Middle Branch Farm was settled by the Colburn family in the mid 1700’s. Generations of Colburn’s farmed the land producing apples, cider, maple syrup, a variety of vegetables, dairy, eggs, and poultry.
In 2000 the Colburn’s sold the farm to the Noonan family, who took stewardship over its 100 acres of rolling pastures, fertile fields, and woodlands.
We have continued the tradition of a diversified, sustainable family farm. All of our products are raised and grown utilizing sustainable organic farming practices.
The rapidly vanishing rural landscapes of open fields and wooded tracts is best preserved through sustainable family farms. Our members share our committment to open space preservation and sustainable, organic farming practices.