Mayfair Farm

5 out of 5

Reviews (2)

We are a small scale, diversified family farm and kitchen in Harrisville, NH. With many years of experience in farming and cooking, Craig and Sarah bring you the highest quality meats, artisanal sausage, and gourmet foods in Southern New Hampshire.

We raise all natural beef, chicken, lamb, pork and turkey on pasture and locally sourced, non-GMO grains. We currently have raspberries and strawberries (you-pick in season). In the coming years our orchard will also produce apples and pears, blackberries and blueberries. In 2014 we're growing a variety of tomatoes in our hoop house.

In our state licensed commercial kitchen, we do our best to use ingredients that we either raise ourselves or source from other local farmers, creating a variety high-quality prepared entrees, baked goods, artisanal sausages, and meats which we sell in our Farm Store. We also create personalized menus for catered events and offer farm to table dinners.

Harrisville Farmers Market, Fridays, June 20 through August 29th. Located on Main Street in front of the Granite Mill.\n\nFresh Chicks Market in Peterborough Mondays 11-3 (occasional vendor).\n
5 out of 5

Mayfair Farm's commitment to providing a quality product and excellent customer service makes them stand out even in an area with many local family farms. Each of Craig's house-made sausages is delicious and distinctive. I've purchased many cuts of their grass-fed meats, often prepared as Craig suggests, and have never been disappointed. I also love the selection of prepared foods in the freezer. The soups, pasta, enchiladas, etc. are tasty, healthy, and affordable, and Sarah caters to all sorts of dietary restrictions. Mayfair is my favorite local source for ingredients and prepared foods!


Fabulous artisanal sausage and meats offered at this beautiful farm in Harrisville, NH. Beef, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb, eggs, too, humanely raised. Happy animals with space to play and roam. This is the place for meat if you value where your meat comes from, how it's raised and, last but not least, tastiness!