Northern Rhode Islanders have been enjoying Wright's Dairy Farm products since the year 1914. For generations we have provided very personalized service and an uncompromised quality in dairy and pastry products. We produce and bake everything right on our farm premises and there IS a difference. It's difference that you'll have to "taste" to appreciate.

Family Owned & Operated!

  • Edward Wright
  • Ellen Puccetti
  • Jennifer Roberts
  • Elizabeth Dulude
  • Clayton Wright
  • Steven Puccetti
  • Paul Dulude
The first deed was recorded in the North Smithfield, RI Town Hall by George Wright.
Milk was being delivered to houses in cans.
The homestead was built and the family grew.
Pasteurization became necessary. A dairy or milk processing plant was set-up. Ernest Wright took over the business and built up a successful home delivery route of milk and cream in glass bottles.
Ernest sold the business to his son Edward Wright. Edward opened a retail farm store, to sell the milk and eggs, and discontinued the home delivery route.
Claire Wright started making pies in her home to be sold in the small retail store.
The official bakery opened.
The bakery steadily grew to incorporate a full line of baked products, cream pastries and decorated cakes. Numerous additions were added to accommodate the growing bakery and store.
Large addition added to dairy and bakery. Total reorganizing of building including new rack oven, mixing room, loading dock and 2000 gallon bulk tank.
New 120 cow freestall barn built.
New retail store added that includes storage and office space upstairs, the old store becomes much needed bakery production space.
New state of the art milking barn is built, large viewing window allows the public to view the cows being milked; daily 3pm-5pm.
New 2400 square foot Shop built.
Old barn taken down, new red storage barn built. Driveway re-routed to make way for new barn.
New 4000 square foot barn built, function will be new bakery space and storage.