Welcome to the Farm

What coming home should feel like

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Welcome to the Farm

What coming home should feel like

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Nezinscot Farm

Welcome to Nezinscot Farm Store

Our Specialties

“Creating a memory and experience that only farms can”

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

21 april 2018

Artisans Guild Open House

Join us in a celebration of all things art at our annual Artisans Guild Open House. Stop by to see and experience everything that guild has to offer.

10 November 2018

Annual Weaving Weekend

Join us for a weekend of fiber- filled fun, enjoy the company of fellow fiber enthusiasts in the picturesque town of Turner, ME.

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!

My Day Off: You can’t always get what you want

My son Everet, at the age of three, told his Pepe that you can’t always get what you want, as he offered him only one flavored candy and not a variety. More recently, I have found myself using the phrase. In a perfect world, on our farm at least, our dairy coop would...

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My Day Off | The Processing of Wool

The Life Of Wool Continues….. Shearing is supposed to be done on a spring-like day; March is technically a spring month and therefore a month that I try to book one of the few available shearers in the state. Last weekend, however, was not a spring feeling day....

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My Day Off | Springing Forth and The Life of Wool

Gregg and I have purchased a second farm, and like Nezinscot comes with family and native history. Also, like Nezinscot it was originally owned by Gregg’s grandfather G.W. Varney, who then sold to his son, Paul Varney who then sold to his herdsman Adrian...

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