Welcome to Phillips Farm.

We no longer have blueberries for sale at the door.

We have enjoyed a successful and rewarding 6 years of cleaning and packaging 5lb. boxes of our wild blueberries for sale – fresh and frozen.

Now due to advancing years and changing life circumstances, we have decided to discontinue this facet of our business.

So, starting August 2023 we will no longer be diverting some of our harvest for sale from the farmhouse door.  All the berries will be sold directly to the processors.

Find us

We are located between Masstown and Glenholme off Trunk 4.

Watch for the honey sign directing you to us.

Local Nova Scotia Honey


150 gm gift jars $5.00 (make a nice wedding favour)

500 gm jar or squeeze bottle liquid honey $8.00

1kg jar liquid honey $15.00

12 ½ lb jug liquid honey $65.00

15 lb pail creamed honey $70.00

beeswax $18.00/lb includes HST

beeswax (small rounds –muffin size) $4.00 includes HST


Please contact us to order or for additional information


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