Doo-Bee-Doo farm is a newer farm, founded in 2018, located in Lee, NH. The farm was started by two friends who met studying agriculture at the University of New Hampshire. It’s located on a 125 acre historic horse farm and Doo-Bee-Doo covers 1-2 acres (they started with 1 acre but are looking to expand in 2019 to 2 acres). They have a focus on intensified organic vegetable production and a passion in growing fresh and healthy food which is also beneficial to the environment. Shelby Anderson and Tyler Murray, the owners, focus on soil health by utilizing cover crops, which builds soil organic matter, and by planting pollinator habitats for their bees. No synthetic fertilizers or pesticides are used and they follow organic growing practices entirely. You can find a comprehensive produce list of their offerings here.
You can find them at the Portsmouth farmers’ market for the remainder of the season and at the Rollinsford farmers’ markets in the winter. They always offer a friendly face at markets and are passionate about the product they offer to customers (they have some really creative a beautiful creations with their garlic and flowers too!). They are a member of the Three River Farmer’s Alliance. They also offer a CSA option for individuals interested and you can find more information here.