvis of Pure Possibilities.  For information, email her at purepossibilities@outlook.com.

Sunday November 13 Tami Grooney offers a Demonstration and Dinner Event: Moroccan Mezze.  For details and sign up, click on Farm Classes.

Kids' Classes: Emily Florentino's classes are a sensation!  Typically they include a farm activity (harvesting something or visiting lambs or chickens), creating two or three healthy delicious things (beet brownies are a favorite), a craft and a game. Children have several creations + recipes to take home.  Classes last 2 hours and cost $48 per child.  BACK TO SCHOOL PACKAGE: Buy 5 classes for $198, redeemable within 1 year. The next possible kids' class times are the following:

Saturdays 2 to 4:  10/15 or 10/29
Wednesdays 4 to 6:
 10/12 or 10/26

Please email me which date(s) you are interested in.

The flock of 145 laying hens is in the movable chicken palace in the lake field across the road from the farm, and 9 lambs are in their pasture and love to be fed carrot tops and even patted through the fence.  

   Be sure to plan a PICNIC while the warm days last.  There is seating on the terrace under the umbrellas or you can grab a picnic blanket from the farm stand. You are welcome to tour the grounds, visit the animals and enjoy the farm! 


                  Pauline & the Fantastic Farm Team


PS.  A note about WEDDINGS:  Although, let's face it, this farm would be the perfect venue .... we currently do not have permission from the Town to host weddings or in fact any dinners for more than 50 people, and no amplified outdoor music whatsoever.   We are confident that this will change some day, but for now we are turning down all large or even medium sized wedding opportunities.