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History of the Lawndale Farm 
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About Us - The History of Lawndale Farm

Tractor PicBack in 1921 Kenneth Times Sr. and his mother Dorothy bought Lawndale Farm. Ninety years and five generations later the farm is still owned and operated by the Times Family.

Cow PicOriginally the farm was primarily a dairy operation, milking as many as 50 cows and only growing about 5 acres of vegetables.  Today we grow over 30 acres of fresh vegetables, sell honey from our own hives, and still have a pet cow named Sloppy.  We also raise 25 acres of quality hay and straw bales.

Tractor PicIn the fall we offer pick your own tomatoes and pumpkins, hayrides, and a cornfield treasure hunt. During the holiday season we have wreaths, garland and fresh cut Christmas trees with hundreds to choose from.  

FamilyLawndale Farm is conveniently located right on RT 3A, just minutes from the highway. Our farmstand is open from mid July through Christmas, but honey, hay, and straw bales are available all year round.  Please come on by and visit us. We look forward to seeing you!

We manage our farm using sustainable agricultural practices that help protect our natural resources and preserve open spaces.

Did You Know?

Did you know that every dollar you spend at a farm or local farmers market circulates through your local community
seven times?

By purchasing local food and products you are helping to fuel our economy and keep our state strong.

We perserve rural character, local jobs, use local goods and services, plus are contributing citizens to the community!

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Email: Doug@lawndalefarm.com 2011 Lawndale Farm 91 Frost Rd. Tyngsboro0, MA 01879