First Outdoor Concert, Saturday, July 11th, 6pm-8pm- Masks Mandatory
Nick will give insight into the farm and his farming methods during the Farm Tours. Farm tours available by appointment. $40 per tour. Maximum 5 people. Larger tours ie. schools, daycare and camps available. All tours last 60 minutes. Call ahead or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a tour.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an opportunity for you to partner with us by buying a "share" of the next season's harvest at the beginning of the growing season. When CSA members pay for an entire season of produce upfront, the farmer is better able to plan for the season, purchase new seed, repair equipment and more. In return, you receive a weekly share of nutritious, farm fresh produce.
2020 shares are full.
This summer we will start taking 2020 turkey orders. Cost is $4/lb. In order to hold a turkey there is a deposit of $30, cash or check to get your name on the list to ensure you get a fresh turkey.
Though our apples don't look pretty on the outside we are proud to know you will be getting a healthier apple since we minimally spray our apples with non-restricted pesticides. We plan to continue to strive for just that as we assess what we spray and how often.
We look forward to a great picking season for 2020 Starting early September. We do offer Pick Your Own
2020 Nick's Chicks
Treat yourself and pick up one of Nick's Chicks, pasture raised and supplemented with organic feed!
Our plump chickens weigh on average 3-6 lbs. Cost is $5/lb and worth every penny for the amount of meat that is on them. Know where your food is grown.
The next batch of our organic chickens will be available on . Those on our email list will have first dibs on these fresh organic whole chickens.
Keep informed on what's happening at the farm by checking out our event calendar.
We have a great line up of bands this 2020 season starting July 11th through August. All bands will be playing on Saturday eves from 6pm-8pm. If it rains the concert will be cancelled with no rain date as the concerts need to be outdoors for COVID-19. Masks are mandatory. Seating must be 6ft apart.
We are encouraging the community to use the farm for their own events too.
Local performers of any age or talent are encouraged to utilize the Pavilion to showcase their talent. Remember, we are here for the community.
We expect Pick Your Own Blueberry Season to start mid-July. Below are the rules mandated by the state and the Mass Department of Agriculture that we must enforce to ensure safe picking of blueberries during this pandemic of Covid-19. Those who don't abide by these rules may be asked to leave the orchard.
Covid-19 Safety Guidelines While in Orchard
1) Mandatory use of cloth face coverings/masks at all times while in the orchard picking blueberries. That means no eating of blueberries while picking.
2) Social Distance. Groups must maintain a space of at least six (6) feet from one another while in the orchard. Children must stay with family members.
3) Hand sanitize prior to entering the orchard. There will be three stations set up with hand sanitizer and a copy of the rules.
Contact Aaron, Patty or farmer Nick with any concerns or questions while you are visiting or call the farm phone at 508-476-2198.