Community ~ Stewardship ~ Agriculture ~ Holiday Brook Farm in Dalton, MA

Located in the heart of Berkshire County, Holiday Brook Farm believes in the importance of producing meat that is humanely raised, from healthy and happy animals who are fed a natural diet and never given hormones or antibiotics. HBF is a fourth generation farm with 1300 acres of forest and farmland that is sustainably managed and which produces all the food for our grass-fed cows and sheep. We have a 3000+ tap sugarbush and spend the late winter making pure, delicious Maple Syrup for our local and distant customers alike. We welcome folks to enjoy our hiking trails, walk along the picturesque farm roads and also visit our barn full of friendly farm animals. At our farm store and at local farmers markets you can find our Maple products, our Beef, Lamb and pastured Pork, Organic Vegetables, wool yarn, Guiseppe's local honey, and local, fresh, Christmas trees.  We also sell firewood, our famous "Black Gold" compost, hay and straw. Our store is open Thursday thru Saturday - fall/winter, 9-5, and occasional Sundays for seasonal doings. Please feel free to call ahead for syrup boiling times in the late winter/early spring so you can come and see how it's done and get a taste! Follow us on our Facebook page. 

 

CSA sign-ups: White Goose Gardens organic vegetables - please call Kate at 413.884.3279.

 

Farm Weddings - Have your own magical farm wedding and you and your guests will enjoy the gorgeous views and rolling fields all around. You can find out about our wedding package info by clicking on our menu. We look forward to hosting you!

 

For your farm vacation, find the Holiday Farm Cottage listed on homeaway.com under "Farmhouse" in Dalton, MA or on Airbnb.

 

Please enjoy our pictures, pages and descriptions and then come on by the farm--visitors are always welcome from dawn to dusk.

Cheers!

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HAY

Oct 31st, 2018

This year was SO WET that we weren't able to make the normal amount of dry hay. This means that we have already sold any available hay and do not have any extra to sell. If you're still in need of hay

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Taking Leaves.. something NEW

Oct 10th, 2018

Yes, we're still gladly taking your loose leaves to add to our compost making mix. What has changed is that the site is moving - beginning on 10-20-18, you will drive past the usual compost driveway a

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