Butternut Farm — 1654 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033; 860-633-7197; Fresh eggs and Oberhasli goats for sale. Bed and Breakfast.
The Old Cider Mill — 1287 Main Street Glastonbury, CT 06033 Visit this historic site to sample fall at its best. The oldest continually running Cider Mill in the USA! We offer fresh pressed cider, locally grown apples, pumpkins, mums, sunflowers, and ice cream. Our General Store carries organic and local honey, maple syrup, granola and crafts. Petting zoo and baby chicks to hold. Wednesdays –Fridays 12pm-6pm, Saturday-Sunday 9am-6pm. Apple Fritters only on weekends and Columbus Day
Dzialo Honey, 363 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033; 860-633-7933- Provides local honey
Specializing in apples, cut-your-own Christmas trees, and pick-your-own strawberries
Family owned and operated since 1903
Carini’s Berry Farm — 470 Chestnut Hill Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033; 860-633-3110; Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, asparagus, herbs, tomatoes, corn, summer & winter squash, cabbage, Swiss chard, eggplant, peppers, cucumbers, broccoli. Pick you own and picked items at road side stand. Call for hours; seasonal.
Wind-Gait Farm — 45 Hi-Gait Farms Road, S. Glastonbury, CT 06073; 860-659-3426; Mohair yarns and fiber; Nubian Goats; goat milk soap; white Angora Goats. Call for more information.
Killam and Bassette Farmstead, LLC — 14 Tryon Street, S. Glastonbury, CT 06073; 860-833-0095; Free range eggs, USDA pork & chicken products, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, rhubarb, melons, peaches, apples, plums, pears, grapes, corn, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, winter & summer squash, onions, carrots, cabbage, asparagus, peas, green & yellow beans, beets, leeks, scallions, Brussels sprouts, collard greens, Swiss chard, bok choy, cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, basil, rosemary, dill and award winning canned goods (pickles, jams, sauces, relishes & chow), 4 versatile CSA programs. Farm dinners & free farm tasting events throughout the season. Open July – August 9am to 6pm–manned, September – June 9am to 6pm–honor system.
Hours are Friday, Saturday and Monday 8am-1pm; Tuesday through Thursday 8am-1pm and 4pm-7pm; produce blueberries, chestnuts, garlic, onions and vegetables and maple syrup varieties (original, cinnamon and vanilla infused). Off-season-by appointment
E. Draghi & Sons Farms — 80 Main Street, S. Glastonbury, CT; 06073; 860-633-2197; Apples, pears, peaches, plums, blueberries, strawberries, nectarines, raspberries, blackberries, herbs, lettuce, tomatoes, corn, peas, beans, summer and winter squash, asparagus, eggplant, onions, potatoes, peppers, bakery items, gourmet foods, annual & perennial flowers, Christmas Trees, cemetery arrangements, kissing balls, wreaths, roping, apple cider, cheese, eggs, honey, and so much more. Seasonal (April-Christmas) 7am-6pm daily.
Glastonbury Farms and Resources CSA = Community Supported Agriculture Glastonbury Farmers Market Coalition, Inc. – Wednesdays at the Riverfront Park, 300 Welles Street. June 19 through August
Purchasing fresh milk or cheese from your Connecticut farmer is an experience like no other. Findng a local farm outlet has never been easier! Dont’ forget many of these products can also be purchase in your local supermarket.
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Website listings and publications to help you find and enjoy Connecticut Grown products from farms, farmers’ markets, and local businesses across the state, and discover on-farm activities for all.
Did you know there are over 30 vineyards and wineries in Connecticut? Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at a Connecticut winery!
Bite into fall with crisp, delicious Connecticut Grown apples. With more than 60 varieties of apples grown in the state, your favorites are ripening now. Plan your Connecticut orchard visits using the Apple Growers brochure, Apple Growers listing by county, and the Apple Varieties and Their Uses.
If you are a producer and would like to be included in a publication listed above, please fill out the corresponding application, which can be found on the Commodities Listings page.
Looking to participate in a farm’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program? Look no further! Sign up early, Connecticut CSAs fill up fast.
This popular calendar identifies the seasonal availability of Connecticut Grown fruits and vegetables in a multi-colored, easy-to-read chart. Available for downloading.
Wonder what variety is best suited for pies or sauce, or when certain variety is ready for picking?Download this usage guide with color pictures of popular apples. It also has several great recipes!
Connecticut Department of Agriculture NOTICE: To protect the health and safety of the public and our employees, DOAG has limited the number of employees at our 450 Columbus Blvd office and as