Looking to support local farmers? Here's a listing of ranches, farms and farm stands around SouthCoast.
Farmers across SouthCoast produce fresh food and offer services to area residents — from poultry and pick-your-own blueberries to horse-riding or farm-stand vegetables.
Some farms offer petting zoos, classes, hay rides, corn mazes and other family activities. Others are small private enterprises that are not open to drop-in visitors. Please call the phone numbers or check the websites for hours and public services before you stop by for a visit.
For local farmers market listings, visit our farmers market page.
Information from Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership (SEMAP).
1461 Main St., Acushnet, 508-763-4329
Ashley's Peaches specializes in tree-ripened fruits, picked fresh daily. A variety of homegrown, fresh vegetables for sale as well. Call for availability.
1189 Main St, Acushnet, 508-991-0693
Open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Family-owned and operated farm, growing apples, peaches, pumpkins, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, cukes, cranberries and offering corn, jams, jellies, fudge and relishes, as well as quilts and crafts.
Chipaway Stables & Cattle Co.
152 Quaker Lane, Acushnet, 508-763-5158 / chipawaystables.com
We grow fresh native beef. No additives or preservatives. We sell whole or half steers and ground beef by the pound. Ground beef is 90 percent lean, USDA certified.
1149 Main St., Acushnet, 508-763-2622 / keithsfarm.com
Keith's Farm is a family business and offers a wide selection of the best produce and a variety of berries. In the spring, summer, and fall, the farm stand is a showcase for fresh, farm-grown seasonal fruits, vegetables and plants. Keith's also offers hayrides and pick-your-own strawberries, apples and pumpkins.
36 Robinson Road, Acushnet, 508-763-8088
Lanzoni's in Acushnet uses six greenhouses to grow vegetable plants, flowers, geraniums and potted plants. The farm stand is open seven days a week through Oct. 31, offering a wide variety of fresh seasonal vegetables, including lettuce, beets, carrots, tomatoes, peppers and eggplant.
Perry Hill Orchard
35 Perry Hill Road, Acushnet, 508-995-6799 / perryhillorchard.com
Perry Hill Orchard offers pick-your-own apples during the fall season in addition to the farm stand. Starting late summer with the harvest of Georgia and white peaches, Perry Hill also offers a variety of fruits and vegetables that include heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, quince, pears, and squash. The farm also has homemade jams. Also selling pure honey that is harvested from the farm's own bee hives. Apple varieties include: MacIntosh, Macoun, Honeycrisp, Liberty, Freedom, Cortland, Baldwin, Matsu and Golden Crisp.
Stone Bridge Farm
186 Leonard St., Acushnet, 508-951-1551 / stonebridgefarmevents.com
Stone Bridge Farm hosts a weekly famers market, reopening on June 3. Stone Bridge will continue offering a "Picture Yourself at a Cranberry Harvest," photo opportunity which includes education about the growing and harvesting of cranberries and a photo of you in chest waders on a flooded bog with cranberries floating. You must call ahead to schedule this as the days book up quickly. Ample off-street parking. Pick-your-own cranberries and harvested cranberries are also available in the fall.
The Silverbrook Farm
934 Main St., Acushnet, 774-202-1027 / thesilverbrookfarm.com
The Silverbrook Farm is a fully operational agriculture facility serving the Southern New England Region. Family owned and operated for nearly two decades, with homemade pies, hayrides, expanding produce and livestock programs, and colorful seasonal events. Offering produce and meat CSA shares. The Farm Store is open on weekends May through December.
Berry Guys Farm Stand
342 Tremont St., Carver, 508-295-3974
Local deli and farm stand featuring Boars Head meats and cheeses, the farm's own cranberry sauce, Newport jerky products, and Simpson Spring sodas.
Cape Cod Select
73 Tremont St., Carver, 508-866-1149 / capecodselect.com
Family operation has been harvesting cranberries in southeastern Massachusetts for 70 years. From flower to package, Cape Cod Select strives to integrate the latest sustainable technologies to do their its in protecting the environment. Frozen at the peak of freshness, the farm's premium cranberries are available year-round in gourmet food stores and supermarkets throughout the U.S.
Fieldstone Acres Tree Farm
143 Plymouth Road, Carver, 781-588-9588
Fieldstone Acres Tree Farm specializes in Christmas trees and is only open in November and December. Call for more information.
Flax Pond Farms
58 Pond St, Carver, 508-866-2162 / flaxpondfarms.com
Flax Pond Farms is a 100-acre family farm with 34 acres of cranberry bogs that have been in production since the early 1890s. The farm also has a 10-acre pond, 20 acres of reservoirs, and 20 acres of woodlands, including 4,000 Fraser fir Christmas trees.
Fresh Meadows Farm
43 North Main St., Carver, 508-866-7136 / freshmeadowscranberries.com
The family-owned operation at Fresh Meadows Farm allows customers the opportunity to purchase locally grown, fresh-harvested, organically certified cranberries. The relatively small size of the farm, coupled with more than 35 years of experience growing cranberries and the full vertical integration of this operation, allow Fresh Meadows to produce high-quality berries at a competitive price.
159 North Main St., Carver, 508-866-2428
Nash Nursery stocks Proven Winners, annuals, bedding plants, baskets, containers, cut flowers, perennials, vegetable seedlings, shrubs and fall mums. Specialists can help you design your small containers, window boxes or small gardens. Many unique one-of-a-kind plantings.
Web of Life Organic Farm
508-866-7712 / weboflifefarm.com
A small, family farm offering seedlings, produce, herbs, honey, eggs and poultry, as well as certified organic garlic powder, heirloom pepper sauces and sauerkraut. Web of Life also has a wide variety of jams, jellies, preserves, and salsa made with its own organic ingredients grown, harvested, and prepared on the farm.
24K Heirloom Tomatoes
538 Horseneck Road, South Dartmouth, 508-636-8031 / 24k-heirloomtomatoes.com
The Feingolds grow delicious heirloom tomatoes as well as dahlias on 8 acres near the Slocum River in South Dartmouth. Since their start in 2005, they have expanded their appreciation of heirloom tomatoes. Their charm, taste, appearance and class are the unique characteristics that give 24K good reason to continuously expand their endeavors. Stop by the property to visit the gardens and try some tomatoes.
1213 Russells Mills Road, Dartmouth, 774-264-0755
Alderbrook Farm is a sustainable family farm in Dartmouth, offering locally grown produce in season, as well as farm-fresh eggs, milk, cut flowers, herbs, items from the Dartmouth Grange shared-use kitchen. Also honey, maple syrup, bread , baked goods, and other locally made value-added products. Farm stand, barn animals, fresh bread, eggs, local produce.
607 Elm St., South Dartmouth, 774-400-7277 / apponagansettfarm.com
Apponagansett Farm is a small, diverse, family farm in South Dartmouth, dedicated to providing high-quality, responsibly grown food to the local community, with a wide selection of vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruit (without synthetic fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides). The farm's free-range chickens always have access to fresh grass and bugs and are fed GMO-free grain. Vegetables and eggs are available through CSA (community supported agriculture), the farm stand (open June to November), at farmers' markets, and at several local natural food stores
Brix Bounty Farm
449 Bakerville Road, Dartmouth, 508-992-1868 / brixbounty.com
Growing food with respect for the Earth and future generations. The goal at Brix Bounty Farm is to produce and promote the production of nutrient-dense foods, using sustainable methods with a focus on improving soil health for long-term viability. Brix Bounty's produce is grown without chemical pesticides or herbicides. Owners strive to improve food security through community projects that increase knowledge and awareness of sustainable production techniques on farms and in back-yard and community gardens.
11 Copicut Road, Dartmouth, copicutfarms.com
Copicut specializes in pasture-raising animals, which means that grass and legumes comprise a significant portion of their diets, and except during the harshest winter months the livestock are free to forage on chemical-free pastures. Pasture-raised poultry, pork, and eggs are a healthy choice, with less cholesterol, less saturated fat, more omega-3’s, and higher levels of essential vitamins and nutrients than can be found in conventionally-raised counterparts. Copicut owns and operates its own state-licensed poultry processing facility, which allows the farm to hand-butcher all of its poultry on farm. Customers can be sure that livestock is treated with respect and care.
515 Old Westport Road, Dartmouth, 508-992-9337 / dartmouthorchards.com
Award-winning ciders, jams and jellies, pick-your-own apples and more. Dartmouth Orchards has developed over three generations of family care offering treats, treasures, and memories.
Dream at Last Farm
567 Collins Corner Road, Dartmouth, 508-995-5657
Offering beef for sale. Call for details.
105 Jordan Road, Dartmouth, 508-636-5869 / evasgreengarden.com
What started as Eva’s backyard family garden in 1972, has developed into a certified organic farm, specializing in culinary herbs, greens, and flowers. Most of the produce is bought by Boston-area chefs and Whole Foods. Deliveries from Eva can include wild-foraged plants and vegetables from other nearby farms. She is exploring the microbes that make growing and eating healthier for humans and their planet. She experiments with wild edibles and parts of plants that are not well known. In 2014, she became the first farmer to receive Wellesley College's prestigious Alumnae Achievement Award. Eva’s Garden is the subject of a book called Wild Flavors written by Chef Didi Emmons.
High Hill Farms
644 Faunce Corner Road, Dartmouth, 508-509-1970
Founded in 1983, High Hill Farms is a 150-acre farm run and owned by Bob DeGrazia. Eggs, broiler chickens, and grass-fed beef afe available at the farm stand, as well as at Lees Market in Westport; Clemens Market, Middletown, RI; Harvest Market, Swansea; Alderbrook Farms, South Dartmouth; Silverbrook Farms, Dartmouth.
The King Farm
449 Bakerville Road, Dartmouth, 508-989-9163 / thekingfarm.com
The King Farm is a multi-generational family farm located in South Dartmouth. With family roots digging back to the early 19th century, The King Farm has grown through many facets of farming since the early 1800s, but the farm is now focused on providing agricultural products and services directly to customers. Working with 120 acres of beautiful farm land, The King Farm offers seasonal vegetables at our roadside farm stand, hay for horses, goats, cows and all manner of farm animals and yard projects, and we sell hardwood cord wood and all sizes of field stone.
Olde Dartmouth Farm
264 Smith Neck Road, South Dartmouth, 774-263-2845 / oldedartmouthfarm.com
This is a Mass. state-licensed compost facility. Our aged compost is sold by the yard from the backyard gardener to the larger landscaping companies. Black, rich, no heat and no smell. We did our home work to produce the highest quality aged compost. All ingredients are mixed on site.
742 Tucker Road, Dartmouth, 508-990-7859 / paskamansettfarms.com
27-acre raw-milk dairy farm. State-licensed raw milk produced from Jersey and Holstein cows. Raw milk, fresh eggs, pork, and seasonal veggies are available on the farm.
1427 Old Fall River Road, Dartmouth, 508-995-5019
Grower of apples, apricots, blueberries, nectarines, plums, pears, peaches and pluots. Pick-your-own blueberries, open Saturdays from 2-6 p.m. Pick your own apples on Saturdays from 2-6 p.m. Call ahead before picking, as some Saturdays the orchard is closed. Cortland and Macintosh varieties. Fruit is also sold at farmers markets in New Bedford and at the orchard on Saturday afternoons.
Certified Naturally Grown. Selling eggs year round and seasonal items at farmers' markets. Also involved in providing fresh produce to hometown elder programs in Fall River, Taunton, and Freetown.
794 Horseneck Road, Dartmouth, 508-636-6931 / quansettnurseries.com
Founded in 1980, Quansett Nurseries specializes in herbacious plant material, which includes annuals, ground covers, herbs, grasses, perennials, and vegetables.
Round the Bend Farm
92 Allens Neck Road, South Dartmouth, 508-938-5089 / roundthebendfarm.org
Round the Bend Farm is a working farm and learning center offering pasture-raised meat through community supported agriculture (CSA) share, as well as vegetable gardens. The farm's mission is to localize culture, work, and wealth by exposing individuals to the basic tenets of sustainability: resiliency, zero-waste design and diversity. The vision is a community of growers, educators and social entrepreneurs, who support themselves through food and farming businesses and nurture the public with real food and place-based education.
155 Old Fall River Road, Dartmouth, 401-243-3479 / runawayhomestead.com
Runaway Farm is a small, diversified farm committed to organic and sustainable practices. Runaway provides fresh, chemical-free produce and pasture-raised meats to local markets and restaurants. Heritage breed animals and heirloom varieties are selected for delicious flavors and unique characteristics.
Sharing the Harvest Community Farm
276 Gulf Road, Dartmouth, 508-993-3361
Sharing the Harvest Community Farm is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven farm that aims to help fight hunger in our community. It was established in 2006 by YMCA SouthCoast to reduce hunger, create volunteer stewardship and increase agricultural education opportunities. None of the produce grown at Sharing the Harvest is sold, instead 100 percent of the fruits and vegetables are donated to local hunger relief organizations. All work is done with the help of volunteers, so if you are interested, contact the farm or stop by during volunteer hours.
592 Chase Road, Dartmouth, 508-264-9064 / silverbrookdartmouth.com
Silverbrook sells a wide range of products including vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, herbs, mushrooms, honey, free-range eggs, jams and mustard. All produce is grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides. CSA shares are available from June through October. Visit the farm stand or find Silverbrook foods at a farmers market.
Stoney Meadows Farm
908 Divison Road, Dartmouth, 508-636-8925
Primarily greenhouse production featuring hydroponic tomatoes, along with strawberries and winter raspberries.
65 Shaw Cove Road, Fairhaven, 617-593-3815 / denormandiefarm.com
DeNormandie Farm, located in Fairhaven, supports a herd of all-natural, grass-fed Angus cattle. The farm, which is approximately 500 acres, consists of 50 percent fields and 50 percent woods. The cattle are raised on hay, grass, and corn that is grown on the farm. They are not fed supplements, hormones or chemicals. Visitors are welcome to visit DeNormandie Farm. Just call ahead for directions and to advise when you plan to visit.
J.H. Beaulieu Livestock And Produce Farm
Alden Road, Fairhaven, 508-496-9209
Naturally grown, field-raised beef. USDA inspected cut to specs, blast frozen, and vacuum sealed. Also selling pumpkins, gourds, and potted herbs, found at many local farmers markets.
Fairhaven. Find Winterbottom Farm's produce at the New Bedford, Acushnet, and Old Rochester farmers markets.
202 Main St, Lakeville, 508-947-5954 / elliotfarm.org
For the past 23 years, family-owned Elliot Farm has provided southeastern Massachusetts with quality, native produce at prices. Founder Kenneth Elliot, 57, has been farming for more than 35 years, and welcomed his two children into the family business at the ripe ages of 10 and 8, now 33 and 31. Son, Ken, and daughter Deanna spent their summers picking zucchini and weeding rows of sunflowers — all before the morning dew had the chance to dry. The siblings are now determined to keep agriculture in their community for generations to come.
Grouse Ridge Farm
12 Hill St., Lakeville, 508-509-0511
Grouse Ridge is small farm specializing in free-range poultry, raised without antibiotics or hormones. All chickens are processed humanely on site in a mobile processing unit. Call for details.
Highland Cranberry Co.
89 Highland Rd, Lakeville, 508-947-0904
Organic, Lakeville-grown and hand-sorted cranberries are available for sale in the fall.
Little Spring Farm
89 Highland Road, Lakeville, 508-947-0904
Little Spring Farm raises purebred Blue-faced Leicester sheep, as well as cross-breed sheep. Beautiful hand-spun yarn and roving available year round.
Mockingbird Hill Christmas Tree Farm
147 Rhode Island Road, Lakeville, 508-947-6712 / mockingbirdhilltlc.com
Offering hayrides and hand-cut trees, along with goods in the main greenhouse, including poinsettias, baskets, table centerpieces and roping. Offering decorative services for hire. Call ahead for dates. There is always free hot chocolate and hot coffee in the greenhouse on the weekends.
Great Hill Dairy
160 Delano Road, Marion, 888-748-2208 / greathillblue.com
In 1997, on the shores of Buzzard’s Bay, Tim Stone began his cheese business at his family’s historic Great Hill Dairy. Tim found that he could make an exceptional blue cheese with the milk from the many local dairy farms surrounding him. Using only raw, non-homogenized milk, his recipe was unique in several ways. The resulting Great Hill Blue cheese quickly won acceptance as one of the premier blue cheeses in America.
88 Marion Road, Mattapoisett, 508-758-8230 / wyandottefarm.com
Wyandotte Farm is a permaculture farm using hugelkultur and sustainable animal husbandry to raise fresh, local, natural, nutrient-dense food including chicken and pork. The farm is starting its sixth year. Wyandotte is also a state-licensed timber harvester and firewood dealer. Delivery available. Find the farm's foods at local farmers markets and its restaurant The Farmers Kitchen, 2112 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford.
Anastas Farms & Lazy Daze Lavender Fields
Middleboro, 617-686-2332 / lazydazelavenderfields.com
Lazy Daze Lavender Fields grows more than 4,000 lavender plants, which are sold in dried arrangements and bundles, as well as in homemade soaps and sachets. California white sage smudge sticks are sold in limited quantity as well. Also offering veggie CSA shares. Visit the website for updated events/notices or call for more information.
Autumn's Fresh Picked
129 Miller St., Middleboro, 508-241-6331
Devoted to providing quality produce. Available for CSAs and farmers markets.
Back Acre Farms
194 South Main St., Middleboro, 508-947-6789 / backacrefarms.com
Back Acres Farm has more than 10 acres of pick-your-own pumpkins of all sizes — from jack-be-littles to large carving pumpkins. Also selling an assortment of unusual gourds and winter squashes (buttercup, butternut, and acorn), corn stalks, hay bales, and local apples. Offering hayrides out to the pumpkin patch, and a 2-acre corn maze.
121 Thompson St., Middleboro, 508-558-9205
Family-owned dairy farm, milking 60 registered Holsteins. Members of Agri-Mark / Cabot Cooperative. Seasonal retail farm stand offering garden vegetables, eggs and local fruit. Also growing pumpkins, gourds, straw, and cornstalks for fall decor.
32 Wood St., Middleboro, 508-981-9906
Freitas Farm is a fourth-generation, 85-acre farm, selling a variety of fresh produce, flowers, and herbs at farmers markets around southeastern Massachusetts.
155 Spruce St., Middleboro, 508-947-8482
Find Maxim Farm's fresh produce at area farmers markets.
225 Wood St., Middleboro, 508-947-6886
Patti Zimmerman has operated "Patti's Patch" as a modest road-side stand for more than a decade and guarantees the freshest vegetables, including cucumbers, zucchini, squash, tomatoes, and peppers.
Plato's Harvest Organic Farm
A small 3½-acre organic farm in Middleboro, growing healthy food in nutrient-rich soil. Also a great community of food-lovers and friends. Selling through CSA shares and area farmers markets.
Soule Homestead Education Center
46 Soule St, Middleboro, 508-947-6744 / soulehomestead.com
The mission of the Soule Homestead Education Center is to support and maintain a community-based nonprofit education center for the benefit of area schools and the general public while preserving and enhancing the historic Soule Homestead. Hands-on learning opportunities include environmental programs, organic farming activities, traditional crafts, and cultural events.
17 Willard Ave., Rehoboth, 508-336-3823 / agrariafarm.com
Agraria Farm is a very small, certified organic farm with a passion for berries and small small fruit (figs and melons). Also growing asparagus, ginger, garlic, herbs, greens, shiitake mushrooms, eggs, and honey. Seasonal value-added products include: dried fruit and mushrooms, baked goods, vinegars, preserves, fruit leathers and teas. Farm products can be ordered online or picked up on site.
70 Anawan St, Rehoboth, 774-565-4376 / anawanfarm.com
Anawan Farm is a small, family-run farm offering fresh herbs, a variety of organically grown vegetables: green and red peppers, summer squash, zucchini, snap peas, bush beans (burgundy, yellow and green), corn, pumpkins, beets, cucumbers, kohlrabi, kale, red and green cabbage, red onions, white onions, broccoli, red-leaf lettuce, green-leaf lettuce, leeks, butternut squash, delicata squash, acorn squash and more. Also selling, fresh-cut flowers, farm-fresh eggs, pasture-raised poultry, and pork. Flowers are available at the farm stand mid-summer to mid October, along with bouquets offered with or without a vase.
Raising the Barr Family Farm
14 Jameson St., Rehoboth, 401-864-7760 / newenglandaquaponics.com
Raising the Barr Family Farm is an aquaponic farm that raises tilapia and uses the fish manure to fertilize hydroponic greenhouse crops and field crops.
Bateson's Apple Farm
68 Barney Ave, Rehoboth, 508-336-8356
Orchard Apples, Homemade pies with hand rolled crust and the freshest ingredients, assorted breads, jams, fudge and more. Haunted hayrides begin in October. Find Thanksgiving Pies for order and a Christmas bake sale.
Bettencourt Dairy Farm
100 Simmons St., Rehoboth, 508-252-5464
Bettencourt Farm, established in 1891, sells fresh, raw milk, free-range eggs, beef and pork, and Gouda cheese at its farm stand.
Breezy Knoll Farm
198 Brook St, Rehoboth, 508-336-4779
Find Breezy Knoll's fresh, delicious produce at area farmers' markets.
Cedar View Farm
4 Cedar St., Rehoboth, 508-669-5937
Cedar View Farm is a 40 acre farm raising llamas, donkeys, and goats (meat available for sale). Horse boarding and riding lessons available as well, please call for more information.
Clear Run Farms
39 Miller St., Rehoboth, 508-336-2277
Beef cattle raised to market size — black Angus and Herefords.
55 Reservoir Ave., Rehoboth, 508-252-6323 / dufortfarms.com
Open all year round, selling cuts of USDA grass-fed beef and foraged pork, honey, homemade jams and jellies (made from Dufort's own berries) at the farm store. Available July through September there is pick-your-own blueberries in the field of 1,000 bushes. All products are grown and/or raised at the farm, 100 percent free of hormones, antibiotics and byproducts. Everyone at Dufort Farms takes great pride in raising wholesome all natural foods.
The Farmers Garden
140 Davis St., Rehoboth, 508-889-7632
The Farmer's Garden is a unique 200-acre vegetable farm located in Rehoboth, continuing a longtime tradition and passion for producing the highest quality and best tasting vegetables in the community. The Farmers Garden believes in supporting the local economy and at times actively partners with other local farms to ensure that members have a superior selection of diverse in-season vegetables.
Finch Farm is a small, 1.5-acre mixed vegetable farm located in Rehoboth. Priorities lie in managing the land responsibly, which for means growing without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. In addition to being a chemical-free farm, Finch Farms also does its best to till as little as possible. This, in conjunction with compost application and deep-mulching techniques when possible, allows soil to maintain its structure and improve its overall health. Growing vegetables, cut flowers and culinary herbs.
Fine Farms Corn Crib
Anawan and Tremont St., Rehoboth, 508-226-0616 / finefarms.com
Fresh veggies available since 1903.
115 Homestead Ave., Rehoboth, 508-252-9029 / homesteadhayfarms.com
Offering hay at competitive prices and delivery service. Goats (Boer and Nubian/Boer mix); sheep (Welsh Mountain/Southdown mix). Chicks. Call for details.
Johnson's DooLittle Farm
2 Old Anawan Road, Rehoboth, 508-252-5865 / Local Rehoboth honey.
68 Blanding Road, Rehoboth, 510-913-6142
Selling pullets, fresh eggs, vegetables, fresh turkeys.
209 Pleasant St., Rehoboth, 508-730-8990
John Maguire started Meggies' Farm in 2008 as a retirement project specializing in heirlooms such as Hungarian Heart tomatoes and Tolli peppers, and uncommon varieties like Purple passion asparagus and Tango celery. His newest offering, ground paprika and cayenne has become very popular. Meggies never uses herbicides or pesticides, relying instead what nature has given us to curb weeds and pests.
179 Homestead Ave., Rehoboth, 508-252-6826
Seasonal farm stand and baled hay.
61 Wheaton Ave., Rehoboth, 508-336-7681
Oakdale Farm is a fifth-generation working vegetable and horticulture farm. The farm practices safe and environmentally friendly farming by using Integrated Pest Management (IPM), producing food for the local community. The farm's 10 greenhouses, with herbs, flowers, perennials and vegetable plants, is also operated with IPM practices. A portion of the farm and greenhouses are certified organic. Also, Oakdale Farms Country Barn and Garden Shop, a Country Pantry with fresh-baked goods, jams, relishes, vinegars, honey, eggs and more. Hayrides in the fall take you to the corn maze, pumpkin patch and Christmas tree field.
Pearson's Christmas Tree Farm
113 Barney Ave., Rehoboth, 508-336-6302
Sells Christmas trees and wreaths.
Rainbow Turkey Farm
199 Homestead Ave., Rehoboth, 508-252-4427
Rainbow Turkey Farm raises high-quality, chemical-free turkeys for retail only. Call for more information.
57 County St., Rehoboth, 508-252-5247 / rosasharnfarm.com
Rosasharn Farm is a diversified family farm, consisting of 80 acres 10 miles east of Providence, in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Rosasharn Farm’s original focus was its nationally recognized herd of Nigerian dwarf dairy goats. The goat-breeding program was followed by Great Pyrenees and Anatolian Shepherd-Great Pyrenees cross LGD dog-breeding program. In 2013 Rosasharn began breeding heritage hogs: American Guinea Hogs and Large Blacks. Education is a vital part of the farm's mission and it offers internships; 4-H and volunteer opportunities; private and school group tours and classes; workshops; tutorials; and private tours.
Souza Family Farm
33 Agricultural Ave., Rehoboth, 508-245-4635 / souzafamilyfarm.com
Souza Family Farm is a family operated business, growing an array of flowers/hangers herbs bedding plants, and vegetable plants, also high-tunnel crops like cukes and tomatoes. Growing outdoors is a wide assortment of vegetables for retail at the farm stand, as well as at a farmers markets and for wholesale. In addition, to veggies, the Souzas have several acres of orchards. In the fall there are apples, cider, fall vegetables, as well as mums, straw bales, corn stalks, etc.
4 Tremont St, Rehoboth, 508-272-2095
Selling grass fed beef, pastured pork, and pastured chicken eggs. The cattle are fed hay that is grown without synthetic fertilizers. Animals are also bucket trained on organic alfalfa pellets. The pigs are pastured and supplemented with grain and some fruits, vegetables, and bread. The chickens are on fresh pasture during the growing season and are fed organic grain throughout the year.
338 Vaughan Hill Road, Rochester, 508-763-5275
A small family farm, growing and supplying sweet corn to local stands. Also growing and carrying most in season fruit and veggies at the farm stand.
Steven's Farm Stand
Steven’s Farm Stand is a small, organic produce farm located in Rochester and Acushnet. The owner, Steven Rittenhouse, grew up with a passion for agriculture and animal husbandry. Steven’s Farm Stand was brought to life by Steven and his grandmother in 2004, selling only farm-fresh eggs, but when his grandmother passed away a few years later, he decided to continue growing the business in her memory. Specialties now include fine vegetables and greens.
365 High St., Rochester, 508-728-6315 / engelnookfarm.com
Not only boarding horses, but also growing vegetables for jellies, farm-fresh eggs, and select cheeses from local dairies: Great Hill Blue and Crystal Brook Farm.
1 Estabrook Way, Rochester, 508-763-3400
Fresh, local eggs.
384 Vaughan Hill Road, Rochester, 508-763-2577 / jonathanssprouts.com
Jonathan's Organics grows a variety of sprouts for the supermarkets and food service distributors of New England. Now selling skin superfoods: soaps and salves infused with sprouts and sprout oils, as well as oils and dressings.
567 New Bedford Road, Rochester, 508-367-8188
Teal Farm grows vegetables, fruit, and flowers, offering CSA shares and retail sales at the farm stand on the north side of New Bedford Road. Farm-grown eggs, chicken and lamb are also available.
Almeida's Vegetable Patch
110 GAR Hwy., Rte. 6, Swansea, 508-676-6333 / almeidasvegetablepatch.com
Fresh, local produce from a family business that has been serving the community of Swansea since 1928.
Johnson’s Roadside Farm Market
445 Market St, Swansea, 508-379-0349 / johnsonsroadsidemarket.com
Since 1982 this family-run market has offered a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables grown on its own 20 acre farm. The market also carries fresh-baked goods and locally made specialty items and favorites, including a full deli, ice cream, sauces, jams, jellies, and more!
Moonlight Rose Alpacas
91 Chace St, Swansea, 508-642-3767 / moonlightrosealpacas.com
One of the top alpaca breeder farms in Massachusetts. In addition to alpacas, Moonlight also sells produce at area farmers markets throughout the summer.
361 Marvel St., Swansea, 508-673-5721 / simcockfarm.com
A small fourth-generation working farm with ice cream and vegetable stand, petting animals and various events and fundraisers.
Stony Creek Farm
Erin Babbitt, 1210 Wilbur Ave., Swansea, 401-465-4832
Grass-fed beef, eggs, veggies, and more, offering full-service boarding and training facility for horses; a free year-round petting zoo with goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits and more. Grass-fed beef year round. Birthday parties and special events (including pony rides, hay rides and more. On-farm farmers market, Sundays 10 a.m. to 2 p..m.
A.D. Makepeace Co.
158 Tihonet Road, Wareham, 508-295-1000 / admakepeace.com
The A.D. Makepeace Co., based in Wareham, is the world’s largest cranberry grower and the largest private property owner in eastern Massachusetts. The company is a recognized leader in environmentally responsible real estate development and land stewardship. Makepeace has been growing cranberries since the 1800s, and today, the company farms nearly 2,000 acres of bog. The company participated in the founding of the Ocean Spray cooperative, and is now its largest grower-owner.
Coyne Bog Blues
34 N. Carver Road, West Wareham, 508-295-3254 / coynebogblues.com
Looking for something to do on a lazy afternoon? Coyne Bog Blues is the place to go. Nestled in beautiful country side amidst lush trees awaits the ultimate blueberry patch: Coyne Bog Blues. Children and adults of all ages will enjoy picking plump berries fresh off the bush while taking in nature's beauty.
2667 Cranberry Highway, Wareham, 508-295-5085 / willowscranberries.com
Fresh cranberries, specialty foods, trail mixes. Check out the website for more information.
Wareham Quail Farm
150 Fearing Hill Road, West Wareham, 508-295-5528
Raising Bob-white quail for release. Free-range chicken eggs year round. Farm stand open in season.
1046 Blossom Road, Westport, 508-415-5066 / thepettingfarm.org
Come see the reality of a refurbished 1851 working farm. Opening this season May 1. View and pet all of the farm animals. The farm walk and picnic area is $ 7 per person. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Fresh eggs and local honey for sale year round.
913 Division Road, Westport, 508-636-2013 / allenfarmsorganics.com
Debbie Barrett farms 50 scenic acres of in Westport, growing organic greens, cut herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers and more. Her bright and tasty pea greens have become a regular fixture on the menu at Providence restaurants and have even made an appearance on “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” on the Food Network. Her organic herbs are available in pots or cut, and will help add flavor and character to any dish.
Berry Hill Farm
796 Pine Hill Road, Westport, 508-636-8976
Berry Hill Farm grows a variety of berries with blueberries being the largest crop.
Cluck & Trowel
875 Horseneck Road, Westport, 508-542-6451 / cluckandtrowel.com
CSA shares available in Westport and Cuttyhunk Island. Cluck and Trowel is a small, family farm raising pastured poultry for eggs, as well as a variety of seasonal produce. Owners are committed to growing the highest quality certified organic food.
315 Sodom Road, Westport, 508-636-2210
Pick-your-own blueberry farm.
Diamond Acre Farm
274 Horseneck Road, Westport, 508-636-2834
Seasonal farm stand offering fresh fruit and vegetables daily.
The Golden Robin Farm
607 Horseneck Road, Westport Point, 508-636-8579
The Golden Robin Farm is located in the South End of Westport, offering farm-fresh strawberries and blueberries and have hay sales throughout the year.
Healthy Futures Farm
528 American Legion Highway, Westport, 508-558-5205 / healthyfuturesfarm.com
Healthy Futures Farm is a small family farm that focuses on soil fertility while practicing a chemical free approach. Farm stand, CSAs, and on site farmers market!
Ivory Silo Farm
Corner of Hixbridge and Horseneck Roads, Westport.
Farmers Bill Braun and Dee Levanti grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers on about 5 acres at Ivory Silo Farm in Westport. Produce is open pollinated varieties, and the farmers save seeds from many of their crops. Ivory Silo follows ecological growing practices and strives to achieve a productive, low-input farm system that is balanced and resilient.
John Bettencourt Farm
928 Horseneck Road, Westport, 508-636-4328
Agricultural custom work. Selling hay for feed and construction.
Nest and Song Farm
3 Stone Fruit Lane, Westport, 781-426-1382 / nestandsongfarm.com
Nest and Song is a small, diversified farm in Westport, committed to providing local communities with fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs and meat produced in ways that ensure ecological and human health for both current and future generations. That means using organically approved amendments and locally sourced seaweed and compost materials to nourish the soil; avoiding synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers; and putting thought of all that we love into all that we grow.
594 Drift Road, Westport, 508-636-2237 / noquochokeorchards.com
Noquochoke Orchards are growers of 70 varieties of apples, as well as other tree fruit & heirloom vegetables. Farm stand is open daily in season with a large variety of heirloom vegetables and fruits and the farm's own fresh apple cider.
187 Adamsville Rd, Westport, 508-636-4274
Find a wide variety of native fruits and vegetables harvested daily.
Paradise Hill Farm
103 Cadmans Neck Road, Westport, 978-590-6537
Paradise Hill farms 20 acres located on the East Branch of the Westport River, and offering a wide selection of potted herbs, annual vegetable plants and container herbs gardens. Additionally offering seasonal fruits (peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, and apples) and vegetables (lettuces, root veggies, sweet corn, and of course tomatoes!) which are picked fresh daily for our Farmers Markets as well as customers that visit the farm. Also offering jams and jellies, many of which are made with farm fresh fruits.
Pine Crest Christmas Tree Farm
285 Pine Hill Road, Westport, 774-309-0522
Choose and cut your own Christmas Tree from 10 acres of fields. Cut fresh when you are ready to take it home. All trees are mechanically shaken to remove old growth needles and any debris. For ease of handling, trees can be baled (wrapped in netting) upon request. For the mobility impaired, one of our golf carts is available to carry customers to the fields. Free hot chocolate, cookies, and tree ornaments for the kids.
Pine Hill Dairy
272 Pine Hill Road, Westport, 774-292-3105 preferred / rawmilkwestportma.com
Pine Hill Dairy is a local farm owned by fourth generation farmer, Andrew Ferry. Andrew is currently selling certified raw milk by the gallon and half gallon. Pine Hill Dairy is the only place in Westport, that sells raw milk.
River Rock Farm
236 Fisherville Land, Westport, 508-636-5586
100 percent grass-fed beef sold direct to consumers. Call for details.
Run Dog Run Farm
328 American Legion Hwy., Westport, 401-662-1672
Small family farm in Westport, specializing in healthy, all-natural products. Selling eggs, local honey, chicken, turkey, and veggies and fruits. Also offering petting zoo and doggy day care.
222 Old Bedford Road, Westport, 508-674-2733
Sampson is a 75-acre potato farm, also offering other vegetable and fruits. Visit the farm stand or find them at the New Bedford, Fall River, and Dartmouth farmers markets this season. Wholesale potatoes mid-August through March.
715 Sanford Road, Westport, 508-672-0674
Variety of fruits and vegetables growing on 35-acre farm.
Shy Brothers Farm
Westport Point, 508-965-6560 / shybrothersfarm.com
Makers of Hannahbells, Cloumage, and mozzarella curd. As artisan cheese-makers, Shy Brothers are committed to the highest quality delicious cheeses, unique to the area. Cheeses are made with fresh milk from Holstein and Ayrshire cows. Cows are never given hormones or preventive antibiotics. Cows are pastured six to seven months per year and receive feed grown right on the farm for the rest of the year.
Skinny Dip Farm
1603 Main Road, Westport, 401-592-0237
Certified organic flowers, herbs, baby salad greens, root vegetables and other veggies, and potted plants. CSA shares June through October with pick-up locations in Westport, Little Compton, and Plymouth Farmers Market. Find them at the Old Rochester Farmers Market, Westport Farmers Market, and local SouthCoast restaurants and retail stores.
1506 Drift Road, Westport, 508-636-1361 / stonehavenfamilyfarm.com
Offering lamb, chicken and duck eggs, fleeces from Horned Dorset Sheep, sheep skins, and fruits and vegetables. Also offering Farm Stays. Please call for purchase.
Sweet Goat Farm
1 Revere Court, Westport, 508-675-0963 / sweetgoatfarm.com
Sweet Goat tends a small flock of laying hens and a 30-goat herd of Nigerian Dwarfs (a miniature dairy breed). Does are milked daily from spring through early winter. The milk is delicious raw milk or when used to make yogurt, kefir, cheese, caramels, and soap. Also, raised vegetable and fruit beds, jams, jellies, and pies with farm-grown rhubarb, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and concord grapes.
Triple S Farm
1028 Horseneck Road, Westport, 508-958-5493
Triple S Farm sells Beefalo as well as other meats. Call ahead for hay and feeds or details about meat cuts and arrangements.
442 Horseneck Road, Westport, 508-636-2126
Certified Organic producer for more than 10 years, specializing in organic blueberries and organic hay.
Tripps Dairy Farm
Old Pine Hill Road, Westport, 508-736-1160
As a family-run farm established in 1945, Tripps offers three generations of agricultural expertise and commitment in producing high-grade livestock and natural compost products. Also offering summer sweet corn.
757 Pine Hill Road, Westport, 774-264-9186
Wasontuxet Brand raises USDA all natural grass-fed Black Angus. Call for availability and prices. You can also purchase their products at Lees Market in Westport.
Wild Dogwood Farm
148 Sanford Road, Westport, 508-678-9955
All naturally grown methods used to produce pesticide-free produce, retail sale hobby farm growing and selling small amounts of a wide range of products including, blackberries, blueberries (July-Sept.), tomatoes, cukes, hard-neck Italian garlic (mid-July harvest), beans, peas, squash, cut flowers. Fall-produce includes flat-leaf kale, Macomber turnips (November), free-range meat lambs (when available) and some vegetable plants. Call ahead for farm stand hours.
871 Sodom Road, Westport, 508-332-0999
Weatherlow Farms offers a variety of meats. Livestock is pasture-based. Currently Weatherlow is raising animals for beef, pork, and poultry.