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Where to Buy Farmers Diner Food

Where to Buy Farmers Diner Food
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by in Sep 2007

Here’s what’s on the Farmers Diner Menu.

Here’s where the good food comes from.

T = tour available

Boggy Meadow Farm (T)
13 Boggy Meadow Ln.
Walpole, NH
877-541-3953, 603-756-3300
boggymeadowfarm.com

Butterworks Farm (T)
421 Trumpass Rd.
Westfield, VT
802-744-6855
butterworksfarm.com

Cabot Creamery (T)
2878 Main St.
Cabot, VT
800-837-4261 (visitors’ center)
cabotcheese.com

Cedar Circle Farm (T)
225 Pavilion Rd.
East Thetford, VT
802-785-4737
cedarcirclefarm.org

Champlain Orchards (T)
2955 Rte. 74 West
Shoreham, VT
802-897-2777
champlainorchards.com

Champlain Valley Apiaries (T)
504 Washington St. Ext.
Middlebury, VT
800-841-7334, 802-388-7724
champlainvalleyhoney.com

Chappelle’s Vermont Potatoes
Williamstown, VT
802-433-5930

Cobb Hill Cheese
Hartland, VT
802-436-4360
cobbhill.org/cheese

Colatina Bakery
Bradford, VT
802-222-9045

Cold Hollow Cider Mill (T)
3600 Waterbury-Stowe Rd. (Rte. 100)
Waterbury Center, VT
800-327-7537, 802-244-8771
coldhollow.com

Esquire Farm
Granite, NH
603-539-1366

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