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C.N. Smith Farm


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C.N. Smith Farm, located in the town of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, has been a family owned and operated farm for over 80 years.  We are the third generation of farmers carrying on the tradition of providing fresh, local fruit and produce while maintaining open space and farmland in our community.


The farm was originally started as a potato farm in the 1920 ²s by Carl Smith on 20 acres.  Numerous changes over the years included the addition of livestock and poultry.   In the late 1950 ²s our father, Carlton Smith, a graduate of Stockbridge School of  Agriculture, decided to take a different direction by raising strawberries and plants for  wholesale and pick your own.  Some eighty years later, the latest generation of Smiths  is continuing the family business on 90+ acres of fruit and vegetable crops.  In addition to  our pick your own apples and berries, we cultivate and harvest our own tomatoes, asparagus,  lettuce, corn, peaches, plums, nectarines, pears, etc.  We  encourage you to see and taste first hand the fruits of our labor in the hopes that everyone can enjoy the experiences of  visiting the fast disappearing American family farm..


John Cogswell

Saturday, June 23, 2018
Rude staff, high prices. It's a shame because their product is great and the kids love to visit the goats. We will never go back again. Try checking out Dowse Orchards instead for a good applepicking experience.


Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Best local farm around! I have been going here for years and never had an unpleasant experience! Always the best quality veggies, fruits, and plants! Highly recommend!

Andrew Risitano

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
We had a great time on the hayride and picking out my daughter's pumpkin. She was about 4 at the time. The folks that worked there, that we had occasion to come into contact with, were great with her and the other kids visiting the farm. They had a lot of animals for her to check out, bunnies, chickens and goats etc.

Matthew Bernstein

Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018
So far I would say their blueberries and peaches are the best for PYO. I have done Apple, Strawberry, Plum, Peaches and Blueberry PYO there. Overall, good place to do these family type events close to home.

Teresa Beaudoin

Thursday, March 29, 2018
I've been blueberry/apple picking most of my life. We decided to try this place. The farm hands are extremely rude to customers. They never smile. This is supposed to be a happy time for families. We were yelled at the minute we drove down towards the blueberries because we weren't going quick enough. Then they watch you with the eagle eye waiting to scold you for something else. Customers are an inconvenience here. They would all be better off if they bulldozed this place and turned it into a turf farm. Presto! Sell wholesale turf grass and stop dealing with retail customers.

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