Boyden Brothers Maple

716 South Deerfield Road
Conway, MA 01341
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716 South Deerfield Road Conway Massachusetts 01341
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Wholesale: Restaurants, Schools, Grocery Stores
Contact: Jeanne and Howard Boyden


We are third-generation farmers producing award winning maple syrup and pure maple products.  We sell retail, wholesale, and mail order. Stop by in the spring when the sap runs, see the syrup being made, and try our maple cream, maple candy, and maple granulated sugar as well.  Our retail store at the sugarhouse is open when we boil during the spring season, by chance throughout the year, and weekends in December until Christmas. We also offer several sizes of boxed assorted maple products suitable for gift giving and shipping.  Native, freshly cut Christmas trees are available in early December through Christmas Eve.  Call or email us anytime for details, arrange a pick up time, or to place an order.

What We Grow

Honey + Maple

Maple Syrup

Nursery + Flowers

Christmas Trees


Maple Products

Farm Stand

  • Boyden Brothers Maple
    642 S. Deerfield Road
    Conway, MA (map)
    (413) 369-4665  Retail store is open during the spring production season and weekends in December through December 24, as well as by appointment or chance during the year. Call or email us anytime to pick up or ship an order.

Our Customers


Spring, Winter


Maple Sugar Shack

Holiday Product Details

Boyden Bros. Maple will have our own, fresh cut Christmas trees available. Self serve, priced as marked from the day after Thanksgiving, till Christmas.
We will also be open weekends starting December 5, or by appointment for maple products or gift packs. We ship! Bring your list, along with addresses and let us deliver your locally produced Holiday gifts.
Contact us at:
(413) 369 4665

Happy Hollidays from Howard & Jeanne



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