Farms are essential during COVID-19 pandemic. We are open Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Farms are considered essential services during this COVID-19 pandemic. We remain open on weekends from 10am-4pm. We acknowledge the concerns for COVID-19. We are taking precautions. Mask are now mandatory when in the store. Social distancing will be practiced in the store. You may be asked to wait outside. No young children will be allowed in the store. Touch surfaces will be frequently disinfected. You can come into the store for your purchases or we can bring your order out to your car. For curbside service call the farm phone at 508-476-2198 when you arrive at the farm, tell us what you want and we will bring it to your car.
The farm grounds are open to walk around, view our chickens and ducks. Breath in deeply and de-stress at the farm.
Enjoy the beef from Overpass Farm in Uxbridge, Ma. The cattle and lambs are grass fed and grain finished. All cuts listed are not always available.
Our pigs have had a happy healthy life and have been well cared for. Know where your food comes from. Not all cuts are available.
Enjoy the alpaca meat raised at the near by Morning Beckons in Thompson, Ct. Not all cuts are available.
We have raw local honey, and honey comb currently available. 1 pound honey $11,
two pound $20. Honey comb is $15.
We also have maple syrup. Cost $13.75 and $21.50.
Farmer Nick will have no spray, in season veggies. Transplants are also sold. Prices vary. Our weekly emails announce what veggies we will have for the week. Join our email for weekly farm updates.
We have jams, dressings, sauces and salsas for sale. Prices range from $5.50-$6.50. Apple & blueberry pies-$12. Frozen cookie dough- $3/half dozen. Spinach pie-whole frozen, uncooked pie-$20. Pre-cooked spinach pie slice-$5/slice. Personal chicken pot pie-$5.
Apple and blueberry orchard. Growing vegetables, mushrooms and herbs using permaculture practices, natural fertilizers and NO SPRAY. Bee hives supply us with raw honey. Farm raised pork, lamb and chicken. Locally grown and farm fresh is what we offer to the community. Come experience Agri-Tourism in Douglas right here at our farm.
Whether it's live music, a farm related informative talk, weddings, yoga or holiday fun, our farm Pavilion provides the perfect stage with the back drop of the apple orchard.
Come see and learn how Farmer Nick grows his produce and raises the animals. Farm Tours available.
Take a walk around the farm to see the farm animals, play corn hole and picnic. We are here for you!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours. Follow farm logo signs from downtown Douglas. Just two miles
36 Locust Street, Douglas, Massachusetts 01516, United States
10:00 am – 04:00 pm
Fall Hours 2019