Bridgmont Farm

71 Chesterfield Road
Westhampton, MA 01027
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71 Chesterfield Road Westhampton MA 01027
Contact: Peter & Mary Montague

About

A family farm more than 230 years old. Our grass fed beef is certified hormone and antibiotic free and is humanely free and processed. Our family produces maple products and compost for sale. Our beef, pork, maple products and compost are offered at our store along with a beef CSA . Give us a call to make sure we are close by to assist you.

What We Grow

Honey + Maple

Maple Syrup

Meat

Pork, Beef

Nursery + Flowers

Compost

Specialty

Maple Products

Wood

Timber + Lumber

Farm Stand

  • Bridgmont Farm
    71 Chesterfield Road
    Westhampton, MA (map)

    (413) 527-6193

Community Supported Agriculture

Winter, Spring
Thursday pickup:

71 Chesterfield Road
Westhampton, MA 01027

Call: (413) 527-6193
E-mail: bridgmont1@comcast.net
CSA Manager(s): Peter & Mary Montague
Bridgmont Farm on Chesterfield Road in Westhampton continues to offer certified grass-fed, dry-aged Beef CSA shares. Our start dates are October and April. Our Hereford and Angus cross cattle are raised on pasture and our own and locally harvested hay. We do not supplement or finish our cattle with grains or use added hormones or antibiotics. Our beef is processed under federal USDA inspection in Athol at Adam’s Farm. Their new facility is designed using the Temple Grandin theory for humane slaughter. Our plan will allow families to buy meat at a great price and receive it monthly in quantities that will fit in their regular size refrigerator-freezer. All of our meat is flash frozen, labeled and vacuum sealed.

Full Share: $100 per month ($600 total) due at start.
Half Share: $50 per month ($300 total) due at start.

We have 20 shares available so contact us soon to join. Pick up, at the farm, is the 1st Thursday of each month, 2-6pm. Alternate times can be arranged by calling us ahead of the pick-up day. The CSA will run for 6 months and start every 6 months.

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