Wynnorr Farm is one of the last working farms in Westtown Township.  The farm has been owned and operated by the Stratton family since 1924.  Currently the 5th generation of Strattons are living and working on Wynnorr Farm.  Our mission is to keep our farm land in Production Agriculture while educating the public about the science and business of farming.Wynnorr-Oil-Painting.jpg

Our farm has been known for many years as one of the best places in Chester County to buy fresh sweet corn and other seasonal produce. We hope that you and your family will join us and experience the beauty of the countryside in Chester County.

When you visit our farm where you can view our 19th century Bank Barn, and our flock of Dorset sheep.  You may also see many different kinds of wildlife including several kinds of hawks, white-tailed deer and red foxes.

Stratton’s Wynnorr Farm is currently operated by Joe and Laura Stratton and their children John and Hannah. Joe grew up at Wynnorr Farm and learned the business from his parents John and Katherine Stratton.


Joe has a B.S. from The Pennsylvania State University in Agricultural Mechanization and has worked for agricultural firms since 1982.

Laura has a B.S. in Animal Production also from Penn State and has managed the Wynnorr Farm produce market for many years.