Farm Store

Per the Executive Order by Gov. Mills on May 29, 2020, face masks are now mandatory in all indoor public places.  We can not provide face masks.  We’re very sorry for the inconvenience.

Go to our COVID 19 Page FMI.  Farm Stand days may change as product availability changes. Please check back for daily updates as to schedule and product availability.

  • 79 Wardtown Road (Rt 125), Freeport, Maine  04032;
  • Per CDC and UMAINE; Prebagged, Grab-and-go;
  • Cash or check only.


  • Monday – Closed 
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – Open
    • 8 am to 10 am, Ages 60 and older
    • 10 am to 6 pm, Everyone
  • Saturday – Open, New Extended Hours
    • 8 am to 4 pm, Everyone
  • Sunday – Always Closed on Sunday
  • Freeport and Yarmouth Food Pantries – We are working with Freeport and Yarmouth Community Services to make up a limited number of bags for the Food Pantry.  These will be available at the Food Pantries during regular Food Pantry hours.

Summer CSA Sign-up Limited  –  Email Us For Availability;  email Lisa

Because our business model has changed so drastically in the last few months, and since no one knows where this is going for this summer season, our CSA is very nearly full.  email us to make sure there is space before you send the signup form and a check.  The farm stand will be open to anyone from the general public, so even if we do need to cut off the CSA signups you’ll still be able to come to the farm stand and get what you need. Thanks for your understanding.

PRODUCT AVAILABILITY THIS WEEK – Check back daily.  BNW = Back Next Week for product that is temporarily out of stock.  This list is subject to change, but it’s our best guess:

New This Week!! 

  • Our own Zucchini and Rhubarb
  • Local Asparagus
  • Pesto is back!!!  We have a fresh batch of arugula and cilatro pesto.  The basil pesto will need to wait for the warmer basil growing season. 
  • Normandy sandwich loaves from Standard Baking
  • Coming Soon!!
    • Grandy Oats Granolas
    • Make a suggestion!  We can’t guarantee we can get whatever you want, but many of the products from other local producers that we now carry in our farm stand are here because of suggestions from farm stand customers.  Help us make this farm stand what YOU want it to be!!

Our Own Laughing Stock Farm Products

  • Fresh Vegetables – Mesclun, Arugula, Baby Chard, Baby Kale, Baby Lettuce Heads, Baby Bok Choi, Hakurei Turnips, Radishes, Scallions, Chard, Kale, Kohlrabi, Broccolini, Zucchini, Rhubarb.
  • Fresh Herbs – Mint, Sage, Thyme, Chives, and Garlic Chives.
  • Storage Vegetables – Potatoes, Fingerlings, Daikon Radish, Purple Top Turnip, Celeriac.
  • Lacto Fermented Products – Green Sauerkraut, Red Sauerkraut, Kimchi.
  • Pesto is back!!!  We have a fresh batch of arugula and cilantro pesto.  The basil pesto will need to wait for the warmer basil growing season. 
  • MORE AND MORE Vegetable and Flower Seedlings – Our own Laughing Stock Farm Seedlings;  Many different varieties of the same seedlings that we plant on our farm.  New varieties daily.

OTHER ITEMS FOR SALE from our many local ag producer friends.

  • Dairy Products – Smiling Hill Dairy, Westbrook, Maine;
    • Milk, Chocolate Milk,
    • Half and Half, Heavy Cream,
    • Butter, Cream Cheese,
    • Yogurt – Plain, Blueberry, and Maple/Vanilla,
    • Cheese – Brie, Provolone, Smoked Provolone, Manchego, Tuscan Herb Cheese Curd, and More.
    • Ice Cream – Vanilla, Chocolate, Apple Pie, Heath Bar Crunch, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.
  • Goat Dairy Products – Sunset Acres, Brooksville, Maine; Various flavors of chevre and feta.
  • Bread – Standard Baking, Portland, Maine;
    • Normandy Sandwich Loaves
    • Sour Dough Boule, and
    • Maine 5 Grain Loaves.
  • Fiddleheads – Locally and Sustainably Foraged
  • Other Vegetables – Asparagus, Red and Orange Bell Peppers, Tomatoes, Carrots, Red and Vidalia Onions, Cabbage, Parsnips, and Yams, and Fiddleheads.
  • Apples – Ricker Hill, Turner, Maine; Macs and Cortlands.
  • Frozen Blueberries – 1 lb bags and 5 lb boxes.
  • Dry Goods – Fairwinds Farm, Topsham, Maine; Soldier Beans, Kidney Beans, Navy Beans, Yellow Eye Beans, Jacob’s Cattle Beans, Popcorn
  • Garden Supplies
    • Organic Fertilizer – Kreyers 5-4-3, 50 Lb Bags; This is a very stable and consistent analysis granular fertilizer manufactured from chicken manure by Kreyers of upstate New York.  We use about 15 tons of this fertilizer every year on our farm.
    • Organic Compost, 1 Cubic Foot Bags – Little River, Lisbon Maine; BNW This is a beautiful, weed-free compost that we have used by the truck load on our farm for many years.
    • Bagged Potting Mix – Living Acres, New Sharon, Maine; This is a great, nutrient dense potting mix we have used here for all our seedlings many years.

Animal Products From Various Local Producers

  • Pork – Frozen Pork Chops, Pork Liver, Bacon, Pork Sausage – Breakfast, Sweet Italian, Chorizo (coming Thursday).
  • Beef – Frozen Hamburger, Beef Fajita Strips, Sirloin Tip Steak, Stew Beef, T-Bone Steak, Rib Eye Steak.
  • Chicken – Fresh Whole Chickens, Leg/Thigh Quarters, Boneless and Skinless Breast, Frozen – Garlic & Herb Chicken Sausage.
  • Eggs (To supplement our own fresh eggs). 


We and many of our CSA members are in (or rapidly approaching) the high risk age group.  Further, we have CSA members in treatment for cancer and other conditions.  Although these folks will not be visiting the farm during this time, we will be making bags for them so we want to keep the area as safe as possible.

  • Do NOT come to the farm:
    • If you have any cold or flu like symptoms,
    • If you have traveled by any public transit system in the last 14 days,
    • If you have arrived in Maine from any highly affected area in the last 14 days; for example metro New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, or any other highly affected area.
    • If you know, or think that you have been exposed,
    • If you are self-quarantined for any reason,
    • For CSA members ONLY, if you can’t pass these rules, we will make a bag and bring it to your car if you contact us in advance.
  • Keep at least 6 feet between you and other customers in the farm stand.
    • Limit the farm stand to 4 People at a time.  If there are more than 4 people in the farm stand, it is too crowded, please wait outside for someone to leave.
  • Use the plastic gloves and plastic bags provided to collect what you want to buy.  Do NOT use your own reusable bags.
  • Per the Executive Order by Gov. Mills on May 29, 2020, face masks are now mandatory in all indoor public places.  We can not provide face masks.  We’re very sorry for the inconvenience.
  • CASH AND CHECKS – Many people have expressed a serious concern about handling cash.  Based on the most recent guidance from the New England Journal of Medicine that it is unlikely that the virus can survive on cardboard surfaces for more than 24 hours, we are sealing and segregating our received cash and checks for 7 days.
    • Please deposit all payments into the “Payment” container and take all change from the “Change” drawer.
      • We will seal all payments in plastic bags for 7 days before we deposit cash and checks.
      • All cash available from the “Change” drawer will come from a bag that has been segregated for 7 days to minimize the chance of any live virus.
    • Use our provided plastic gloves to handle cash, checks, and make change.

Non-Contact Payment – We have evaluated several different “non-contact” payment methods and decided against all of them.  Unfortunately, all these services would require that we raise our prices by 5% to 10% to cover the service charges and may take up to 2 weeks to implement.  We are trying to keep our prices as low as possible, especially during this crisis, and to react as quickly as possible.  For the foreseeable future we will continue to accept only CASH AND CHECKS, see above.  If this changes, we’ll post the change here.

FREQUENT UPDATES – We apologize that this page has become so long and has changed so often.  This situation is changing daily and we are trying very hard to keep up with all available guidance.  Please read this entire section before contacting us.  Please contact us if this page does not answer your questions.
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