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The Robb Farm Sugar House

822 Ames Hill Rd., Brattleboro, VT
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Established in 1907 by Thomas and Christine Betterly, Hermon Robb’s grandparents, the large barn was moved from Halifax in 1912. The farmhouse was built in 1914, both are still in use. The farm is currently run by Charles Sr., Helen, Charles Jr., and Karen Robb.

In August 2011, the 105-year-old farm ended its multi-generational dairy operation by milking its last Holstein and has since focused on Vermont maple syrup products. The Robb family has long recognized the value of eating naturally grown and local foods. They have even converted the old milking room into kitchen space to make their own value-added maple products, such as maple candy.

Maple 100 – Fall Maple Tour

Robb Family Farm is a sixth-generation farm that began on the present location in 1907. They have 5,500 taps and make their maple syrup on a wood-fired evaporator. They make their own maple candy, maple cream, granulated maple sugar, and of course, maple syrup - all available in the gift shop. Come take a guided tour of their sugarbush and sugarhouse as they explain the process of making maple syrup. The tours end with tasting of the the different grades of maple syrup!
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