Sawyer Farm

19 Sawyer Road
Worthington, MA 01098
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19 Sawyer Road Worthington Massachusetts 01098
Pay With: Credit/Debit, SNAP/EBT
Wholesale: Restaurants, Schools, Grocery Stores
Growing Practices: Chemical Free/ Sustainably Grown
Contact: Horse-Powered, Regenerative Agriculture


Sawyer Farm is a small, diverse, family farm. We are 100% horse-powered and way beyond organic. We never use chemicals or sprays, and we always use lots of our own, homemade compost, and cover crops.

Our farmstore is open every day of the year, from 9-7. Our horse-powered vegetables are available year-round, and we’re always stocked with our (organic-fed) eggs, chicken, pork and beef. We sell our own cornmeal, dry beans, and whole corn for tortillas, and have many other products from local farms, producers, and artisans.

Contact us for pricing on bulk meat orders, and wholesale storage vegetables (including our specialty carrots).

*** During the quarantine, we are offering curbside pickups. PLACE YOUR ORDER at; PICK UP THE FOLLOWING DAY, from 1-3 PM. We have greatly expanded our offerings to include milk, bread, and other staples from other local farms and businesses. ***

What We Grow

Baked Goods

Bread, Granola

Dairy + Eggs

Eggs (chicken)

Dry Goods

Corn Meal, Dried Beans, Flours, Popcorn

Honey + Maple

Honey, Maple Syrup


Beef, Chicken, Pork

Nursery + Flowers

Vegetable Starts

Pet Food

Dog Bones, Dog Food, Meat


Chocolate, Crafts, Fermented Products, Harvest Decorations, Herbal Tonics + Tinctures, Indian Corn, Kimchi, Lip Balm, Lotion, Sauerkraut, Soap, Syrup


Arugula, Asparagus, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Celeriac, Chili Peppers, Corn, Garlic (cured), Garlic Scapes, Green Beans, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce, Microgreens, Mustard Greens, Nettles, Onions (cured), Peppers, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Rutabagas, Salad Greens, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Tat Soi, Tomatillos, Tomatoes, Turnips, Winter Squash

Family Fun

Email us to join our mailing list. We send out notifications for our 5 or so horse demos each season. Meet the horses and watch them at work! Learn about our farm practices and how and why we use horses.

Our Customers



Just Picked

Put on some clothing you don’t mind getting a little dirt on and spend an afternoon with family and friends discovering the local farms that grow our food. Keep in mind that harvest times are a little different every year. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to find out what’s available for picking.

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Pick Your Own

Farmers’ Markets

Restaurants + Cafés