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Granby Farm Store – OPEN DAILY

Our Granby farm store is located in the beautiful barn at 7 Carver Street, Granby, MA 01033.

Buy directly from the source when you visit our farm stores! Enjoy one-stop shopping for fresh produce and local goods, from heirloom tomatoes to creamy jersey milk. In addition to fresh Red Fire Farm produce, we also sell local beverages, salsas, dressings, cheeses, yogurt, and more throughout the open season.

In the spring, find healthy organic bedding plants like herbs, ornamental plants, flowers, hanging baskets, and vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, squash, tomatillos, peppers, and so much more!

Shop the Granby store via our online portal here to place an order for pick-up or home delivery. Easy to use and great for keeping your pantry stocked!

STORE HOURS (as of 1/4):

  • Monday: 12-6 p.m. for self-serve
  • Tuesday: 10-6 p.m. for self-serve
  • Wednesday: 10-6 p.m. for self-serve
  • Thursday: 10-6 p.m. for self-serve
  • Friday: 10-6 p.m. for self-serve
  • Saturday: 10-6 p.m. for self-serve
  • Sunday: 10-6 p.m. for self-serve

Drive-up & call-in ordering will only be taken during the 12-4 p.m. window in which the store is staffed. Honor-system self-checkout available daily.

NOTE ON PARKING: Please keep in mind that the Granby store is located on a working farm with crew and tractors active on the property busy getting our fresh, organic produce ready for you to take home. For your own safety, please be mindful of your surroundings at all times and park in designated customer spaces (do not park behind tractors or in marked tenant spaces).  Thank you!

All kinds of seasonal produce. Full of beautiful organic flowers and vegetable plants in the spring! Plus lots of local foods like jersey milk, pickles, jams, flour, and more. Pick Your Own organic strawberries in June, and more fun picking crops all summer. Fall pumpkin picking and popcorn maze in late September and October! Winter produce, greenhouse greens and local foods every weekend in the winter.

Since Ryan opened the farm in 2001,  a slow but steady transformation has occurred in the barn.  A farm stand area has been added and the cow stanchions were replaced with a walk-in cooler for local products like cheese and sauerkraut.  Parts of the barn have also been rebuilt into vegetable washing and packing spaces. 2015 marked our 15th year at the Granby farm location.