The Hartness House Tavern prides itself on using only the freshest local ingredients from area farms. Learn more about some of the farms we use below!

Farmer Location Info
Deep Meadow Farms Ascutney, VT
Ephraim Mountain Farms East Alstead, NH
Orchard Hill Bakery Ascutney, VT Family business who has been baking & selling bread since 1997.
orchardhillbreakworks.com
Thomas Dairy Rutland, VT Four generations has been bringing  fresh milk, and other dairy products, to local communities since 1921.
thomasdairy.com
Trout River Brewery East Alstead, NH Originally started in 1996 the company sold to three friends in Springfield, Vermont. They started brewing in 2016 and will continue the tradition of great beer.
troutriverbrewing.com
Vermont Fresh Pasta Proctorsville, VT Owners Ken & Tricia Jarecki have been producing fresh pasta, ravioli, and sauces since 1992.
vermontfreshpasta.com
Woods Cider Mill Weathersfield, VT The cidermill and sugarhouse were built in 2003 and still house the cider press from 1882.The family has been working the land for over 125 years.
woodscidermill.com
Cherry Hill Farm Springfield, VT Family Farm that operates a PYO business in the summer as well as preserves and fruit presse.
cherryhillfarmvt.com
Walpole Creamery Walpole, NH Ice cream is made completely from scratch and on-site with milk delivered from Elm Island Farm.
walpolecreamery.com
Nitty Gritty Grains Charlotte, VT A small family-owned certified organic farming operation.
nittygrittygrain.com
Laughing Child Farm Pawlet, VT Small farm located in the Mettowee River Valley that grows certified organic sweet potatoes.
Deep Root Cooperative Johnson, VT Founded in 1986, Deep Root Organic is one of the oldest co-ops of organic vegetable growers in the US.
Hemingways Just over the border of Vermont Hemingway Farms grows ornamental and edible crops using sustainable methods.
Harlow Farms Charlotte, VT A multigenerational farm located in the fertile Connecticut River Valley.
Plymouth Artisan Cheese Plymouth, VT Plymouth artisan cheeses have been crafted, cut, and waxed by hand for over 125 years.
Parish Hill Creamery Parish Hill West, VT Parish Hill Creamery is a family endeavor drawing on Peter Dixon’s 35 years of cheesemaking and consulting experience.
Vermont Creamery Websterville, VT Cheesemakers Allison Hooper and Bob Reese have made cheese for over 30 years. They started selling at local farmer’s markets and today their cheeses populate the most prestiges cheese boards.