Welcome to Cavaleiro Farm

We provide training to landowners and farmers to help build more self-sufficient, profitable farms

Many people are buying farmland to give their family a simpler, healthier lifestyle. But they don’t know how to make their land more productive so they can create their dream farm.

Being a farmer these days is also a challenge. So many farmers pour a ton of money, time, and energy into their farm. Then they give up after failing to make a living.

We help landowners and farmers get clear on their goals, then provide simple steps to reach them. Through our customized training, you’ll design your dream farm, buy the right farm for you and your family, or grow a more profitable food business. And in the most practical, fastest way possible.

Don't reinvent the wheel: make food and farming easier

Sign up for our free upcoming events

Take advantage of our FREE online trainings on food and farming. You’ll gain insider knowledge and tips, plus get your questions answered by a live presenter.

HOW TO BALCONY GARDEN and Eat Fresh Every Day Webinar

Date: Thursday, April 8 (7:00 p.m. EST)

Balcony gardening made easy! 🌱 Grow your best garden ever with this FREE webinar. Balcony gardening expert Lara Mrosovsky will share her top secrets from 15 years of teaching container gardening skills to make growing in small spaces simple and stress-free.

The Farmlife Challenge: A Free 3-Day Training

Dates: Monday, April 19–Wednesday, April 21 (2:00 p.m. EST)

Have you been wanting to live the farmlife but aren’t sure if it’s really the right life for you? In this free 3-day training, you’ll get an in-depth look into what skills, mindset, and resources it takes to succeed in farmlife. You’ll build on activities we do together to uncover a clearer farmlife vision for you. Hosted by Farmer Antonio from Cavaleiro Farm.

"The only way you could get it any fresher is if you picked it from your own garden."

Schomberg Vegetable Box. Back for our second season!

Reserve your vegetable box before spots run out! Our shares go fast, and you won’t want to miss out on a whole season of fresh, tasty produce for you and your family.

You’ll receive a variety of organically grown produce for 24 weeks (second week of May to the third week of October). We grow real, living food that’s made with our own compost and packed with nutrients. Our customers tell us it’s some of the best produce they’ve ever tasted!

Add on our famous farm eggs, organic meats, and other delicious foods from local businesses. Your tastebuds will thank you!

Want to get your hands in the dirt and breathe in the fresh air? Join us!

Get outdoors in nature while helping a local farm

Want to get out of the house? Spend some time on a farm getting your hands dirty and connecting with nature? You might love one of our Farm Work Exchange opportunities!

Farmers have to do everything nowadays to stay afloat. Not just farming the land, but also building and repairing things, marketing and distribution, organizing staff, and so on. Our to-do list never ends!

Help out on the farm through one of our work exchange positions and get our fresh, tasty produce and access to the farm for you and your family. (Some positions also offer a stipend.)

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Get our weekly email with tips on eating local food, gardening, running a farm or food business, and more. You’ll also stay up-to-date with our latest podcast episodes and special promotions from the farm.

Learn more about what it takes to live the farmlife

We believe in sharing knowledge about food and farming so you can save time and energy by avoiding trial and error. There’s just no reason to reinvent the wheel! Listen to our podcast and read our blog to learn about doing farmlife, eating more local food, and so much more.

Listen to the podcast

Real life stories, lessons learned, and must-know tips from farmers and food business owners on how to succeed in farm life. Hosted by Antonio Gomes and Janice Ho from Cavaleiro Farm.

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