Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make changes to my Monthly subscription?

Click the link below to login into your customer portal. There you will be able to edit your monthly order or skip your next payment.

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How do I sign up for the monthly subscriptions?

Simply place your first order of subscription items and you’re in! Each month you will be reminded of billing and your opportunity to edit or skip your monthly subscription. You can choose on-farm pick-up or home delivery within our delivery radius! Local Food just got easier.

Where do you deliver?

Delivery is available for our CSA monthly subscribers only. 

We now deliver our CSA monthly subscriptions to a whopping 47 zip codes throughout RI and CT. If your home is not in our delivery area, you might try your workplace instead. And you can still order for pickup at our farm! (We’re at 366 C Victory Highway, Exeter, RI and our convenient PIN-based system means you can pick up any time that works for you, once your box is packed.) Please also feel free to reach out and let us know that you would love to see your zip code added!

Delivery first Wednesday of each month:

02804, 02813, 02818, 02822, 02832, 02833, 02852, 02874, 02879, 02881, 02882, 02883, 02891, 02892, 02898, 06355, 06378, 06379

Delivery second Wednesday of each month:

02806, 02809, 02835, 02840, 02842, 02860, 02861, 02862

02863, 02865, 02871, 02885, 02886, 02888, 02903, 02904, 02905, 02906, 02907, 02908, 02909, 02910, 02911, 02912, 02914, 02915, 02916, 02920

The delivery fee of $9.95 helps us pay for labor, vehicle, and gas. You'll automatically get free delivery if your order is over $200! No minimum order requirements!

Can I order without subscribing?

Absolutely! We have a limited selection of our inventory available for one time orders. These orders are packed and ready for you in our convenient on farm pick-up shed. Our PIN based system means you can come any day or time to pick up your order once it’s ready! Local Food just got easier.

Can I visit the farm?

Yes! We love getting to see you in person. However, we are not open for unscheduled drop-by visits due to the other private homes we share the farm with. We host several on-farm events each year (follow us on social media and sign up for our newsletter to get notified) and welcome you to reach out to schedule your small group tours. Online Store customers & CSA members are also welcome to come out to the farm to pick up orders.

What do you feed the animals?

All of our animals live on pasture, with access to soil, sunshine, and fresh air.
Cattle: Our Cattle are 100% grass-fed & finished, meaning they only ever eat grass and other nutrient-dense forages growing in our pastures.

Chicken: Chickens need grain supplemented in their diet to thrive. Our partner farm, Normanton Farms, is dedicated to only feeding our chickens with the highest quality organic grain available. It is certified organic grain pellets specifically designed for their dietary needs sourced from a small grain mill in Vermont. This organic grain mixture includes corn, wheat, soybeans, and barley.

Pigs: Our pigs live out on pasture and are rotated to fresh forage weekly. Pigs are monogastric animals that can not thrive solely on grass. So we supplement our certified organic, heritage breed, Berkshire hogs with high-quality certified organic grain from a small grain mill in Vermont. The grain ration includes organic corn, wheat, soybeans, and barley.

Do you vaccinate any of your animals?

No, we don’t use any mRNA vaccines.  Our pigs and chickens do not receive any type of vaccines.  Our cattle do receive a clostridial vaccine as calves, to protect against the most common cattle diseases.

What restaurants have Wild Harmony Farm on the menu?

Mystic, CT

  • Nana’s Bakery & Pizza
  • Oyster Club
  • Port of Call

Newport, RI 

  • Giusto
  • The Vanderbilt

Providence, RI 

  • Oberlin

Wakefield, RI 

  • New Wave Kitchen
  • Purslane
  • Duck Press

Westerly, RI 

  • Nana’s Bakery & Pizza

Why is your meat frozen?

The main reason is that it is actually fresher this way! The meat is processed at a USDA inspected facility, and is frozen immediately, which means that when you thaw it, it’s still at peak freshness.

How can I stretch my budget while buying Wild Harmony Farm products?

One way to do this is by making meals that allow the meat to make more servings and/or buying items that are most cost-effective.

Some recipe ideas include:

  • Chili
  • Shepherds pie
  • Rice bowls
  • Ramen
  • Tacos
  • Soup
  • Gyros
  • Stir fry
  • Pie
  • Casseroles
  • Stuffed peppers
  • Stuffed squash
  • Beef Stroganoff
  • Meatloaf
  • Salisbury steak
  • Salads with protein on top

Most cost-effective products

  • Ground pork/beef
  • Whole chicken
  • Beef shank
  • Pork hock