426 Danby Mountain Road
Danby VT 05739
SO FAR SO GOOD
What's happening around the farm:
BLUEBERRIESDaily blueberry updates have been moved to the post to better accommodate those of you using smart phones.
Beef shares are available. We also have beef for sale by the cut in our farm stand and at the Rutland and Dorset farmers markets.
Sorry to say, we aren't raising pigs any more. We have a bit of bacon and sausage left at our farm stand for purchase.
Taps: approx. 1,600
Gallons made: 530
We have syrup for sale in our farm stand and at the Rutland and Dorset Farmers Markets.
Stocking the farm stand weekly with seasonal organic produce.
HOW TO FIND US
From Rte 7: At Danby, turn west on Mt. Tabor Ave (20 mi south of Rutland, 12 mi north of Manchester) go to T, right on Main Street, first left onto Brook Road. Follow Brook Road for about 3 miles to Smokey House Road, left on Smokey House Road. At the T, the driveway is in front of you.
From Rte 30: Take Danby Mountain Road just north of Dorset. Follow for about 6.5 miles to T, stay left at T. First driveway on left.
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U-pick is closed for the season. See you next year! Hours are 8 am to 8 pm daily. Picking conditions will be updated regularly below. Price is $3.75 per pound. (A quart of berries weighs about 1 1/2 lbs.) We … Continue reading
We are officially open for u-pick. Hours are 8 am to 8 pm daily. Picking conditions will be updated regularly below. We are all set up self-serve, please read the sign before heading out to pick. Price is $3.75 per … Continue reading
We should be open for u-pick organic blueberries some time in the next week. We’ll post here when officially open and update the sidebar daily with current picking conditions. Stay tuned!
If you are interested in a vegetable share or a beef share in 2014, we have brochures and order forms available. You can download them here and send them in, or send us an email and we can mail one … Continue reading
We are currently open for pick your own organic blueberries. The season is just getting started, we will update the side bar daily to let you know how picking conditions are. We are open 7 days a week, 7 am … Continue reading
Blueberries are starting to ripen! We will be opening for pick your own soon, most likely in the next week or so. We will post again to announce the start of the season so if you are a blog subscriber … Continue reading
We now have a large selection of organic vegetable seedlings on sale at our farm stand. We specialize in lots of varieties of tomatoes (see list on organic seedlings page). You will also find peppers, lettuce, broccoli, kale, cabbage, herbs … Continue reading
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a farmer and consumer that benefits both. By purchasing a share, the consumer pays up front for some of the costs of production of their food, helping the farmer with cash flow … Continue reading
Steve has been hard at work in the sugarbush rerouting the main line in preparation for sugaring season. The old anchor tree fell down, and while he had to do some work on the line anyways he decided to reroute … Continue reading
We are beginning our search for one or more agricultural intern(s) to help with all aspects of our farming operation. We are committed to providing an educational experience. We offer housing, basic board, and a stipend. Some weekend and evening … Continue reading