Wellington, Colorado, United States
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970-413-1211

Welcome to Split Melon Farm, providing raw milk to northern Colorado

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We are a small, family owned, family run heritage farm in Wellington Colorado.


WHOLE. NATURAL. KIND. HUMANE

What we offer:

Beautiful eggs from our French hens

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We raise two types of gorgeous French laying hens. These girls are the princesses of our farm! 


Our Silver Birchen Marans hens are a lovely, rare,heritage breed from northern France. These are hens from our own Silver Birchen rooster, Dumbledore.  We also raise Black Copper Maran hens.  Our hens lay the darkest shade of chocolate brown eggs. 


Marans eggs are highly coveted by pastry chefs and bakers for their creaminess. These eggs are often said to be the best tasting eggs in the world. Oui!

Raw milk

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We offer raw milk herdshares for those interested in this natural superfood. We currently have two gorgeous milk cows. Both of our girls run the show at our farm and are utterly pampered so that they provide us with incredibly delicious raw milk. They are both very friendly, love treats and visitors.


 Our milk is tested monthly and posted for our herdshare members.  

Pastured pork, lamb and beef

We are taking reservations for this years lamb and pork orders to be fulfilled Fall of 2019. 


Reserve your whole or half today. Holiday hams, Prime ribs, Crown rack of lamb.... this year will be your best holiday season yet!


Send us an email and find out how....

2019 Price List


Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Get added to our contact list or schedule a visit!

Drop a quick line to be added to our contact list. Or give me a call and schedule a farm visit.


We wholeheartedly believe that everyone, especially kids, should know where their food comes from. Respecting the animals and understanding the process of raising food is why we welcome our customers by appointment to visit us on the farm.

Split Melon Farm

17095 Mars Hill Lane, Wellington, Colorado 80549, United States

970-413-1211

Hours

Afternoon farm chores and dinner time keep all of us busy during the afternoon and evening hours so, I like to keep visits during the day but will make an effort to be available in the evenings on Friday or Saturday if that’s the only time you can come to the farm.