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Snapping turtle farm

An Organic Vegetable and Herb Farm in Cranbury, NJ
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What We Grow

Vegetables, Herbs, & Berries

Vegetables: Arugula, beans, edamame, bitter gourd, bok choy, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, collards, decorative corn, cucumbers, eggplant, ridge gourds, kale, lettuce, Malabar spinach, mustard greens, peas, peppers, radishes, squash, Swiss chard, tomatoes, zucchini and more

Herbs: Basil, holy basil, cilantro, dill, spearmint, oregano, parsley, Thai basil, thyme, sage, stevia.
Berries: Elderberry, gooseberry, mulberry.

Our Specialties

Heirloom Tomatoes and Unusual Pepper Varieties

Tomatoes: 20 varieties including many heirloom varieties.

Peppers: 11 varieties including both spicy and sweet peppers each chosen for superior taste.
Eggplant: 5 varieties including Middle Eastern, Japanese, Italian and Indian varieties.

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New Brunswick Community Farmer's Market

  • Wednesdays 11:00AM-3:00PM
    June-October 2024
    (start date to be announced)
  • Buccleuch Park
    Across from
    St. Peter's Hospital
    254 Easton Avenue
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901

West Windsor Community Farmer's Market

  • Saturdays 9AM-1PM
    May-November 2024
  • Vaughn Lot of the Princeton Junction train station
    877 Vaughn Dr., Princeton Jct.
Contact Us

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199 Plainsboro Road,
Cranbury, NJ 08512


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Snapping Turtles

Do you have Snapping Turtles? Is a common question when people hear our name. The answer is “Yes!” but we don’t raise them or sell them; instead we have a large number of wild snapping turtles on our farm.

The wetlands where Cranbury Brook and Cedar Brook join together make up part of our farm and form two sides of our fields. In the early spring and summer snapping turtles migrate across our fields looking to lay their eggs.

Our enjoyment of watching the wild snapping turtles in and around the farm led to us giving the farm its name.