Little Brook Farm

334 Russell Street
Sunderland, MA 01375
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334 Russell Street Sunderland MA 01375
Growing Practices: Chemical Free
Contact: Kristen Whittle

What We Grow

Breeding Stock

Cows (beef), Ducks, Goats (dairy), Sheep (fiber), Sheep (meat)

Dairy + Eggs

Eggs (chicken), Eggs (duck)


Fleeces, Roving, Wool, Wool Blankets, Yarn


Beef, Breeding Stock, Chicken, Fowl, Lamb, Pork, Turkey

Nursery + Flowers


Pet Food


Farm Stand

  • Little Brook Farm
    334 Russell Street
    Sunderland, MA (map)
    (413) 665-3802

    By appointment only

Family Fun

  • Farm camp
    April Vacation Camp, During school vacation week. 9 am – 3pm
    This week is special due to the young age of all the animals. The ewes have finished lambing and the goats are kidding. We often have new baby chicks or turkey poults. We always have some other special activities planned for this week. Please visit our website for more info.
  • Farm camp
    SUMMER FARM CAMPS will take place during June and July from 9 AM to 3 PM. Dates to be set soon!
    Little Brook Farm in Sunderland, will be offering three weeks of farm camp this year. Campers will have the opportunity to learn about agriculture and livestock. There will be lots of hands on experience with goats, sheep, llamas, donkeys, horses, chickens and ducks. The goal for each week will be to provide kids with the opportunity to learn how to safely handle animals and to foster respect for the animals that we care for. Kids will develop a better understanding of where their meat, milk, eggs and fiber come from, and what sustainable agriculture means. And of course, everyone will have FUN with all the baby animals and both indoor and outdoor activities. Camp is limited to children ages 6 – 13 and space is very limited. For more information please contact Kristen Whittle at 413-665-3802. Or email her at Kristen@LittleBrookFarm.comHosted by Little Brook Farm at the Little Brook Farm: 334 Russell st, Sunderland, MA.

    Contact Kristen Whittle at (413) 665-3802 or by e-mail for more information.

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