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Gotta's Farm is located on Route 17 Gotta's Quick Pick (QP) is on Route 66 Both are located in Portland, CT

Gotta’s Farm is located on Route 17
Gotta’s Quick Pick (QP) is on Route 66
Both are located in Portland, CT

Gotta’s Farm and Cider Mill is a 4th generation farm established in 1898. We now have two seasonal retail locations — Gotta’s Farm on Rte 17 and the QP Market on Rte 66, both in Portland, CT. We are the proud growers of quality plants, fruits, vegetables and full ornamentals, and we offer strawberries, peaches, apples and pears that you can pick yourself when they are in season. Gotta’s Farm maintains a farm stand bakery with fabulous pies, breads, and cookies, and we participate in three regional Farmers’ Markets. For the holiday, we feature a fine selection of Christmas trees and decorations.

So come and visit us at the farm to see all that we have to offer from early Spring through December!

Stop by in summer for Gotta’s own home grown native fruits & vegetables picked fresh daily at both farm stands.

You can also find the farm fresh goodness at the following seasonal farmer’s markets:

  • Middletown (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays)
  • Meriden (Saturday from 9-1 pm)
  • Hartford (Wednesdays)

 Join us next year for our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program!!!

For our fourth year in a row, Gotta’s Farm will be hosting a CSA program that runs from early July to early October**.  As a CSA shareholder, a low cost of either $175 or $350 will be paid to Gotta’s Farm and a weekly box of our fresh, locally grown produce will be received for a total of 14 weeks beginning July 3rd. Pick up is every Tuesday from 3-6 PM at our Gotta’s Farm location on Rt. 17 in Portland. The CSA could include, but is not limited to: yellow and green squash, peas, beans, sweet corn, peppers, peaches, apples, watermelons, nectarines, pears, kale, brussel sprouts, and winter squash.

Stop in and fill out an application for the CSA at the farm in the spring time!

$175 -Half Share

$350- Full share


** Please note: As farmers, our crops are weather dependent.