Local Dairy Farms
Submitted by knk96conc on Fri, 05/14/2010 - 09:18.
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 12:00.
411 Main RoadGill, MA, 01354
Upinngil is a diverse farm dealing mainly in small fruits (strawberries, raspberries and grapes); dairy (Registered Ayrshire Cattle); field crops (potatoes, wheat, spelt, beans, pumpkins, corn); forage crops; and market garden crops. Most of the farm’s production is sold at the farm through a year round farm store, seasonal farm stand and u-pick. The farm’s milk, cheeses, whole grain flours, honey and maple syrup are available only at the farm. Fruit and vegetables are sold also at local food co-ops and markets.
First Name:Clifford and Sorrel
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 11:54.
137 Beldingville RdAshfield, MA, 01370
Sidehill Farm is a raw milk certified dairy farm which brags the town’s oldest milking parlor, and unusual facilities – a milk room built into a step van and a yogurt plant in a semi trailer. They sell raw milk and yogurt from their grass-fed cows as well as fruits and vegetables grown in their fields and greenhouses.
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 11:50.
42 Jackson RoadHardwick, MA, 01037
Robinson Farm is a diversified 40-cow organic grass-based dairy. We produce raw milk, beef, eggs, seasonal flowers, plants, vegetables, hay and humanely raised veal and are building an artisan cheese operation early in 2010. Our farmstand is open daily and also offers local pork, cheese, cheese making supplies and maple syrup. Check our web site and link to our raw milk groups at www.robinsonfarm.org.
First Name:Ray and Pamela
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 11:47.
70 North St.Foxboro, MA, 02035
Oake Knoll, a working dairy farm, is located on a 275 year old family farm. We sell raw milk and harvest and sell vegetables in season. Our strength is milk quality, and customer input is very important in our management process. We will have milking demonstrations, calves to pet and information about feeding cows.
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 11:43.
76 Drift RoadWestport, MA, 02790
Lyons Brook Farm is a small goat milk dairy on the Westport River. They raise registered Alpines and Nubians. Goats are shown at many New England fairs. Raw milk is sold at the farm. Come and enjoy walking tours of the farm and barns, milking demonstrations and goats being fitted for Fall shows.
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 11:41.
74 Chase Hill RdWarwick, MA, 01378
Chase Hill Farm produces organic raw milk, farmstead cheeses, pasture-raised veal and beef from grass-fed cows, eggs from pastured poultry and whey-fed pork. The farm practices sustainable farming methods, including rotational grazing, seasonal calving, and the use of draft horses. The farmers will offer grazing tours of their farm and cheese making facilities. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic lunch.
First Name:Mark and Jeanette
Phone Number:(978) 544-6327
Submitted by emele on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 11:36.
701 Colrain Rd.Greenfield, MA, 01310
Bostrom Farm is a small farm that raises unique foods -- not commodities. Visitors can enjoy a walk through the pastures and can also pat the pigs.
They also sell raw milk!
Phone Number:(413) 772-3732
Submitted by emele on Wed, 06/25/2008 - 16:09.
1255 Oblong RoadWilliamstown, MA, 01267
Cricket Creek Farm is a small grass-based dairy farm which aims to raise healthy animals in an environmental and sustainable manner.
Available in the farm store, one can find raw milk in gallon and half gallon sizes; homemade cheeses; breads sweets, granola and croutons baked on the farm; a great variety of produce from Mighty Food Farm, Wildstone Farm and Peace Valley Farm; syrup from Jennings Brook Farm; honey and candles from Berkshire Apiary and Honey Garden Apiaries; small quantities of pork and pasture-raised beef; and now on a first-come, first-serve basis: eggs! Read More »
Submitted by missy on Thu, 07/12/2007 - 16:08.
43 Indian Hill Rd.Carlisle, MA, 01741
Carlisle Farmstead Cheese follows as many organic practices as practical. They manage their own gardens (whose produce they share with the goats) and hay field organically.
Their goal for agriculture venture is to demonstrate that even a microdairy can provide welcome income for a farm family and that the cheese produced can be exceptional in quality.
Their cheeses can be purchased year-round at Formaggio Kitchen in Cambridge and Debra's Natural Gourmet in Concord.