Yes there was a lot of snow today, but digging out is what New England does. So join us On Saturday, February 9, 2017. we’ll be back at the Amherst Winter Farmers Market with our hand cream, eggs and honey. It may be cold out and the ground is covered with snow, but there isRead more about Blizzard here, the end of the world again, but we will be at the Amherst Winter Farmers Market[…]
Riding on Route 148 on the bridge at White’s Landing last week and the scene was beautiful. The dark clouds opened just enough to let the setting sun through. The contrast was lovely and my poor photo does not do it justice. On Saturday, we’ll be back at the Amherst Winter Farmers Market with ourRead more about Life on the Quaboag – A beautiful river at sunset[…]
This Saturday, January 21, 2017 the Amherst Winter Farmers’ Market will be back at the Amherst Regional Middle School, 170 Chestnut Street, Amherst, MA. We shall be there with our lovely beeswax hand cream as well as our dried, ground habaneros and eggs and honey. Also at the market will be CISA’s Winter Fare. CISARead more about The Amherst Winter Farmers’ Market is back with the CISA Winter Fare[…]
A customer from Sunderland has sent us a lovely testimonial that can you read below: I first purchased the Quoabaug Trading Company beeswax at the Amherst Farmers Market. I loved it. I used it to moisturize my face and hands and also to treat a little eczema that I had on my hands and feet. Read more about Wonderful new testimonial and last Amherst Winter Farmers Market of 2016[…]
For more than a couple of decades we have been going to the Amherst Farmers Market each fall. For the first time ever, We shall bring our products to the Amherst Winter Farmers Market. The winter market is held on Saturdays at the Amherst Regional Middle School, 170 Chestnut Street in Amherst, Massachusetts. So comeRead more about Come see Quaboag at the Amherst Winter Farmers Market[…]
Gosh, we love using big words, like penultimate. So, the second last AFM is Saturday and we have the usual suspects, honey, hand cream, dried ground habaneros, eggs and butternut squash. The squash has been particularly plentiful, and it’s that time of year, so stop by and get it now before the Thanksgiving rush. Okay,Read more about The penultimate Amherst Farmers Market – Butternut Squash, we got’em[…]
Or, ath we Cathtillians thay; Habaneroth! Come by and if you can stand it, pick up a jar of “Quaboag Heat.” We shall also have honey, beeswax hand cream, eggs and anything that survives a frost. See you there.