New Mercies Farm
One business, two farms. Both Upper Pond Farm in Old Lyme and New Mercies Farm in Lyme are operated as one business under the name of Upper Pond Farm. We will be living at the New Mercies Farm location and farming both locations. That way, we’ll be able to have on-farm pick-up at New Mercies, grow our membership, and provide more wholesome food for our community. With greenhouses, we have tomatoes and “microGreens” during the off season. With new acreage tilled, we have expanded production for our CSA customers and clients including Foodworks, Coffee’s Country Market, Tri-Town Foods, Ashlawn Farms Cafe, Oceanhouse, La Belle Aurore and the Lyme and Chester Farmers Markets.
Baylee Rose Drown and Ryan Quinn
256 Beaver Brook Rd, Lyme, CT 06371, USA
- Upper Pond Farm products are sold at area Farmers Markets. The farm is not currently open to the public.
- New Mercies Farm is open for visits if you call first. CSA pick-ups are made at the New Mercies Farm at 256 Beaver Brook Road in Lyme.
- Upper Pond Farm, Old Lyme – no visits at this time.
- New Mercies Farm, Lyme – call first (CSA Pick-up).
To New Mercies Farm:
Exit 70, from I-95 eastbound (from Saybrook), turn left at bottom of ramp. Turn right on Hall’s Road (Route 1) and travel to traffic light at end of Halls Road. Turn left on continued Route 1. Follow Route 1 north for about 2.1 miles and turn left onto Grassy Hill Road. Follow Grassy Hill for about 4.6 miles, then turn left onto Beaver Brook Road. Follow for 0.3 miles, farm on the right.
From Exit 70 from I-95 westbound (from East Lyme). Turn right onto Route 1 at bottom of ramp and follow directions above.
Baylee and Ryan also run Mercies Farm in Lyme as a part of the Upper Farm Pond business. New Mercies Farm is open for visits, but only if you call first. If you just drop by, Baylee and Ryan and their colleagues may be down at Upper Pond Farm in Old Lyme!