The Parsons’ Farm was purchased by Chet’s grandfather, William Galusha Parsons, in 1919. It has a long history of raising quality farm products, including milk, beef, eggs, vegetables, and now lamb. Chet and Kate purchased the farm in 1973. In their quest to learn and understand sheep production, they have traveled the world to explore farming techniques and practices. Their travels have led them to Canada, South Africa, Greece, Norway, New Zealand and Germany.


The Parsons’ Farm celebrated its 100-year anniversary on August 10, 2019.  They were awarded The Vermont Century Farms Award by the Vermont Farm Bureau recognizing the farm for being in the Parsons’ family for 100 years.






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The Parsons' Farm

About Us..

​​We produce natural Vermont lamb.  

  • Our lambs are grass fed with hay...no commercial grains are used.
  • No antibiotics or hormones are used in the production of our lambs.
  • Our lamb is processed locally under USDA or Vermont state inspection.
  • To ensure the highest quality and taste our lamb is fresh frozen.