2000 - Bob and his wife, Debbie, decided to diversify again and created an agri-tourism destination called Meadows Maze. It started out as a 14-acre corn maze, but they have continued to add attractions over the years including rides, a petting zoo, corn cannons, party rooms, pig races and the Harvest Time barn.
2006 - Bob, Debbie and their children are strong advocates of eating local, supporting fellow farmers, and strengthening community relations. Having a space where they could sell their meats, local produce and dairy and more was the next logical move. In 2006, Hopcott Premium Meats opened a 9,000 square foot shop, reminiscent of an early 1900s feel with high ceilings, wooden beams and heritage pieces.
2015 - Hopcott Meats unveiled their expansion, increasing the total store to 17,000 square foot. This included larger retail space with longer fresh meat cases, a commercial kitchen and a sit down bistro and outdoor patio.