Participating Farms
Suffield Farmers' Market 2010

Bielonko Farm Broad Brook Beef Clark Farms
Cupola Hollow Farm Easy Pickins Hastings Farm
Maplewood Farm Syme Family FArm

Bielonko Farm (Ben Bielonko) 1045 East Street, Suffield, 860 745-6395. Bielonko Farm is a third generation family enterprise. They operate a dairy, vegetable and tobacco farm. The Bielonko's specialize in sweet corn and also sell tomatos, a full line of vegetables, pumpkins and decorative items at their farm stand on East Street mid-July through Halloween, 9 a.m. to dusk. Their motto is, "If you can't stop, smile as you go by".

 
Broad Brook Beef (Herb Holden) 47 Broad Brook Rd., Broad Brook, CT 06106 broadbrookbeef.com   Since 1978, the Holden’s have been dedicated to raising cattle with a high regard for animal health and welfare. To improve feed efficiency and meat quality Broad Brook Beef prohibits the use of hormones and medications.

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Clark Farms (Allen and Becky Clark) Clark Farms is home to Goodyear Farms, 676 Mountain Rd., Suffield 860 668-4086, Griffin Farmstead, 30 Copperhill Rd., East Granby 860 413-9733 and Bushy Hill Orchard, 33 Bushy Hill Rd. Granby 860 651-4022. The combination of farms offers a range of goat dairy products, plants and fruit (strawberries, blueberries, peaches, apples, cider, and cider donuts).

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Cupola Hollow Farm (Kathleen and Donna Dunai), 1510 North Stone Street, West Suffield, 860 668-0859. Kathy and Donna continue to operate the family farm started by their grandfather. Over the past 25 years they have operated a retail location on North Stone Street generally on weekends beginning late summer and running through December. Donna and Kathy are now joined by Kathy’s two daughters to grow a wide variety of fresh herbs and vegetables they dry to make a variety of herb dip mixes.  Seasonally the two make their farm fresh jams, jellies, pickles, relish, fudge, grow popcorn and other value added products from the farm.  During the summer Donna is busy baking pies and fresh bread for the various farmers markets they attend. “Locally Grown” and “Connecticut Farm Fresh” is the basic focus and understanding that drives the farm.  In late fall Cupola Hollow transforms into a winter wonderland that focuses on Christmas wreaths of all sizes, cemetery logs, kissing balls and their signature Connecticut Grown gift baskets that make the perfect gift for the holiday.

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Easy Pickin's (Brian Kelliher), 46 Bailey Road, Enfield, 860 763-3276, www.easypickinsorchard.com Brian's pick-your-own has been in operation since 1990. He sells fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers at his Enfield farm Monday through Thursday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and Friday through Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. July through October.

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Hastings Farm (Megan Hastings), 472 Hill Street, Suffield, 860 668-7524, www.hastingsfamilyfarm.com Hastings Farm is a multi-generational farm selling their natural beef and dairy products direct to customers at their Farm Store located at the farm. The Farm Store is open 7 days a week from 8 am to 6:30 pm. A list of products can be found on their website.

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Maplewoods Farm (Randy Johnson and Ann Hudson) 107 East Street South, Suffield, 860 668-0735. We specialize in strawberries, raspberries and rhubarb in June and July, and a  variety of vegetables grown without chemical sprays in July and August, and fall mums in September. Our stand at the farm is open 7 days a week on a self-serve basis. Call or email us at Maplewoodsfarm@sbcglobal.net  for information on “What’s Picking”.

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Merry Mite Wild Gardens (Marjorie Rollet Begin and Dan Rollet), 438 East Street South, Suffield, 860 490-1978. Marjorie has been in the shrub and landscaping business for over thirty years. They raise and sell evergreen and flowering shrubs (primarily in containers), as well as, perennials. They are open for business Spring through Fall on Paper Street.

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Syme Family Farm (Jen and Bill Syme), 121 East Road, Broad Brook, www.symefamilyfarm.com 860-623-5925 Jen and Bill Syme have plants and flowers available from May-October. In the spring they offer potted herbs, perennials and vegetable plants. In the summer they grow close to 30 different varieties of cut flowers that can be purchased in bouquets as well as by the stem. Colorful Patio Pots are also available in the summer. Come fall, they have over 50 different varieties of potted fall mums. Emily & Becca Syme sell their eggs from their flock of over 40 laying hens which is a 4H project.

We are proud that we only sell what we grow ourselves. In addition to the Suffield Farmers Market, we also sell at the Hillstead Farmers Market in Farmington on Sundays and through our Cut Flower Club , which is an 8 week flower CSA program. We also have a self serve retail stand at our home, 121 East Road in Broad Brook.

We grow at three locations, at our home in Broad Brook, at our farm on Windsorville Road in Broad Brook and also at Collins Creamery/Dairy Farm in Enfield.

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