Dracut has farms. Oh boy, does Dracut have farms. Economic Development Project Planner Dan Phelps recently took a farm tour (there are about 15 working farms!), stopping in at those that were open at the time. Shaw Farm, a fourth-generation farm, is probably the most well-known (stop in for an ice cream and check out the shop while you’re there to find out why), but there are a few more. Brox Farm is also a fourth-generation farm, offering Lebanese foods along with decorative pumpkins. Farmer Dave’s is offering BOGO on all plants in addition to some pretty tasty corn. Saja Farm offers corn and tomatoes, among other veggies. Dunlap Farm is known for its grass-fed beef, free-range eggs and silver maple syrup. Cutrumbes Farm offers a wide variety of produce. Both Elm Turkey Farm and Don Landry’s Honey Farm are fairly self-explanatory. Coreypride Farm recently exchanged hands and is now called Tabis Farm; it has free-range chicken, eggs and corn. Daylily Farm is a startup that sells hybrid daylilies and perennials. Boundary Farm is a “Century Farm” with the Massachusetts Farm Bureau; previously a dairy and cattle farm, it is now being cultivated by the New Entry Sustainable Farm Program.