Barberic Farm

383 Cooper Lane Road
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
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383 Cooper Lane Road Shelburne Falls Massachusetts 01370
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Contact: Eric and Barbara Goodchild

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Barberic Farm = Old skills, Tasty food, Lovely wool, Good music.

Barberic Farm, Eric and Barbara Goodchild, are sustaining the skills and lifestyle their parents & grandparents had. They raise registered Romney sheep for breeding stock, meat and wool, and have a large vegetable garden.  From these they produce delicious frozen lamb, frozen meat pies, frozen fruit pies with local lard crust, preserves (jam, jelly, marmalade, pickles, relishes, fruit sauce), popcorn, eggs, honey, wool, handspun yarn, and sheepskins. In addition, they offer hand-tooled leather work, blacksmithed hand-forged items, highland bagpipe lessons, bagpiping for private gatherings and performance, and piano lessons.

Where we are currently selling our goods in person at the following locations:

Home Farm:

By appointment only. Contact us. All products are available at our home, but we do not have a “store”. If you cannot get to one of the above markets, please contact us to set up an appointment. Notifying us a few days in advance helps us have what you want easily accessible.

We regularly have all of our products at the Farmers Markets except bags of wool. If you are interested in raw fleeces or roving, please call us and we can bring some for you to choose from.

Summer Farmers Market in 2022:

Shelburne Falls Farmers Market: Fridays 2 to 6:30pm. Starts May 27. Ends October 28. Located at the corner of Water and Main Streets, Shelburne Falls

Ashfield Farmers Market, Saturdays 9am to 1pm: We hope to start our season there May 28th or June 4th. The market starts May 21st and goes to October 29th. Located on the Town Green between St. John’s church and the Fire Station.

Sheep, Wool & Craft Festivals and Fairs for 2022:

Connecticut Sheep, Wool & Fiber Festival: Saturday, April 30, 2022, 9am to 4pm, North Haven Fairgrounds, North Haven, Connecticut.

Artists & Makers Outdoor Market at The Mill: May 7, 2022, Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm. The Mill, 49 Conway Street, Buckland, MA

Web’s Fleece Sale: May 21, 2022, Saturday, 10am to 5pm Located at Web’s store parking lot, 75 Service Center Rd, Northampton, MA 01060

Mass. Sheep and Wool Craft Fair: May 28 – 29, 2022, Saturday & Sunday, 9am to 4 pm. Located at the Cummington Fair Grounds, Cummington, MA.

Payment by cash, check, or credit card accepted.

Our new website: is up and running.  We have a list of our products; where we are currently vending; and mail order for preserves, popcorn, and raw fleeces, shipped within the USA. If you like, you can also join our email list.

What We Grow

Baked Goods


Breeding Stock

Sheep (fiber), Sheep (meat)

Dairy + Eggs

Eggs (chicken)

Dry Goods



Fleeces, Hides, Roving, Sheepskin, Wool, Yarn



Honey + Maple




Pet Food

Dog Treats


Apple Sauce, Crafts, Honeycomb, Pickles, Preserves, Relish


Jam + Jelly, Sauces

Farm Stand

Barberic Farm, Home address: 383 Cooper Lane, Shelburne, MA 01370. By appointment only.  Please call 413-625-8203 to arrange a time.
Payment by cash, check, or credit card accepted. is our website. It currently features our preserves and Romney raw wool fleeces for viewing, ordering & shipping.  If you wish to order and pickup some of our items at our farmstand, please contact us to arrange a time.

Farmers' Markets


Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Holiday Product Details

Frozen cuts of lamb.

Frozen ready-to-bake meats pies, 5″ size – 10 oz each. 4 varieties: Minted Shepherd’s Pie, Welsh Leek Pie, Beef and Potato Pie, and Pork Cottage Pie.

Frozen ready -to-bake fruit pies, 9″ size. Possible kinds available: apple, blueberry, concord grape, peach, pear, pumpkin, rhubarb.  When in season also: strawberry-rhubarb or mince pear.  We try to have all on hand, but we do sell out quickly. Call ahead to place an order.



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