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Family Fun
  • Farm tours
    Spring and fall family fun farm days at the farm. Come and feed the cows, pat a pig and visit with the chickens.
    Check our website: Chestnutfarms.org for more information and specific dates and times.
Community Supported Agriculture
  • Summer, Fall, Winter
    Tuesday pickup:
    404 Turkey Street
    Hardwick, MA 01031
    Call: (413) 477-6656
    E-mail: chestnutfarm@comcast.net
    CSA Manager(s): Kim Denney
    Our meat CSA offers year-round grass-fed hormone free meat (poultry, pork, beef and lamb). In addition to picking up your order on our farm in Hardwick, we offer several pickup locations. They are:

    Northhampton
    Deerfield
    Orange
    Arlington
    Harvard/Acton
    Heritage Harvest
    E. Brookfield
    Hardwick Common

  • Summer, Fall, Winter
    Thursday pickup:
    404 Turkey Street
    Harvard, MA 01451
    Call: (413) 477-6656
    E-mail: chestnutfarm@comcast.net
    CSA Manager(s): Kim Denney
    Harvard MA - Distribution from 5 to 6 pm in Unitarian Church lot at top of Harvard Common

Chestnut Farms in Hardwick, MA chemical-free


Founded in 1998, Chestnut Farms is a 106 acre farm run by Kim Denney.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
404 Turkey Street
Hardwick, MA

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2 miles from Gilbertville, MA 01031
(413) 477-6656 preferred

E-mail chestnutfarm@comcast.net

Visit our website

For Businesses and Institutional customers:

A little about Chestnut Farms
We offer meat the way nature intended. Grass-fed, hormone free beef, natural lamb, pastured pork and poultry. Join our popular meat CSA or purchase at farmers markets. For more information about our CSA visit our website at www.chestnutfarms.org

Meat

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Wood

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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