History

The Jennings Family came here after World War II and settled on the Beach Estate, which was an original grant from England. The land currently encompasses over 200 acres and is especially picturesque with Mount Greylock — the tallest peak in Massachusetts — soaring to the east. It was a subsistence farm for many years, as my father, Fred Jennings, was involved in logging and farm animal production.

Sketch of Jennings Farm

The original home burned to the ground in 1958, after which my father cut logs on the property and built a primitive log cabin with no running water. It was here my parents raised a family of five sons. We began our commercial maple syrup operation in 1980. The neighboring dairy farmer cropped the open land until he retired in 1985.

News at Jennings

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March 11th

On March 17th and 18th we will be having Open House at our Sugar House for Massachusetts Maple Weekend!! We will have warm Maple Syrup on Vanilla Ice Cream and Homemade Pancakes with warm Maple Syrup. We are hoping that the Sap will run and that we will be boiling so you can see our whole process in action. The hours will be from 10AM to 2PM.....It will be either super snowy or muddy so wear your boots! We look forward to showing you our Maple Operation. ... see moresee less

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September 21st

Join Jennings Brook Farm at Hancock Shaker Village this weekend for The Country Fair!! ... see moresee less

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