Chris' Farm Stand

Give Us a Call 978-994-4315 Mon. - Fri., 12 pm- 6 pm EST

Welcome to Chris' Farm Stand

Chris' Farm Stand was started by Chris Stasinos in 1970, at the tender age of 9. He caught the corn bug by growing corn naturally on his grandfather's pig farm, filling his wagon, bringing it to the roads edge.

He is a third generation sustainable farmer who's won many ribbons at the Topsfield Fair. The Farm stand has grown over time and is still a family run business with the fourth generation of Stasinos farmers getting ready to take the reigns. This local farm grows a wide variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, natural honey, poultry, turkey, and eggs.

We use naturally, sustainable agriculture methods to grow our famous sweet corn, awesome tomatoes and beautiful pumpkins. We also grow a wide variety of healthy fresh vegetables that are picked daily. There are 2 farm stand locations and we can also be found at 2 local farmers markets. Please support your local farmers by visiting us at Haverhill's Downtown Farmers Market on Saturdays 9am - 1pm, and at the Merrimac Valley Hospital on Tuesdays from 12pm - 6pm.

The farm has expanded it's local hay crop to include both round and square bales of first and second crops. Hay can be picked up or delivered directly to your barn. We're also working in cooperation with other local farmers to incorporate a Bee Keeper for local harvested honey, as well as fresh whole grains!

At our annual October Pumpkin Festival, we take great pride in educating children and their families on the importance of growing food locally using sustainable agriculture practices.

Farm tours are available by appointment. We have done several tours for local area schools as well as the Boyscouts, Girlscouts, Garden Club and Daisies. Please ask us for more information in setting one of these tours up.

We grow our crops and hold our annual Pumpkin Festival at 200 year old Silsby Farm.

Silsby Farm
436 Salem Street
Haverhill MA 01835

Join the CSA

What is the CSA? The CSA is a Community Supported Agriculture membership and is simply a way for farmers and families to join together to put the freshest fruits, vegetables and meals on your dinner table. All you need to do is become a member at the beginning of the growing season.


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Local Hay

The farm has expanded it's local hay crop to include both round and square bales of first and second crops. Hay can be picked up or delivered directly to your barn.