Lawton’s Family Farm

Lawton’s  Family Farm is a small family farm that has passed through the generations since 1732. The land we farm is all that is left of a Kings Land Grant given to Edward Lawton’s ancestors, the Morse’s. It once spread from Foxborough to Medfield to Dedham. Ed and Nancy take pride in the fact that the farm is a celebrated Massachusetts Century Farm and also a Massachusetts Dairy Farm of Distinction. Ed and Nancy, along with daughter, Terri, operate this last dairy farm in Norfolk County.

On the farm we milk 24 cows, mostly Ayrshires. We sell unpasteurized “raw” milk here at Oake Knoll Ayrshires and make delicious cheeses with the milk we have left at Foxboro Cheese!

All our products are available at our on-the-Farm Farm Stand and we sell many of our products at several Massachusetts Farmer’s Markets.

And it wouldn’t be a dairy farm without lots of Manure! We use most of it to fertilize our pastures and garden, but we will happily sell you some of this amazing “black gold” manure.

There is firewood sold at the farm, but it isn’t Separate from our farm Ronny sells firewood. Contact him at (508) 543-6467