Verrill Farm is operated as a partnership between Stephen and Joan Verrill and daughter Jennifer Verrill Faddoul. Our farm consists of about 200 acres in Concord and Sudbury. One hundred acres are prime farmland and 100 acres are wildlife habitats, woodlands, and wetlands. Steve's father and mother moved to Concord in 1918 and started a successful dairy business. In 1957, upon graduation from Cornell University, Steve assumed operation of the farm. In 1982, after years of planning and negotiations, about 200 acres were placed under an Agricultural Preservation Restriction, thus preventing development of this land. This long term commitment gave sharper focus to our agricultural enterprises.To visit Verrill Farm on your holiday in Concord, and find out what else Concord has to offer, use our Concord.
In 1990, the dairy herd was sold and plans began to replace the existing tent retail space with our first farm stand, which was built in 1995 at 11 Wheeler Rd. in Concord.
In September of 2009, we opened a new stand in the same location which includes additional retail space and greater convenience for our customers. The stand features our own produce, specialty foods, gifts and flowers. The expanded kitchen/bakery provides high quality baked goods, prepared entrées, homemade soups, and salads.
Verrill Farm Reviews
Alyce at Verrill Farm Stables, located behind Verrill Farm is beyond excellent with children & adults. I would recommend anyone to reach out to Alyce at Verrill Farm Stables. The horses are... more »
Verrill has been in Concord for decades and has all of the farm goods you want. They have a great kitchen and their pies are to die for. Every year when corn is in season they have the best sweet... more »
We visited during the tomato harvest festival. We really enjoyed it. Added bonus was the cloudy day. We were not sure if they are organic. They had a very wide range of tomato varieties to sample. We also like the apps they served and wish we knew the recipes to make them at our home. They had fun games for kids and young ones. Good parking management. Affordable price. Polite staff. Since we are far from this farm, We will definitely make this visit an annual affair as long as the harvest festival is held.
Great fresh local produce and the prepared meals are very tasty. Prices are a bit high though otherwise I would have given five stars.
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