Eagle Farms in Milton Massachusetts; A Christmas Tradition since 1950

Eagle Farms, Milton Massachusetts eagle farms front

Established in 1950.  Over 65 years of being in business!

More than half a century has passed since Eagle Farms first opened its doors and began selling farm-fresh produce from a simple wooden agricultural shed. In 1980, the original owners sold their farmstand to the Tsanotelis family. Over the years and especially under the direction of Jason Tsanotelis, General Manager, Eagle Farms has steadily increased their offerings and the variety of services provided. Today their location has not lost its rustic charm and is home to a four-season farmstand, a quaint nursery and a small greenhouse.

Eagle Farms Gourmet Foods
Eagle Farms has an impressive assortment of delectable gourmet foods

NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTIES

Whether it be winter, spring, summer or fall, Eagle Farms has something to offer.

During the winter, they stock a fine selection of Christmas trees, Handmade Christmas bows, wreaths, garlands and kissing balls. Kiln-dried firewood is a perennial favorite and our plowing services are especially appreciated by those with long driveways.

In the spring, their landscape construction and maintenance crews are ready to serve their customers.

When summer arrives, their greenhouse is a popular stop, where do-it-yourself gardeners can pick from a wide variety of annuals and perennials.

Eagle Farms famous for their Christmas Kissing Balls
Eagle Farms famous for their Christmas Kissing Balls

As autumn approaches, customers can look forward to free-range turkey, locally grown corn, squash, pumpkins and other seasonal produce, delicious pies and sweet apple cider.
Throughout the year, customers can find many unique foods in the store, such as artisan breads.
Next time you are in Milton Massachusetts visit Eagle Farms and check out all their fresh seasonal products.

Eagle Farms Handmade Bows
Eagle Farms offers a unique selection of New England’s Favorite Handmade Christmas Bows

Check out Eagle Farms website http://eaglefarms.net/

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