Woodstock's open space provides clean water and air, wildlife habitat, scenic vistas, and a special quality of life. At the same, time, open space places minimal demands on public resources. Supporting Woodstock farmers and others in agricultural enterprises helps them stay in business, and benefits the community. Woodstock's farms, and dairy farms in particular, consist of extensive acreage in open space. We can help maintain the rural nature of the town, and the availability of locally grown products by purchasing Woodstock Grown items, including fruits, vegetables, cider, Christmas trees, greenhouse and nursery products, corn silage and hay.
There are about 82 farmer's markets in CT. To request a brochure that lists addresses, days and hours, by county, send a self-addressed stamped business-size envelope to CT DAG, Farmer's Market Brochure, 165 Capitol Avenue, Hartford CT 06106, or see the CT Department of Agriculture website, including their CT Farm Map. You can also get a brochure listing Pick Your Own locations at www.CTGrown.gov (click on publications at the top of the page.) Check out the new Riverfront Pavilion Farmer's Market on 18 Kennedy Drive in Putnam, CT.
Below is a list of some of the Woodstock farm-related businesses and products they sell. All Woodstock phone numbers have a (860) area code. If you would like to be included on this list or change something, please contact the webmaster. Please note that the presence of any link on this site does not constitute an endorsement, favoring, or approval of the site or any specific commercial product, commodity or service by the Town of Woodstock.
Check out the following Brochures:
Woodstock Grown - a guide to agricultural products and services in Woodstock.
Farms in Our Community - The value and benefits of Agriculture in the Last Green Valley.
Living Next to a Farm - How to be a good neighbor to a farmer in 10 easy steps.
Christmas Trees and Seasonal Greenery, Dairy Products, Eggs, Hay, Honey, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Maple Syrup, Nursery and Greenhouse Products, Wineries, and Fiber/Yarn
Christmas Trees and Seasonal Greenery
Krushefsky's Tree Farm
1719 Route 171, Woodstock Valley, 933-0330
Christmas trees, garden accessories
Breton Tree Farm
Route 171 in West Woodstock, 974-9103?
Christmas trees, wreaths, garlands
Mary's Christmas Shop at the Blacksmith Shop
Woodstock Road, East Woodstock, 928-6807. Open November and December
Christmas trees, wreaths, roping, sprays, locally made jams and jellies
Troll Knoll Tree Farm
Joy Road, Woodstock, 974-0108
Christmas trees, wreaths, boughs, raspberries and blueberries
Rte 171 & East Quasset Rd, South Woodstock, 974-0045
Live and cut Christmas Trees
Note: Woodstock currently has more operating dairy farms than any other town in Connecticut. Woodstock dairy products are sold to Cabot Inc., Agri-Mart, and Garelick Milk.
Farmer's Cow 2%, 1% and fat free milk; and seasonal beverages (lemonade and ice/tea lemonade mix.) Open 24/7, self service. The Farmer's Cow is a group of family-owned dairy farms, producing fresh, rBST-free milk from local CT family farms. Milk can be purchased at various locations, including Woodstock at Fairvue Farms Fairvue Market, 199 Rte. 171; and Woodstock Valley Marketplace on 1484 Rte. 171.
Stone Circle Farm
Organically raised, free range duck eggs
978 Route 169, Woodstock, 928-0754 - call before stopping in.
Also at Harvest Moon Health Store in Putnam
Devon Point Farm
93 Pulpit Rock Road
Organic Vegetable and Flower CSA Shares of Grassfed Beef
Red Head Hill Rd., Woodstock, 974-0767
Old fashioned apples, pears, peaches, blueberries
High Spring Orchard
47 Dividend Rd., Woodstock, 928-2469
PYO peaches, apples, blueberries, organic vegetables
Troll Knoll Farm (still in operation?)
71 Joy Road, Woodstock
Corner of Senexet and Roseland Park Roads, Woodstock, 928-3291. Closed Sundays.
Seasonal first Saturday in April - Octcober, Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Vegetables, flowering plants, strawberries, hay, vegetable stand
494 Rte. 169 (Woodstock Hill), PO Box 113, Woodstock, 06281-0113, 928-2225.
Pick your own blueberries (July 15-Sept.1), apples (Sept.2-Oct.19). Retail farm stand open Aug.1-May. Mon-Sat, 8 a.m. to noon; Thursday 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Apples, peaches, pears, plums, blueberries, vegetables, pumpkins, apple cider, honey, maple syrup, jams, jellies, Vermont cheese, tomatoes, summer squash, zucchini, cucumbers.
Woodstock Hill Preserves
Brickyard Road, 928-7708
Fresh preserves including specialty and organic fruits and wine jelly. All natural ingredients, locally-grown fruit (organic when available), handmade in a kitchen with 100% rewnable energy.
99 West Quasset Road, Woodstock 974-2473
Self-service farm stand open 7 days a week
Organic vegetables, herbs, sheep, wool
Blankets and scarves from our own Huacaya alpacas; animal sales; livestock boarding.
Long Meadow Farm
140 Perrin Rd., Woodstock, 974-0014
Hay, tourists welcome
Honey - also see Maple Syrup
Boies Burdock Farm
98 Ojala Rd., Woodstock, 974-1805
Maple syrup year round. Wholesale and retail. Maple candy and maple cream available. Maple sugaring equipment and supplies. Visitors welcome - please call ahead.
Nursery and Greenhouse Products
Happy Hollow Greenhouses
Roseland Park Road, Woodstock
Vegetable and flowering plants
Rte 171 & East Quasset Rd, South Woodstock, 974-0045
Vegetable and flowering plants, shrubs and trees.
Taylor Brooke Winery
848 Route 171, Woodstock, 974-1263 Tasting Room open April 29th - Dec 24
13 wines including Woodstock Hill White, Rieslings, Cabernet Franc, dessert wines and port. Art on labels by local artists Tom Menard and Daryl Hartman