After trotting around the country for 20 years, Farmer Bob said to Becky, “Hey, let’s go back to the East Coast. Better yet, let’s go back to Vermont. Best of all, let’s go back to Vermont and be FARMERS!” And that’s just exactly what they did.
The Fisher Farms that Bob knew as a kid, located near Oneida Lake in upstate New York,was operated by the current founder’s grandfather and two great uncles. They bred and ran a substantial dairy herd starting from one calf, they developed a large egg business, grew apples and made cider, and established a highly successful farm equipment business. They pursued just about any agricultural venture that showed promise.
Fisher Brothers Farm has a similar outlook, growing wine grapes, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, aronia berry (read about it, it’s cool), elderberry (not just your mother’s weed bush anymore), and peppermint. This isn’t just your typical farm though, no, our crops have a special purpose, and that is to make the best farm-to-cone ice cream
you’ve ever tasted and supply the best value-added producers in New England and beyond.
Don’t believe us? Stop by
and pick up some cones and pints to bring home, we know we can convince you.