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If you would like new and exciting ways to prepare our fresh produce, please browse our Crossroad Farm Recipe Collection. This collection is constantly growing, so continue to check back now and again.

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OUR HOURS + LOCATION

Our new NORWICH farmstand, located just south of King Arthur Flour Cafe, is open from 10 am to 6pm daily except Sundays 10am-5 pm, from June through Thanksgiving. The Post Mills Farm Stand is open daily from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, from the end of April through October and is now closed for the season. The Farm is located in Post Mills, Vermont. Please follow our directions to join us there. Or call us

Post Mills (802) 333-4455

Norwich   (802) 649-2852

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Mar022011

Produce Grown with Vermont Pride

Spring Favorites bring something new each day– Spinach, Asparagus, Lazy Lettuce Mix, Arugula, Beet Greens, Strawberries, Herbs, Peas  and New Potatoes.

Summer Excitement arrives with our famous Tomatoes (beefsteak, heirloom and cherry), delicious Summer Squash and Zucchini, sweet Onions,  Savannah Green Beans, Yukon Gold Potatoes, the best ever Sweet Corn, and our exceptional vine-ripened Melons.

Fall Necessities include Pumpkins, Winter Squash, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts and all the root crops.

We are a great source for ripe tomatoes by the box for all your canning and freezing.  In the fall we encourage you to think about buying bulk quantities of winter squash and other storage vegetables so you can continue to eat “in season”.  Call any time for bulk quantities for Canning and Freezing. Visit Our Produce page to see a complete list of our vegetables and their availability.

While some fruits at the stand are not grown on our farm, we sure enjoy eating them and think you will too.  In season, we have locally grown Blueberries, from Wild Hill Organic Blueberries, West Fairlee, VT. These often will coincide with Raspberries that we buy from our neighbors in Vershire. In the Fall, Moore’s Orchard supplies us with a wide variety of Apples. Peaches and Cherries are other popular fruits that we carry throughout the Summer.

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