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Click on the picture for a perfect Scottish Highlander beef stew recipe.

The Farmhouse Inn is open all year and is especially magical in winter.  

Farmers like Miles Smith Farm, Loudon,NH and Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms in Swoope, Virginia raise their cattle on grass, using rotational grazing and other fundamental principles of pasture management. Learn more about the difference between grass-fed and corn-fed beef by clicking on the picture or click here.

Changing the way we eat, One Steer at a Time. Read about how The Black Trumpet in Portsmouth, NH is changing how we eat. They recently bought an entire Scottish Highlander steer to include in their menu.  Here Bruce Dawson and Carole Soule, farm owners, sit down with Ursula, former of the farm, between them.

Miles Smith Farm Inn Living Room. Stay with us for a night or a week and you'll never want to leave. Click on "The Inn at Miles Smith Farm" for more information.

Learn about farm life. Check out Carole's blog

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Welcome to Miles Smith Farm. We raise grass fed beef.   Please use one of the links on the left to navigate through the site.