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796 Greenwich Road Hardwick, Massachusetts

It’s always a beautiful day at the Farm…

Stonehedge Farm is a 20 acre farm located in scenic Hardwick, Massachusetts and owned by  Pat and Dale Lind. The QUAINT New England farm dates back to the mid 1800's and in 1865 was used to raise mules for the Civil War.  Stroll around the farm, then visit our store and browse the extraordinary selection of soft, warm alpaca sweaters, hats, socks and yarn (natural and hand dyed)…and much more in their country store.

It's picture-perfect year 'round, so drop by when you visit the the Quabbin Valley. Home to the Brimfield Antiques Show, Hardwick Vineyard and Winery, Rose 32 Bread and Bakery/Cafe and the Center at Eagle Hill just to name a few. Stonehedge Farm is the perfect day trip for you and your family.

Our Alpaca Herd has found a new home…

Stonehedge Farm no longer has Alpacas on our farm. We made the hard decision to let them go to another alpaca farm where our herd of alpacas will still enjoy sunny pastures and the beautiful four seasons of scenic New  England.

...but they left behind their luxurious alpaca fiber that we’ve made into yarn. In our farm store we have available soft, warm, breathable alpaca clothing apparel and yarn.

Saturday & Sunday 11 am to 4 pm or by appointment

Socks     /    Hats    /    Gloves and Scarves

The Farm

Once you’ve experience the warmth and beauty of alpaca fiber you’ll want more. Stop in and browse the farm and visit our store. We’ love to see you.

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