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Springfield Farm is no ordinary place, and the Smith, Lafferty and Webb families are by no means traditional farmers.

Sustainable agricultural methods are practiced where the animals are given nothing which is not natural – no hormones, antibiotics, chemicals, etc. All animals are offered free-range during the grass growing season.

29 Nov News | Comments Off

Free Bird

Free Bird

We are super excited to share a great article on Springfield Farm and our Narragansett turkeys that City Paper, a Baltimore based newspaper, has recently run. It contains an excellent insight into not just how we raise the birds, but also the birds themselves. Jenn Ladd, the author, and her photographer braved the farm during […]

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11 Oct News | Comments Off

AIWF Baltimore Presents: Farm to Chef Maryland

AIWF Baltimore Presents: Farm to Chef Maryland

Springfield Farm & Sláinte Irish Pub and Restaurant Win! We are incredibly proud to announce that Sláinte Irish Pub and Restaurant, located at 1700 Thames St., Baltimore,  MD, and Springfield Farm won BEST ENTREE at the 2012 AIWF Baltimore Presents: Farm to Chef Maryland competition. This competition pairs local farms with local chefs to produce new and […]

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15 Feb News | Comments

Chicken Run

Chicken Run

By Michael Yockel Seated behind the wheel of his golf cart, whose windshield has been playfully stenciled with the words lilly’s layers’ limo, David Smith conducts a fact-drenched tour of Springfield Farm, his 67- acre spread in Sparks, where four flocks of egg- laying, free-range chickens now range freely over snow-covered ground. He parks the […]

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15 Feb News | Comments

He is the Eggman

He is the Eggman

By Cynthia Glover Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Here, at least, standing in the softly lit interior of a turquoise trailer at Springfield Farm in northern Baltimore County, the answer is clear: the chicken. “The chicks come by mail,” says David Smith, who owns this pastured poultry farm—a small but growing trend […]

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