Gardens & Animals

We have several seasonal fruits and fruit trees, vegetables, and flower gardens.

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We have 5 donkeys, a mule, 2 horses, 4 goats, over 25 sheep, 7 alpaca, 5 peacocks, 2 swans, guinnea hens, golden/silver/ring-neck pheasants, wood ducks, and more chickens than we can count.

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This video was created by Doug LeBlanc, a professional cinematographer. He visited the farm with his family this past summer and wanted to capture “our story.” Maple Crest Farm is a “collective” and mostly random, “group” rescue effort, that has evolved with each new animal addition…and the story behind each is unique. There truly is a “story” and animal/human connection behind them all…including the bees. We can’t thank Doug and his family enough for creating such a BEAUTIFUL Video!

Video from WABI TV5


We sell  honey, fresh eggs, alpaca fiber & yarn products, and sheep wool & yarn products.

We also sell baby chicks, juvenile chicks and laying (adult chickens) of various breeds (some rare).

Locally raised grass fed  “Freezer Lamb” which are mature sheep greater than 4 months old but less than one year and are typically sold by “hanging weight” and processing can be customized at a state-inspected facility and provide nutritious flavorful lamb far superior to store bought imported lamb.  Contact us for further details and pricing.

Raw, Local Honey $8.00/Lb.
We can and have customized favors for weddings and baby showers.

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Sadly, this years Sheep For A Cure event has been cancelled due to COVID 19.
SHEEP FOR A CURE in 2021 will be 6/16/21 for the back to back and sheep shearing contest.

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Thank you for all that have supported us in creating this eventA Special thanks to Maple Crest Farms for being our hosts. As well as Katahdin Trust, Attorney Paul Brown, and Cross Insurance for your generous sponsorship and support.

We look forward to next year.

We do farm tours by appointment and we have a few open farm days, mostly during the summer, but some spring and fall.  We do not charge for the tours but accept donations to help cover the costs for feed and veterinary care as many of our animals are “rescued.” Please do not show up unannounced.

We also do photo ops for senior pictures, engagements and business retreats, such as picnics. Trish is a talented photographer if you need one!