Vermont is truly a special place and one of the things that make it so special is its working landscape. We had no idea that we would become farmers but one cow changed our lives forever. Starting out as back-to-the-landers, to full blown dairy farmers, to B&B hosts and diversified farmers, the many twist and turns in our farming career have led us back to milking four lovely Jersey cows once again.
We found that being full-fledged dairy farmers was too economically challenging so we decided to diversify. Along with our Jersey cows, we have a herd of 60 head of Beefalo ( a breed of cattle that are 37% Bison genetically) a barn full of pigs of various age, size and color. Of course we have laying hens and in the summer and fall we raise chickens for meat and turkeys for Thanksgiving. We have organic vegetable, herb, and fruit gardens and beautiful perennial flower surrounding our farmhouse.
In 2001, we opened our farmstore and we proudly supply our community with naturally/organically raised meats and produce and delicious raw milk. We have been welcoming bed and breakfast guests to our farm since 1999. Our guests love this place and appreciate the fact that we share our lifestyle with them. They write in our guest book that we are friendly and warm, our farm raised food for our breakfasts, exceptional, and conversations enjoyable and interesting.
"Yankee Magazine" voted us the Best Farmstay" in New England in 2015 which made us very proud. Folks feel they learn and share a lot while they are here. Once you are in Vermont and stay at our farm, you will experience a gentler way of living on this planet. We hope that this feeling will stay in your thoughts and heart for a long time to come. We are open year-round, and there are always plenty of things going on around the farm and in the Central Vermont community.
Linens provided, Great View, Private Bath, Free WiFi, Fireplace(s), Farm Store
Activities & Animals
Animals, Fishing, Hiking, Tractor rides, Skiing, Cows