Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Did anyone Know?

July is National Baked Bean Month. Who knew? Baked beans are filling,healthy and low in fat. They are also best friends with hot dogs. They go every where together. Family Bar-B Q's and on a picnic, and of course home-made for a Sunday dinner. The reason you should be aware of this bean invasion is that it is also Morse Farms annual Bean-Hole-Bean supper on July 23rd at 5:30 til 7:30. We have all the fixings....Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, and of course the beans best friend the Hot Dog. We are open til 8:oo so you can get your creemee for dessert. See you soon.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Time to celebrate !!!

Another new baby has been added to Tom's growing herd. Even if he/she hasn't come close enough to get a look at. Also more new products have been added in the store and strawberries are flying out of here. Betsy is making home-made biscuits and we have whipped cream. Fourth of July sounds like a Strawberry Short Cake kind of day! Fast, easy, and yummy. Burr will be selling his famous Maple Kettle Corn on Sunday for the goings-on down in Montpelier, so stop by and say "Hi" and then come on up and take a look around. Don't forget your creemee. Happy 4th of July!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Another baby?

We now have three babies out in the field. All Moms seem to care for whoever comes along. I guess a form of " it takes a whole pasture to make a herd." They all seem to be doing well. The two older ones run, jump and play and the newest little one just takes another nap. Not ready for any cow games yet. Stop by, bring your camera, take a stroll thru the store and see all our new items. Don't forget to get a creemee before you go. Ahhhhh Summer!!!

Friday, June 10, 2011

Finally Summer !

The last few days have been HOT and we still are getting some pretty strong thunder storms but it really does look like summer has arrived. People are already complaining its too hot. Come on now, remember winter and the cold and snow you shoveled, and then this really bad rain and flooding? Hot weather is made for having a maple creemee. Kids love the maple sprinkles, they call it"maple dust". School will be out soon and families will be coming to visit our green state. Lots of them stop in here for their Pure Vermont Syrup and of course a maple creemee. So ask anyone where to get a great maple creemee and they will direct you to the Morse Farm. See you soon.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Have you herd!

We now have two new babies out in the fields. The first one was born around Memorial Day I think because when I first saw it, he/she was already running around and jumping and kicking up his heels. So cute! The newest arrival was out there this morning with mom. Tom's herd is growing again. Stop by and get a maple creemee or a float and see if you can spot the new kids of the pasture. Nice views from our decks. See you soon.

Thursday, May 26, 2011


Summer is here for the most part. Still quite cool and real rainy. The black flies and mostquitos are really having a great time with all the wet weather. Even with the not so perfect weather guests are arriving from all kinds of places and are enjoying our beautiful views and green state. Schools will be out soon and our creemee lines will be long but we are fast and can get you on your way quickly. Stop by and see whats new and enjoy our porch with a view.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Spring at last

Spring has finally sprung.....Rain,rain, and more rain. One week of sunshine and right back to more rain. Lawns and flowers love it but the sun isn't out long enough to keep up with the grass and the weeds. The mud has dried up...pretty much and people and buses have started coming to the Morse Farm to visit us. We have five buses this week and three more coming in next week. They will be looking for their Sugar-on-Snow and creemees, and other new this spring items that will catch their eye. We still have bulk syrup for our locals, grass-fed beef and of course Maple Kettle corn. Stop by with your guests and take a look at whats new. Don't forget to stop and smell the flowers and fresh cut grass. Happy Spring!