Address: 8417 N Foothills Hwy, Boulder CO 80302 / (303) 719-4484
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About Us / Serendipity Farm History: We are Scott and Melissa, founders of Serendipity Farm, near Boulder, Colorado.
Our dream has been to have a place to grow as much of our own food as possible, and in a sustainable way that brings us into closer harmony with what we eat. And here we are! We have 4 acres of pasture with gardens and a small orchard about 4 miles north of Boulder at the base of the foothills and have llamas, chickens, turkeys, pigs, orchards, and gardens.
Why Serendipity? We came upon this farm in 2013 under the most serendipitous circumstances and as we built it up, serendipitous events continued to find us. Serendipity Farm just made sense.
As we have researched animals and breeds for the farm, we found ourselves having a preference for heritage breeds – breeds that do well living free range and able to forage for much of their food. Somehow that got extended to choosing breeds that are endangered or threatened. Among our animal kingdom, we have endangered Icelandic chickens, rare Black Copper Maran chickens that lay rich chocolate colored eggs, and endangered Large Black Hogs.
We invite others to visit the farm to see our birds and experience the harmony we have between nature and the animals. We offer hands-on classes for those that want to experience and learn, and we even offer B&B packages on AirBnB.com.
We support other farmers by having a cooperative with produce from Kilt Farms, Wheat from Farmer John, Honey from Lizzie Bee honey and other farms when we or they run out of a farm item.