Simmons Organic Farm Rhode Island

Contact Simmons Organic Farm located in Middletown RI

1942 West Main Rd, Middletown, RI
PHONE (401) 848-9910
E-MAIL simmonsfarmri@gmail.com

Hours: Friday 3 to 6 PM, Sunday noon to 5pm.

Goat Yoga at Simmons Farm
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Petting Zoo at Simmons Farm Petting Zoo at Simmons Farm

Summer CSA at Simmons Farm
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What's New at the Simmons Organic Farm RI

Our Summer CSA. Enroll today!

The SUMMER CSA Enrollment is Open!

The 2019 Summer CSA runs from June 3 – November 25, 2019, 26 weeks. Our CSA fills up on a first come, first serve basis so don’t delay in securing your spot TODAY! Learn more.


Goat Yoga at Simmons Farm


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The mild weather has brought with it too the arrival of dairy goat kids to the farm. Watch to come over Facebook and Instagram for more photos and to learn about coming “Visit with the kids” dates! Are you following our Goat Yoga page? If not, click here.

 

 


Please follow us on Facebook for regular updates on what is happening at and around the farm.
We are also on Instagram too!



Simmons Farm
is a 120 acre Family Farm in Middletown, Rhode Island that specializes in growing traditional and heirloom produce for our Farm Stand, farmer’s markets, wholesale accounts and our own Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA). We offer pasture raised eggs, grass-fed beef, pastured pork and seasonal offerings. We make our own Farmstead Cheese in our certified on farm dairy.  We use 100% of our own goat and cow milk to make our cheese fresh on a daily basis. Wholesale accounts are welcome for the cheese. Get to know your farmer, get to know your food!


Visit and shop from us at area Farmers Markets in Newport and Providence, on Wednesday and Saturday or at the Farm during operating hours.


Learn more about Simmons Farm on this episode of Harvesting RI: “Beef, Cows Cheese” produced by Rhode Island PBS and Soren Sorensen, our farm is featured in the second half of the episode at 14:30. For more on the Harvesting Rhode Island series you may visit http://www.ripbs.org/production/local-programs/harvesting-rhode-island/