Austin Brothers Valley Farm, Grass Fed Beef and Fall Corn Maze in Belchertown, MA
Some of what we grow is available year-round.
Fax (413) 967-9470
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MEAT CSA! Beef sides and roasting pigs are available by order. This monthly meat CSA is available in two sizes – 5 or 10 lb. per month – and can be purchased for a three or six month period. Shares include ground beef, stew meat, cube steaks, top round, London broil, porterhouse, T-bone and sirloin. Pick-up occurs the second Saturday of each month at the farm in Belchertown, or at the Amherst farmers’ market, located in Amherst Center in summer and at the Amherst Middle School in winter. Share members picking up in Belchertown can also purchase pork at the farm. Share prices range from $180-690 depending on size and duration. For more information, call Michael at 413-668-6843. We also have sweet corn in season, and hay and corn silage.
The farm store is open year-round. Please call ahead. Gift certificates are available - makes a great gift for weddings, fathers' day, birthdays, and anniversaries! Meat products can be purchased at our farm store year round; at the Amherst Farmers' Market on Saturdays 7am-1pm from May to November; at the Amherst Winter Market, Saturdays at the Amherst Middle School from 10am-2pm; and at the South Hadley Farmers Market on Thursdays from 1-6pm June-October.
Our meat is now available at Sutter's Meat on King St. in Northampton, and is featured on the menu at the Green Bean and Sierra Grill in Northampton.
CORN MAZE is open from September 27th until November 1st, 2014, weekends only. Call ahead. Group arrangements are available. Have your next birthday party at the corn maze!
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Bold foods are in season now according to our Harvest Calendar. Call to find out exact availability. Every farm and every season are unique. Most farms are also residences. Unless Farmstand or Pick Your Own hours are noted, please be respectful and call ahead before going to the farm.
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