Important information regarding 2022-2023 pellet availability and delivery
PELLET AVAILABILITY is limited for the 2022-2023 Season. Check here frequently for updates on availability and prices. We will not have a waiting list for Vermont Pellets this season. The company is facing labor shortages and equipment repairs so they will be in very short supply.
PELLET DELIVERY: Choose your drop-off spot carefully. Our delivery trucks are extremely heavy, commercial vehicles that can cause ruts and damage to your lawn, septic system, yard, or driveway. In order to avoid damage to newly paved or recently seal-coated driveways, we recommend choosing a different location for pellet drop-off. Hubbard's Farm does not accept responsibility for damages or cover repair costs to your lawn, yard, septic system, or driveway.
GARAGE DELIVERY: Please make sure your garage is empty when we are scheduled to deliver. For everyone's health and safety, our driver will not handle or move boxes, bikes, laundry baskets, or other items. Additionally, the pallet jack requires plenty of space to maneuver around. If the garage is not cleared, the pellets will be dropped outside.
DELIVERY DATE: Your order will be delivered in 1-6 weeks. You will be contacted a few days prior to our driver's arrival.
Hours at Farm Our Stands in Princeton and Sterling
You can now purchase our farm-raised meats, eggs, cheeses, and fresh vegetables (seasonally) at our Farm Stand in Sterling at 272 Princeton Road, as well as here at the farm, at 154 Houghton Road, Princeton.
Princeton Farm Stand Hours: Monday 9-3, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9-Noon, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday Closed
Bulk purchases of pellets and landscape materials are available in Princeton only. Please call ahead for pickup.
Sterling Farm Stand Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 12-6, Thursday & Friday 9-6, Saturday 9-2, Sunday & Monday Closed
Visit Our Market Trailer at Westminster Farmers Market on Fridays 3-6, May-October
Mass Audubon, Land Conservation, December 20, 2018
"A Legacy Lives at Hubbard's Farm," The Landmark, July 5, 2017