Welcome to Nezinscot Farm Store

"Creating a memory and experience that only farms can"

Our Specialties

Special Events

Nezinscot Farm hosts community nights, farm to table dinner, private hosting and weekend retreats

Farm Full-Diet CSA

Nezinscot Farm Store serves fresh coffee, breakfast, brunch, lunch, and tea until 3 P.M

Store, Cafe & Coffee Shop

Nezinscot Farm Cafe is a friendly and casual farm to table cafe and coffee shop with a warm and welcoming vibe.

Special Events

Maine Craft Weekend

February 1 – 13, 2019

Valentines Day Orders

Taking orders for Valentines day cakes, cupcakes, pies and pastries. Call 207.225.3231 or Email admin@nezinscotfarm.com


March 14 – 17, 2019

St. Patrick’s Day 

Luncheon specials throughout the week. Shepherd’s pie, corned beef, braised cabbage, and Irish soda bread. Stop in for a hearty meal or order ahead for a family dinner. Call 207.225.3231 or Email admin@nezinscotfarm.com

A Little About Us…

Nezinscot Farm began as the first Organic Dairy in the state of Maine. Through the desire to diversify and the passion for good food, Nezinscot’s owners, Gregg & Gloria Varney expanded Nezinscot Farm to encompass a Gourmet Food Shop, a Cafe and Coffee Shop, a Bakery, a Fromagerie, a Charcuterie, and a Yarn & Fiber Studio.

Nezinscot Farm is located in the picturesque town of Turner, Maine surrounded by 250 acres of Organic Farmland. On the grounds, you can find acres of veggie gardens, rolling fields, farm animals, and the Nezinscot River.

Nezinscot Farm is a unique must-see Maine destination.

We have something for everyone, so make us your weekend retreat and enjoy a weekend to remember.

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Latest from the Blog

Hear from our staff and owner of Nezinscot Farm Store, Gloria Varney, in our weekly blog!

Nezinscot’s 2019 Outlook & Goals

As I enter into the new year, both on a personal and business sense, with both being more intertwined when you own a farm-based business and lifestyle, the focus will continue to be circled around those events and projects that bring us closer to our food source, the importance of protecting and preserving agricultural lands in our communities.

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My Day Off – Hempwanna

Every year I find a new plant (usually a medicinal or culinary herb) to work with from start to finish. Receiving the seeds in the mail from a mail-order catalog; then working with it from germination to harvest all while taking notes so that I may better understand all that the plant has to offer. In the meantime, researching and learning as much about the plant and its best use as a medicine. For some the aerial part, some the root, some both, and some are simply meant to be touched and smelled.

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