Store Spotlight: Farm-Way Inc.

Minnetonka Store Spotlight: Farm-Way, Inc 286 Waits River Rd Bradford, VT 05033

Farm-Way, Inc of Bradford Vermont is a family owned and operated store that has been in business for over 30 years by partners Skip & Carol Metayer and Paul & Bobbie Gallerani, along with Paul & Shelby Metayer and 35 dedicated employees.  Learn more about Farm-Way, Inc of Bradford today in our Minnetonka Store Spotlight!

What’s your Minnetonka story?
We started as a feed store in 1982, and grew into one of the largest footwear stores in Vermont with over 20,000 pairs on hand! We offer a wide selection of clothing and sporting goods, including kayaks, fencing and farming products.  Along with a gift house that features cookware, jewelry, pocketbooks, furniture and more!

For over 20 years Minnetonka has been part of our footwear collection.  Our Minnetonka selection is located at the entrance of our footwear department with over four dozen styles available year round.

What is your favorite Minnetonka slipper style?
Our favorite Minnetonka style is the Cally slipper, due to the variety of available colors which always makes it a popular selection in our store.

What is the most popular Minnetonka style in your store?
This year the Men’s Pile Lined Hardsole slipper was our most popular style!  With the Chrissy Bootie in a close second.

What are a few must see destinations near your store?
Bradford has Wright’s Mountain which is perfect for hiking and also offers spectacular views.

At the Bradford Falls you will most likely will see a photographer at any given time capturing the beauty of the river cascading towards the mill. Our town also borders the Connecticut River which has miles of boating and fishing opportunities.

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