Formerly,Bar None Ranch, of Berlin, NY, we are now Climbing Tree Farm, of New Lebanon. We raise PASTURED POULTRY, LAMB, GRASS-FED BEEF, and WOODLAND/PASTURE-RAISED, MILK-FED PORK. We keep our animals true to their instincts- letting our pigs dig, our chickens range, our sheep graze. We feed rotationally graze on pasture and silvo-pasture (in the woods). We work with a local dairy to feed our pigs Jersey milk. We are conscientious stewards of the land, and our animals.

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Friday, February 15, 2013



Traditionally lambs come on the coldest days. They seem to love foul weather. These sweet little ewes (girls) were born as the snowstorm “Nemo," approached. One of my favorite parts of farming is that it encourages us to spend time outside at times of day and in weather that we might ordinarily miss. When the wind is snarling and the snow is biting it can be hard to make ourselves go out before bed to “count sheep,”, but once I am out the quiet and the crisp air almost always make me feel more alive, especially when I get to meet brand new lambs.
Mother and Daughters

About 8 hours old/

Aspiring Sheep MIdwife

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