There are many of variables with our farm stand, but in general our farm stand is open from 8 am-5:30 pm/365. That doesn't mean that you can't show up at 8 am looking for eggs or tomatoes, you just might have to wait a bit while we go get them. In the summer our stand is staffed to assist customers, but throughout the rest of the year it is self-serve. There a school on the farm property so please be careful entering and exiting as kids, bikes and balls may be nearby.
We can be found at three Farmers Markets during the growing season (generally mid-June-Columbus Day):
During the growing season our produce and meat can be found at various locations in the Littleton-Bethlehem area. The Littleton COOP, Healthy Rhino, and Purple Tomato always welcome our goodies and also provide wonderful outlets for other farms in the area. Area restaurants: Libby's, The Beal House, Cold Mountain Café, Maia Papaya, Rosa Flamingos, Schillings and Tim-Bir Alley use our produce and goat cheese throughout their menu. Liz Jackson(owner/chef) at Libby's has been a anchor supporter of local food for over a decade. Her innovative and flexible menu allows her to use everything that in season, from rhubarb to heirloom tomatoes. Lately she's been experimenting with edible weeds and we are eternally grateful to find a home for chickweed, purslane and pigweed! Occasionally, if quantities allow we may supply farm goodies for large functions like weddings or family reunions. Please contact us for availability.
Directions off I-93: Exit 40 off I-93 Route 302 East towards Bethlehem for approximately .75 miles Left on Brook Rd (across from pond, at the bottom of steep hill) Farm is 1.5 miles on left
From Lancaster/Whitefield: Route 116 towards Littleton Take a left on Redding St. (Next to Abbot Rental and across from Littleton Motor Sports) Bear right after bridge Farm is ½ mile on right
From Bethlehem/Twin Mountain Route 302 West through Bethlehem At bottom of Long Hill take a right on Brook Rd (across from pond) Farm is 1.5 miles on the left.