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Today I received an e-mail from a friend about a contest that NECN is having for the best place to pick Pumpkins in Massachusetts and I think that we have a pretty awesome pumpkin patch (not to play favorites or anything) so I want everyone who has ever been to the farm to vote for us! It'd be a great way to get our name out to more people and show off a true family business in New England. It doesn't take longer than two minutes and the results are based on how many votes your Pumpkin Patch gets. Thanks for all of the support, I hope you'll vote for us soon! 

 

http://www.necn.com/pages/baby_youre_the_best#ht=1377

 

Liz Fletcher

 
Posted By Fletcher Farm

We are back from the Big E and now the Pumpkin Patch is in full swing! The petting zoo is filled with baby animals and  we've had two new calves born over the weekend which Bob will move down to the stand soon for all to see. The kids stopping are thrilled with the new ride on tractors and toys at the play area! I've realized that hours are not posted on the web site as the phone doesn't stop ringing! We are open everyday weather permitting from now until Halloween and we are usually out at the stand by 9:00 a.m. and are open until it gets dark! If we aren't right at the stand, we are at the farm so be patient and we'll be right down to help you! Unfortunately we only run the hayrides on the weekends in the afternoon since we host school and youth groupd during the week. They are complimentary so please plan to enjoy a haride at the farm soon.

 

Teachers - many dates are full for groups unless you are planning an afternoon visit so give us a call or e-mail us with your preferred dates. Thanks for all the great comments about the web site!

 

Still looking for the perfect scarecrow? We've got a great selection this year at the best prices!

 
Posted By Fletcher Farm

Pumpkins!

 
Posted By Fletcher Farm

Fall is here and the pumpkins are ready for picking! We have an early crop just waiting to be picked - beautiful cinderella pumpkins, a great crop of white pumpkins, and traditional pumpkins of all sizes! The stand is fully stocked with scarecrows, black crows, ghosts and witches to decorate your home and yard. We have eveything you need for fall decorating - mini pumpkins, interesting gourds, straw and hay bales (mini straw bales too), corn stalks with fall ribbons and absolutely gorgeous mums. White, yellow, burgundy, purple...the selection is very nice. Whether you venture out into the field to pick your own or select from ones already picked, come while the selection is the best. The weather this weekend looks perfect!

 

The Fletcher children will be competing at the Franklin County Fair all weekend in Greenfield and Matt heads to the Big E on Thursday to compete with his holstein "Apple".

 

Complimentary hayrides begin the weekend of September 25th & 26th!

 

Cheryl Fletcher

 

 

 
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