Welcome to Sakonnet Farm

  • Sakonnet Farm

A small family farm located within Historic Tiverton Four Corners. Founded in 2009 by Kristin and Adam Silveira, we are a family friendly place to come and visit with the animals, meander through the woods, or stay overnight in our renovated 1800’s one room Schoolhouse also known as the Old Tiverton Four Corners Schoolhouse No. 1. We also offer larger parties to stay in our Potters Corner home located in neighboring Little Compton or the Samuel Church Estate in Adamsville, a quaint village located in Little Compton. The John Dyer Loft is a serene and quiet one bedroom second floor space, also located close to the Adamsville village. We are excited to be partnering with past guests to offer their home in Little Compton. Driving down the private driveway, you will feel transported to another place. Sweeping pond views from the lawn, kitchen and master suite will have you never wanting to leave. 

Farmstays at Sakonnet Farm

We have built a separate website specifically for booking at Sakonnet Farm & Stay properties.
Please click on the link below to be redirected to this website.

 Schoolhouse No. 1,   Tiverton Four Corners, RI


Potters Corner

 Potters Corner,  Little Compton, RI




Samuel Church Estate,   Adamsville, RI


John Dyer Loft,  Little Compton, RI

Education at Sakonnet Farm

 The cost of our chick hatching program is $200. We also require a $150 damage deposit for the incubator to be returned after the project is complete.
Our incubator holds up to 42 eggs. It has an automatic turner, temperature regulator, and two windows in the top of the incubator for viewing of the eggs. We have a thermometer which will monitor the temperature and humidity in the incubator.
The program will include (if you are local) myself coming to your school to help set up the incubator and talk to the kids about chickens, hatching, etc. It will also include the eggs, incubator, thermometer,  instructions and phone support, teaching materials, and what you will need to keep the chicks after they hatch- a brooder, heat lamp, food and water containers, the feed, and shavings. We’ll take all the chicks back to the farm after hatch.
We’ll give your classroom up to three dozen eggs. As of now we have only chicken eggs, but we hope to have duck eggs as well. You can keep the chicks in the classroom as long as is convenient for you.
 Please look at our education page for more information on raising chickens.