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Our Story

| Read about us in the New York Times |

Established in 2000, Patti Popp started Sport Hill Farm with only a few acres. The next year, we bought our first brood of hens to begin selling fresh, free-range eggs and planted a few vegetables to sell locally.  In response to the quickly rising demand for our sustainably-grown products, we built a new farm stand in 2008 and now sell nearly one hundred varieties of non-GMO, sustainable produce. We are a young farm that’s grown considerably in a short period of time through hard work and perseverance, but none of it would have happened without the support of our community. Read more about our story in this article by the New York Times. 


Why Sport Hill Farm? 

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  • All of our produce is grown with love and picked fresh daily right here on our farm
  • Naturally and sustainably grown in living soil
  • All of our produce is non-genetically modified (Non-GMO)
  • Nutritionally dense, unique offerings not found in typical grocery stores

In addition to our healthy harvest, we carry a variety of products to feed your family.  Sport Hill Farm has everything you need to put a nutritious, farm-fresh dinner on the table. Our free-roaming hens lay delicious eggs loaded with Vitamin A and Omega-3's. Plus, we raise a handful of pigs that live a happy and healthy life eating non-GMO feed before being processed in a USDA facility, with availability based on our favorite partner: Mother Nature.

At the farm we also sell a handful of locally-sourced products made from the purest ingredients by hard working folks like us, including products from:

Serve up some of our fresh baked goods, a variety of grass fed dairy and meat products, Connecticut-grown orchard fruits, and honey from the bees living and working with us on our farm.


Partnerships

Sport Hill Farm provides our fresh produce to farm-to-table restaurants in the local area.