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You can't buy happiness but you can buy local and that is kind of the same thing.

Keep your friends close and your farmers closer.

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Market Location


(corner of Pleasant & Main St)

Fall & Winter Market Hours

2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

9:00 am to 2:00 pm

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Spring Will Soon Be Sprung!

Our Farmers Are Smiling

Daylight hours are getting longer. The snow falls but quickly melts. The ground is mushy and slushy. Farmers have long since frayed and dog-eared their new seed catalogs. Flower and vegetable seedlings are bursting forth from their indoor or greenhouse containers, stretching toward the life-giving warmth of the sun. Farmers are nervous and fidgeting and smiling, knowing that Spring is coming very soon. With Spring comes the rebirth of all that has been deep, dark and dormant during the long, frigid months of winter. Green shoots above the brown earth are cause for celebration. Buds on the perennial bushes mean success in 2016 for the flower farmer. Newborn calves delight the dairy farmer. Tiny, pink piglets assure the pork farmer that his mortgage will be paid on time. Freely-flowing sap from hundreds or thousands of carefully-tapped maple trees causes purveyors of pure, Maine maple syrup to rejoice.

Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal, rejuvenation, and relief. The growing season has begun again. The independent farmers who sell their goods at Old Squire's Farm Market are anxious to prepare the soil, plant the seeds, feed the animals, and reap the rewards of their hard work.

We all hope to see you soon at Old Squire's Farm Market.


Near: an adverb meaning close; to a point or place not far away; local.

Our vendors live "near" the market; most live within 25 miles of Old Squire's, and many live right here in the Oxford Hills area, which encompasses Harrison, Hebron, Otisfield, Oxford, Waterford, West Paris, Norway and South Paris. Our products are local. We do not import products from out of state or out of the country. MarketPlace vendors re-stock the refrigerators and freezers often. In-person vendors have new, fresh products for every market day.

Dear: an adjective meaning loved or beloved; heartfelt; earnest.

Farmers Market vendors love what they do. Farming is a hard life and requires endless hard work, but for those who do it, there is nothing they would rather be doing. Working in the fresh air with the land, the soil, the plants, the flowers, the animals, the fruit trees, and/or the gardens is a way of life that frees the soul and spirit. Baking all day in one's own kitchen gives a feeling of accomplishment far superior to that of working eight hours a day behind a desk. Our bakers know! They have done both jobs! Other vendors lovingly create their products as time allows: goat milk soaps; felted soaps; felted animals, birds, fish, vegetables, etc.; personal care products and pet care products; homemade crackers; dried apple slices; gluten-free granola; pure maple syrup; note cards; the list is long!


C and C Farm of Norway: Naturally-raised beef, lamb, chicken & pork products.
McAllister Farms and Farmstand of Waterford: Seasonal vegetables; McAllister's own pure maple syrup, pork and chicken.
Mamies Mountain Whoopies Scratch Bakery of South Paris: A variety of freshly baked whoopie pies (chocolate/vanilla and chocolate/peanut butter are always on the table); yeast breads (English muffin toasting bread and honey oatmeal bread are always on the table); cookies; tarts; turnovers; cake slices; cake donuts; homemade strawberry jam; muffins; sweet breads; biscuits. A different assortment every week.
Meadow Ridge Perennial Farm of Hebron: Beautiful, seasonal flower bouquets; hardy, healthy perennial plants (flowering and nonflowering); Christmas wreaths and swags; lovely note cards/envelopes.
High View Farm of Harrison: Raw butter, whole milk, skim milk, feta, sour cream, cream, chocolate milk, cheese curds - all fresh and all delicious. Also, fleece and knitted hats.

C and C Farm of Norway
McAllister Farms and Farmstand of Waterford
Mamies Mountain Whoopies Scratch Bakery of South Paris

Dunham Farm and Velvet Hollow Sugar Works of Greenwood. This is a dedicated gluten-free bakery, featuring sandwich breads; dessert bars; whoopie pies; paleo breakfast buttons and much more. On display in the MarketPlace are two kinds of gluten-free granola; and herbal items. In the MarketPlace freezer, their own homemade ice cream; breads; dessert bars; and soups by the pint or quart.
Back to Roots of South Woodstock: Bags of flavored popcorn (Plain Jane, Sweet & Salty, Garlic & Herb, and All Fired Up); homemade pickles; dilly beans; relish; dip mixes.
Valley View Orchards and Pies of Hebron: Homemade rosemary/sesame, wheat/flax, and olive/Parmesan crackers; dried apple slices; homemade soaps.
Fiddlestick Farm of Hanover: Homemade, organic, frozen ravioli: kabocha pumpkin; kale; fiddlehead; and sampler varieties.
Hooker Family Farm of Oxford: Homemade goat milk soaps; felted soaps; felted wildlife, barnyard, woodland, faeries, flowers and other creations by Stella and Bethany.
Cindys Sweets Bakery of Oxford: Frozen pastries, cheesecake slices, breads, cakes, and other baked goods.
Rooted Earth Farm of Casco: Herbal apothecary bath & body products for people and pets.
Al Baraka Farm of Harrison: Farm fresh eggs.


Old Squire's Farm Market emails a newsletter every Wednesday afternoon or evening. It contains news about some of the vendors who will be at market and what they will have available for sale during the current week. Most weeks there will be a new recipe for you to try. Some weeks include information found on the internet about farming or weather or other topics of interest. Sometimes a story about a market vendor will make its way into the newsletter.
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