Open 7-7 Daily
The Buzz
We are open every day from 7-7 and have the shelves stocked with all your favorites. Our store is packed with the products we make right here on the farm: our own fresh produce including several different types of berries and heirloom veggies, freshly baked treats and deli items, apple cider and fruit juices, our own award winning fruit wines & hard ciders. We round out the offerings with carefully selected local and regional items such as artisan cheese and salami, Richardson's premium ice cream, delicious gourmet goodies, and much, much more!

Please remember pick-your-own is an outdoor activity and be prepared! We suggest coming with your favorite insect 
repellent, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes. If you forget your bug or sun stuff, we carry a full line of family friendly sprays in the store. (You're on your own for the comfy shoes!)

Join us for wine tastings every Friday-Sunday from 12:00-6:00.


Open 7-5 Daily
Pick Your Own
Blackberries OPEN
Blueberries CLOSED
Last variety needs to ripen.
Apples Sept-Oct
Strawberries June
Currants July
Raspberries Late June-July
Call 978-356-5366 for status
Open 7-7 Daily
In the Store Now*
Apples:
Jersey Mac
Pristine
Williams Pride
From the Fields:
Blackberries
Blueberries
From the Gardens:
Asian Eggplant
Bell Peppers
Carrots
Cherry Tomatoes
Cucumbers
Fresh Herbs
Garlic
Husk Cherry
Lavender
Onions
Purslane
Red Potatoes
Summer Squash
Tomatoes
Zucchini
From the Barnyard:
Eggs
*List updated as availability changes throughout day.
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