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Sage Meadow Farm

11 Clapp Street
Easthampton, MA 01027
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11 Clapp Street Easthampton Massachusetts 01027
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Wholesale: Grocery Stores
Growing Practices: Chemical Free/ Sustainably Grown
Contact: Stan & Joe McCoy
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COVID-19 Updates

Due to the pandemic, our farm/home and studio are not open to the public. We do offer a no-contact local pick-up option, which you can choose at checkout for online purchases. Local pick-up is in Easthampton on Pleasant Street, at a bookstore that is located near our studio.

About

Sage Meadow Farm is a small goat dairy that specializes in goat-milk soap, goat milk lotions, and small ruminant care.

The small farm, roughly 3 ½ acres, is located next to a wildlife sanctuary at the foot of Mount Holyoke Range. We practice small scale sustainable reproduction, breeding a limited number of does each December for new kids in April. Our goats are grass fed, with organic grain to supplement during the milking season. We “dry off” (stop milking) the girls during gestation; this gives the does’ bodies a rest and it gives us a winter break from milking. 

We also offer Caprine Vinyasa, a Goat Yoga Charity class! We believe Vinyasa yoga is so much better with the playful antics of baby goats. In collaboration with several local partners, these fun classes have raised over $34K for our local charities and organizations. ** These classes are temporarily on hold due to the pandemic. **

Learn more about our farm and purchase soaps at sagemeadowfarm.com. Soaps are also available at several retail locations, including several local Big Y’s and the Eastampton Farmers Market & the Northampton Tuesday farmers’ market! 

What We Grow

Dairy + Eggs

Milk (goat)

Specialty

Lotion, Soap

Our Customers

Farmers' Markets

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