Strattons Wynnorr Farm

Route 926 1/4 mile East of Route 352

We have both full and half share memberships available for 2011 All produce offered is top quality the best available each week.

Our CSA - Sunny Harvest Farms CSA - is a joint venture between Wynnorr Farm and a group of Amish Farm Families from nearby Lancaster County. We will continue to operate the Wynnorr Farm market as always.

This is our fourth season as a CSA. In response to member feedback we have increased the number of varieties of produce offered and will have peaches during the late summer.

The Stratton family has owned and operated Wynnorr Farm since 1924. We specialize in fresh picked home grown sweet corn during the months of July, August and September. We also sell homegrown tomatoes plus other locally grown seasonal produce.

Information is now available for the third season of our CSA. The season will go from mid-May to the end of October. Please check out our website or email us for the complete information

In October, we have pick your own pumpkins and weekend farm tour hayrides. Private party hayrides are available by appointment.

We also have a small flock of sheep and sell naturally grown (no hormones and no antibiotics in the feed) freezer lambs during the late fall.

CSA Details:

Season:  May through October
Type: Multiple farm
Since: 2008
No of Shares: 100
Full Share: $775 for a 24 week season. Payment Plans and discounts are available. Please see our website for details
1/2 Share: $405. A half share is a full share picked up on alternating weeks for a total of 12 pick ups during the full season. .Payment Plans and discounts are available. Please see our website for details
Work Req? No

Pick Up/Drop Off Points:

Strattons Wynnorr Farm  (Tue Fri)
Members may choose between a Tuesday afternoon pick up or a Friday afternoon pick up. All pick ups will be at the Wynnorr Farm produce stand.
Contact: Laura Stratton
Phone: 610-399-9080
Address: Route 926 1/4 mile East of Route 352, Westtown, PA 19395 


Lotto Jets

Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017
On Sunday, Oct. 22, my family and I went to Wynnorr Farms. We arrived about 3 p.m. There was nothing but the farmhouse and one person in the field on a tractor. Not one pumpkin nor any sign of a place to celebrate Fall and Halloween. I really should not give it any stars but am unable to post without a star rating. What happened?

Karen P

Monday, Oct. 19, 2015
We look forward to the Wynnorr Farm Festival every year! My kids ages 4-12 love it for the maze and hayrides. I love it because it keeps them running around outside for hours.

Katharine Wolfe

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
Our family has had lots of fun at the Wynnorr Farm Family Harvest Festival in past years and are looking forward to going this year on this beautiful fall day!

Jenn Scarborough

Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014
Glad to have a nice family farm near by to enjoy a beautiful fall day.