Gazy Brothers Farm

Gazy Brothers Farm is going on its fourth generation of farming. Established in 1918, Grandma and Grandpa Gazy purchased the farm in Oxford, Connecticut. At that time, they raised the freshest vegetables sold at local grocery stores and delis.

Today, Ed Gazy runs the 80 acre farm with the help of his wife, Alexis; their four children, Dominic, Roseanne, Nicholas, and Albert; and his brothers, Pete and Tony. Ed, Pete, and Tony own the farm and runs the small farm stand during the harvesting season.

The Gazys currently produce approximately 25 acres of fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers on the farm and on neighbors' properties. Ed and family also keep busy by working up to 200 acres of hay annually. Besides their small farm stand, the Gazys sell their produce at local farmers' markets, a roadside stand on Route 67 in Oxford, and to local grocery stores when there is extra available. Their latest project is to establish a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) now in its ninth season.

The produce grown on the farm is not organic, however, it is raised through an integrated pest management system, which reduces the use of fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemicals to ensure healthy plants and flavorful vegetables.


Listing last updated on Jan 9, 2013

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2005

# of Shares:  300

Full Share:  Winter - $120/6 weeks 5/6 items/week ($30 delivery for the season); Spring or Fall - $200/10 weeks 5/6 items/week ($50 delivery); Strawberries - $21/3 weeks; Summer - $300/12 weeks with 8/9 items/week (1/2 share); $550/12 weeks 2 boxes ($60 delivery)

1/2 Share:  1 box (8/9 items) = 1/2 share - $300/12 +$60 delivery per address for the season

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Stratford Farmers Market
Deluca Field, Main Street
Mondays, 2pm-6pm through October 29

New Canaan Winter Farmers Market
New Canaan Nature Center, 144 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan
Tuesdays, 11am-2pm through March 26

Seymour Farmers Market
Community Center, Pine Street
Tuesdays, 12pm-6pm through October 30

Rainbow Plaza Farmers Market
Main Street, Norwalk
Wednesdays, 11am-3pm through October 31

Darien Farmers Market
Mechanic Street, Municipal Parking Lot
Wednesdays, 11am-4pm through Christmas

Monroe Farmers Market
Rte 111 on the town green
Fridays, 3pm-6pm through October 26

SoNo Marketplace
Route 136 (Wilson Avenue), Norwalk
Fridays, 11am-6pm and Saturdays, 9am-5pm through March 30, 2013

Benedict´┐Ż??s Agway Farmers Market
Purdy Hill Road, Monroe
Fridays, 8am-5pm

Winter Farmers Market at Norfield Grange
12 Good Hill Road, Weston
Saturdays, 10am-2pm through May 4

New Canaan Farmers Market
Old Center School Parking Lot, Corner of South Avenue, Maple Street, and Main Street
Saturdays, 10am-2pm through November 17

Schedule and Location:

The farm stand is open for Mother's Day and during the harvesting season daily from 11am-6pm. It is located off of Routes 67 or 42 at 391 Chestnut Tree Hill Road in Oxford, Connecticut.

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I have had a wonderful CSA experience. The vegetables were delicious and plentiful. We not only enjoyed a spring, summer and fall worth of veggies we now have a freezer full of tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, carrots and lots others to enjoy all winter!

I have been a CSA member of Gazy Brothers for a few years now, for every season. The farmers are wonderful to deal with, and the produce is amazing. In the spring you primarily get leafy greens and lettuces, so if that's not your thing I would skip that season.... [more]

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