Hide & Go Peep Farm
Hide and Go Peep Farm is a small family farmstead located in East Madison, just outside of the East Madison village, near Wesserunsett Lake and four miles from downtown Skowhegan. They offer duck and goose eggs, annual and perennial seedlings, cut flowers, medicinal and culinary herbs, hog shares and holiday geese. Customers are welcome to schedule visits with Hide & Go Peep to see how animals are being raised there.
Based on the Ward Hill Rd in Norridgewock with outlying apiaries in Madison and Starks, this certified bee-friendly farm and apiary produces raw honey and a variety of beeswax products, as well as farm-fresh eggs. Beekeeper, blogger, and pollinator conservationist Samantha Burns owns and operates her farm with the help of her partner Paul Smith.
Check out the Runamuk blog and website at: runamukacres.com.
Located off of Blackwell Hill road in Madison Maine, now in its third growing season, Sidehill Farm is operated by Crymson Sullivan and Jessica Paul. Their mission, simply put, is to provide local, naturally cultivated vegetables for themselves and their community. They maintain a 15,000 square foot market garden, utilize sustainable principles and intensive planting techniques. Check out their 2017 vegetable CSA shares!
Willow Lane Farm
Willow Lane Farm of Harmony is family owned and operated, specializing in free-range, grass-fed registered Scottish Highland cattle for breeding stock and beef.
Yellow Place Bakehouse
Delicious breads and baked goods by Maria Reynolds of Solon. Get to market early for tasty breakfast scones and muffins. Take home fresh-baked cookies, or granola for snacks during the school-week. New in 2017, Yellow Place is offering select cut-flower and fragrant rosemary plants!
Check them out online at: yellowplacebakehouse.com
S&S Kid Farm
What started as a small hobby farm in 2010 on a 2 acre lot off the Father Rasle Road in Norridgewock has turned into a part-time job. Farmer Shanna Brown with the assistance from her family, work primarily to make goat milk soap and cheese, but also make other all natural products like body whips, lip balms, body scrubs and much much more. Besides raising goats they have rabbits, ducks, chickens, a mini horse and pigs. The farm also boasts gardens that provide their family with lots of food for winter preserving through canning and freezing. Tours are welcome by appointment or check them out on Facebook!
BraeTek’s Lemonade Stand
Now 10 years old, BraeTek Burns’ lemonade stand has been a fixture at the Madison Farmers’ Market for the last 3 years. This young entrepreneur makes his own lemonade and iced tea for market-goers, and in 2016 he debued homemade dog “cookies” which he makes using Ceasar Milan’s basic dog-treat recipe. Be sure to stock up on cookies for your dog every Saturday at the Madison Farmers’ Market!
Even the nationally recognized Skowhegan Farmers’ Market once started with just 2 vendors. Download our market application by clicking this link and submit it to our market manager for review to join our team of farmers serving the people of Madison and it’s surrounding communities! OR: Contact our market manager for more information!