860 West Brookfield Rd., New Braintree, MA 01531 | 508-980-7085

Now’s the perfect time to stock up on beef.

The best way to save on beef is to buy in bulk. Farmer Matt has 1/4, 1/2, and whole beef available now so you can stock up for the fall and winter. 

Farm-fresh and nothing more

Non-GMO, no added antibiotics or hormones.
Just farm-fresh and delicious.

As a purveyor of North America’s finest quality meats, Farmer Matt offers an exquisite selection of farm-fresh, pasture-raised beef, chicken, and pork.

Located in New Braintree, MA, Farmer Matt operates on a 400+ acre farm and prides itself in offering the highest quality proteins and locally sourced ingredients. From honey to flour, sauces to marinades, come find out why Farmer Matt has become known as a Massachusetts hidden gem.

If you’re in search of fresh salami for your charcuterie board or want to impress a guest with a fine ribeye steak, then drop on by.

Check out the upcoming workshops and events happening at the farm.

Restaurant Specials

Holiday Ham Dinner
$21.99
Ham dinners are ready-to-heat and include a generous portion of ham, whipped potatoes, maple glazed carrots, and green beans.

Farm-Fresh Eats

Come experience the complexity of flavors from Farmer Matt’s kitchen. Enjoy our homemade lasagna with marinara sauce or dive into a 1/2 rack of Big n’ Meaty BBQ pork ribs. Our menu changes with the seasons, so the food is always fresh. All it takes is one visit to see why Farmer Matt has become the secret getaway for food connoisseurs and those who champion high-quality foods.

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What’s Fresher Than Farm-to-Table? How About a Table at a Farm?

Matt Koziol was living the American Dream. He spent a decade working as a financial counselor. He then ventured off on his own, taking over a printing franchise, followed by his own solar company. But something was missing. Matt wanted a new challenge. He wanted to build something to call his own, so he hung up his suit and tie and set out for greener pasture, and that’s precisely what he got when he decided to become a farmer.

Known by locals as Farmer Matt, he now owns a 214-acre farm and leases an additional 400+ acres of farmland—much of which has been certified organic since 2015. He cares for and breeds quality Angus cows and calves, making sure to use a purebred bull each season. In addition to selling farm-fresh beef, Farmer Matt sells certified and conventional hay while providing local farmers with custom haymaking options and other farm services.

But this level of success wasn’t achieved overnight. Matt’s career change was more a calculated risk than a leap of faith, and it was by design. Knowing he would one day own a farm, his journey began by interning for several local farmers. In one memorable instance, Matt recalls how he landed his first internship. While searching for a place to hunt and fish, the farmer who owned the land said that he could hunt and fish on the farm, so long as he was willing to help around the farm…>

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What’s Fresher Than Farm-to-Table? How About a Table at a Farm?

Matt Koziol was living the American Dream. He spent a decade working as a financial counselor. He then ventured off on his own, taking over a printing franchise, followed by his own solar company. But something was missing. Matt wanted a new challenge. He wanted to build something to call his own, so he hung up his suit and tie and set out for greener pasture, and that’s precisely what he got when he decided to become a farmer.

Known by locals as Farmer Matt, he now owns a 214-acre farm and leases an additional 400+ acres of farmland—much of which has been certified organic since 2015. He cares for and breeds quality Angus cows and calves, making sure to use a purebred bull each season. In addition to selling farm-fresh beef, Farmer Matt sells certified and conventional hay while providing local farmers with custom haymaking options and other farm services.

But this level of success wasn’t achieved overnight. Matt’s career change was more a calculated risk than a leap of faith, and it was by design. Knowing he would one day own a farm, his journey began by interning for several local farmers. In one memorable instance, Matt recalls how he landed his first internship. While searching for a place to hunt and fish, the farmer who owned the land said that he could hunt and fish on the farm, so long as he was willing to help around the farm…>

Meet Farmer Matt

I knew that I wanted to raise beef that I could  feel good about.

Matt Koziol
Real-life Farmer