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FrontGate PRETTY BIRD Wood-grilled heritage chicken shines with a zesty honey glaze. WOODLIFE RANCH produces a full larder of provisions ranging from homegrown maple syrups to an assortment of delectable honeys: a rich Raw, Applewood Smoked, and Bourbon Barrel Aged (right). One of the largest contiguous holdings in Western Massachusetts, the 1,100-acre Berkshire Mountains estate has long been a proponent of the farm-to-table movement that first sprouted in Great Barrington. Restock your cupboard with their Wood Crate Collection ($200), which includes an assortment of maple syrups, honeys, pancake and waffle mix, and other goodies. — Eric O'Keefe PHOTOGRAPHY BY GUSTAV SCHMIEGE III WOODLIFE RANCH HONEY Bourbon Barrel Aged $17 WOODLIFERANCH.COM L A N D T O T A B L E 32 L ANDREP ORT.COM e LandReport | SPRING 20 19

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