House through crabapples

Kinne Brook Farm has been in the Lake family since 1980. In 2010, Eliza Lake and her husband Bart Niswonger bought the farm and now live in the early 19th-century farmhouse with their son Augustus and their daughter Charlotte.

The farm is rich in its diversification: we have a growing herd of Highland Cattle which we raise for beef; have a flock of chickens from which we get eggs; make hay with our neighbors on our collective 65 acres that we sell out of our barn; cut our own firewood; and provide sap to our neighbors J.P. and Marian Welch for maple syrup. In addition, Bart builds furniture in an old machinery shed and Eliza works at a local community health center.

For more information, contact info@kinnebrookfarm.com.

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Eliza Lake & Bart Niswonger
Kinne Brook Farm
481 Kinne Brook Road
Worthington, MA 01098
413-238-8001
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