New Market Idea in Waterville

Waterville will christen the “Barrels Community Market” at 74 Main St. on June 21st — an indoor market offering local food year round. The Waterville Sentinel highlighted the participation of the Kennebec Cheesery in their article last week covering their April 22 open house:

“I think it’s going to be a wonderful addition to downtown,” said Kimberly N. Lindlof, president and chief executive officer of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. “It should really complement existing businesses such as Jorgensen’s and Joseph’s Market and be a real asset to the restaurants that are here.”

Sunset Acres Offers

  • Sunset Acres Farm —
    • 75 gallon bulk tank all working Used here for 4 years. Great starter tank. $600
    • 100 and a 150 gal bulk tanks Never run here but running when removed from farm. Still have freon in them so that is a good sign!! Could be used for vats or whatever your mind could think up. I have many ideas. $250 each
    • Large hot water heating unit for cheese plant. Actually a swimming pool heater! Ran everything here and cheaply. Needs to be installed out of doors and we didn’t have the room anymore. Many new parts. Cost over $2,000 will sell with many installation parts for $700.
    • Just bought many reg. Sannens from a milking herd that shows some not the other way around. Excellant bloodlines. Great herd buck prospects and some does. KIDS
    • Also many purebred Alpines this year. Many from Tom Cox bloodlines. Some does are 12 years old so that says a lot! Contact us at