Getting after it!
While using a bucket of grain can be an effective tool to move a pig, our friend here is just chowing down on whatever scraps are left in this bucket.
At Proctor-Hall Farm we raise our pigs with the guiding principle and mission to provide affordable, high-quality, locally and humanely raised meat. We source our piglets from other small farmers in Connecticut. Our pigs are raised on a combination of pasture, grain, and fresh well water.
Proctor-Hall Farm was founded in 2013 by the Warren brothers Scott and Daniel with the commitment to preserving the agricultural heritage of Eastern Connecticut and stemming the tide of residential suburban sprawl. As property owners and members of the community, we take our obligation of land stewardship seriously, and it is reflected in our work. The farm name bears each of the brothers ancestral middle names.
Whole and half pigs are available through our business relationship with E&J Farm in Windham, CT (custom slaughtering and processing.
Individual cuts of pork can be ordered directly through Proctor-Hall Farm. We work with fellow Nutmeggers J. Lattella & Sons and Barretta Provision to provide USDA-inspected cuts.
SUMMER IS HERE!
Are you planning a pig roast this summer, or are just looking to be fully stocked for the grilling season? Give us a call and see what we have in stock!
We will be at the following farmers markets this summer:
Andover: Fridays 3:30pm - 6:30pm starting June 17th.
Willimantic: Saturdays 8am - 12pm starting May 28th.
Coventry: June 5th 11am - 2pm.