Port Clyde is home to the Monhegan Ferry and the village is a bustling seasonal spot. The Farm Stand is located 1 mile before the village and open daily, usually in late April early May, remaining open until the first Sunday in November when daylight savings time ends.
The Farm Stand is always self serve and Paypal/ Venmo friendly.
Follow the farm on our Instagram farm page and our My Maine Farm Girl product page.
As much as we love visitors, Bittersweet Heritage Farm is a registered Maine State Dairy. As a working dairy farm, we protect the animals in accordance with Maine State Biosecurity guidelines. As such, the farm (other than the Farm Stand), is not open to the public.
Barn buildings are closed for health and safety reasons. Animals including the herd of Saanen goats, Romney and Shropshire sheep, Royal Palm Turkeys, ducks, chickens roam freely in the pastures and we welcome you to view them from the Farm Stand. Electric fences surround the pasture to keep the animals safe from predators and to reduce the risk of introducing outside infection.
For their safety, please monitor children to avoid injury from electric fencing.