Breezy Hill Farm is a small family run farm located just off of route 12 in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. According to their website: “We raise a variety of fruits and vegetables which we sell at local farmers markets and at our farm stand. Along with growing these fruits and vegetables we raise livestock- cattle, sheep, pigs, and chickens. Like our vegetables, our meat is sold at farmers markets and our farm stand. During the summer and fall many of our cows and sheep are shown all over New England. We are in 4H and are proud supporters of young people in agriculture. Originally we only raised what we could show, but soon interest in expanding grew and we began to start raising animals for meat. We believe that being able to have good quality, fresh and affordable natural food should be an option for every one. Farming is more than a hobby or job for us farming, is a lifestyle and something that is in our blood.” They are bringing yogurt, milk, and ice-cream to the market.
Smith’s Country Cheese has been making true farmstead Gouda, Cheddar, and Havarti cheeses since 1985. All of our cheese is made with the raw cow’s milk from our own family dairy farm in Winchendon, MA. Our handcrafted cheeses and Gouda spreads are made with vegetarian rennet, clean solar energy, and with meticulous attention to following traditional recipes.
Smith’s Country Cheese
It is with heavy hearts that we bring you the news of Dale Wentworth’s death. Dale perished swimming off the Carolina coast, where he and his wife Jan spent time every spring.
The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse joined the Waltham Farmers’ Market in 2006 and Dale had been a beloved part of the market ever since. His ebullient presence will be sorely missed.
A Massachusetts maple producer whose focus is on pure maple products, and whose mission is to move maple away from the breakfast table by offering uniquely crafted specialty foods showcasing maple.
Warren Farm & Sugarhouse