Thank you Hartney Greymont!

For those of you driving out to the farm today – you might notice the Hartney Greymont arborists pruning our beautiful iconic oak down in the field- thanks guys!

Around the farm 10/29/13

40 years ago John and Gordon planted this sugar maple sapling during the first year of Hutchins Farm. Look how great 40 years of growth can be! As we wind down our 41st season at Hutchins, we are grateful for all our faithful customers over the years. Come by and say hi […]

Growing our certified organic apples at Hutchins Farm

Growing our certified organic apples at Hutchins Farm

     Many of our customers have been asking for more information about how we grow our organic apples. We hope this answers a few questions, and gives you some insight into the challenges of organic farming!

      The variable, unpredictable weather of […]

The Wall

The rebuilding of the historic wall that supports Monument Street by the farm is finished! We appreciate the quick work of all parties involved with the reconstruction. Everyone involved has been considerate of our customers and accommodating to the needs of our farm. Specifically we would like to thank Concord’s Department of Public […]

Oh the potatoes!

This year’s crop is most excellent! We have a large number of varieties to choose from, and a few more coming in. Here is your cheat sheet for varieties available right now:

Peter Wilcox: Purple skin/yellow flesh. Yep, that’s really its name. Who can resist a potato with both a first and last name? […]

Prepping for winter, and next year!

Cover crops are important- we need them to maintain our soil’s nutrients over the winter, protect our soil from erosion, and to build nutrients and organic matter for next year!

Planting cover crops- a winter rye and hairy vetch mix

winter rye and hairy vetch planted a few […]