About Us

Smith Farm Bridgewater MAThe farm was originally started as a potato farm in the 1920’s by Carl Smith on 20 acres.  Numerous changes over the years included the addition of livestock and poultry.   In the late 1950’s 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..

Grower’s  updates:

Chris SmithNew things are always  happening at the farm. Check out our blog for the latest news and changes as the season progresses.

We sell only our own, in-season, locally  grown fruit and produce.  Fruits and produce sold at our farm in East  Bridgewater, or any of our farmer’s  markets locations were planted, grown, and harvested in  our own local fields.  Our on-site cider mill is federally inspected and certified.   Additional items sold in our store, which we may not produce ourselves, are purchased from  trusted local growers, bakers, or producers only.

Please keep in mind when visiting that  C.N. Smith Farm is a privately owned working farm.  Visitors are kindly asked  to  remain in designated customer areas, observe warning signs and stay clear of  parked or operating equipment for obvious safety reasons.  Also, to  help us keep costs down and maintain cleanliness, please place trash in proper receptacles  or take it home with you. For health code reasons, please leave your pets at  home.  Your cooperation is appreciated so that everyone may enjoy the open space and fresh locally grown produce we cultivate.