Four Mile River Farm

Old Lyme, Connecticut

Nunzio and Irene Corsino started Four Mile River Farm in Old Lyme, Connecticut in 1985, raising beef, pigs, and chickens. Although Nunz had a full career as a high school history teacher by day, his background is in raising purebred Jersey show cattle. This instilled in him a high standard in caring for animals, and a love of farming. This matched Irene’s strong love for animals and the land. For both Nunz and Irene, this small farm life is meaningful and real. It is a source of pride to both that their farm animals are raised in a natural, stress-free way. They keep the number of animals small so that they can maintain a high level of care for each animal. They are also glad to help keep small farming alive, and provide a source of excellent farm-raised meats for people who want to avoid industrial meat products. In the spirit of family farming, their son Chris and their daughter Amanda grew up with farm chores and values and were avid 4H members.

Farm Products:

Pature-raised Angus, Herford and Charloisis steer, open pen-raised Yorkshire pork and free range eggs. Vegetables and fruit as well. Go to their website for varieties of meat and prices!

Owner:

Nunzio and Irene Corsino

Mailing Address:

124 4 Mile River Rd, Old Lyme, CT 06371, USA

Farm Location:

124 4 Mile River Rd, Old Lyme, CT 06371, USA

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Phone:

(860) 434-2378

Open:

Stop by and visit the farm stand and greenhouse. Call or email for information regarding when they’re open!

Hours:

Directions:

From I-95 (north or south), take Exit 71. At the end of the ramp, take a right onto Four Mile River Road. The farm is approximately ½ mile on the left.

What’s Growing:

Special Information:

  • At the Four Mile RIver Farm Stand, they sell frozen beef cuts, ground beef, eggs, and some of Irene’s hand hooked rugs.
  • Products also available at numerous area Farmer’s Markets.

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