Clough Tavern Farm, home of Two Sisters’ Garlic, a flock of Scottish Blackface Sheep, chickens, pick your own Raspberry Patch, pastures and managed forestland is a small family farm in Canterbury, NH. Established and owned by the Clough family from 1735 to 1951 and now owned by the Scanlon family since 1964, it is one of the oldest and historically significant properties in town. The farm is operated as a sustainable agriculture business founded on a conscientious farming philosophy. The choice of such diverse crops and animals was made to compliment and support the land, kitchen and well-being of the owners. Garlic is seasonally available as fresh, cured and processed - from scapes in mid-June, bulbs in August to seed stock in September. It is grown organically although, is not certified as such. We sell by the bulb or pound and in braids and bunches. Available year round are Shakers of dried garlic and blends of garlic with various combinations of herbs and spices plus packaged dips. We do not grow a lot of varieties but do try to have a choice of a mild, a medium and a spicy variety for sale. Registered Scottish Blackface are an attractive old breed, one of the hardiest, noted for their adaptability and versatility. The ewes are excellent mothers, easily producing lambs and a wool clip. We often have some breeding stock or pets for sale. Fleeces, shearlings and woolen items are often available too. Although the variety of raspberry was lost long ago, they are easy to pick, flavorful and a great freezer, sauce and jam berry. The ‘pick your own patch’ is open seasonally and depending on how bountiful the year’s crop. There is a farm stand but it is best to ensure whatever you are looking for is in stock or in season.