Graywall Farm

Lebanon, CT
940 acres
500 Dairy Cows

Preserving agricultural land

Graywall Farms started in 1989 when first-generation farmer Robin Chesmer leased a 185-acre dairy farm and bought the operation’s mixed herd of 80 Holstein and Brown Swiss dairy cows. Today, Robin and his son, Lincoln, work in partnership with the involvement of other family members including Robin’s son-in-law David Hevner. Over the years, they have grown to 940 acres with more than 700 protected by Connecticut’s Farmland Preservation Program.I wasnt born into a farm family, but I feel like farming has always been in my blood, says Robin.

Farm Stand
Green Pasture Award Winner
Specialty Foods

Welcome to all

Farm tours are one way the Chesmers and their fellow farmers provide the public a first-hand look into working dairy farms and the important role they play in the economic health of our communities. They are completely open about all the details of their operation and take great pride in caring for the land and the animals.

The Farmer’s Cow brand of ‘Fresh Connecticut Milk’ can be found in stores and restaurants across Connecticut.

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