Abby Sadauckas & Jake Galle
Bowdoinham Maine
948-3022 / 409-2035
info at applecreekfarm . me

Where to Find Us

TUESDAYBrunswick Farmers Market
39 Pleasant Street
8 AM -12:00 PM
Eggs & Meat
FRIDAYMerry Meeting Kitchen
39 Burbank Avenue
11 AM – 2 PMOrder & Pick-up
FRIDAYBrunswick Farmers Market
39 Pleasant Street
8 AM – 12:00 PMOrder & Pick-up
Eggs & Meat
116 Maquoit Rd
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Order & Pick-up
Eggs & Meat
SUNDAYApple Creek Farm
538 Millay Road
10 AM – 12:00 PMOrder & Pick-up

About Us

Jake and Abby moved to Bowdoinham in January of 2014 assuming management of Apple Creek Farm. The farm enterprises include certified organic, grass-fed beef, lamb and goat.  In addition, the farm produces certified organic, pasture-raised broiler chickens, geese and turkeys. Other farm products include certified organic eggs, cashmere, wool, goat hides and sheepskins.

Though Jake grew up on the the land we now farm, his travels after college included stints at artists residencies across the country and farming experiences gained at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and at Smith Meadows Farm in Berryville, VA – a grass-based livestock farm raising beef cows, sheep, hogs, layers and broilers. When Jake moved back to Maine in May of 2009 he wanted to farm the land where he grew up. He began to manage the herd of cows and flock of sheep with Pete, his father, and part-time help from his brother Arek who lives in Rhode Island.

At this time he also reconnected with a fellow artist-farmer, Abby Sadauckas. Abby grew up in the rural Pennsylvania town of Hop Bottom. Abby had started her own farm, Bacon Brook Farmstead in 2009 where she raised organic North American cashmere goats. In 2010 Abby and Jake began farming together by raising broilers and geese for markets in Brunswick.

In 2014 Abby and Jake purchased 70 acres of land adjacent to the original, “home” farm. They call this spot, North Ridge and in 2018 moved into their new farmhouse there. This location is becoming the center of the farm’s operations with a hoophouse for laying hens, a new house for growing broiler chickens coming in 2020 and a renovation in progress for a farm store to open in summer 2020. Pick-up your order at the farm on a Sunday and see all the happenings!

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