When Becky Castle met "Farmer Bob" Fisher at Middlebury College, they probably had no idea that their shared love of ice cream would eventually lead them, 20 years down the road, to purchasing 75 acres in the Champlain Valley. Their dream of a true "farm to cone" operation began with 2 years of building the soil with rotating cover crops before they even planted a berry. Now their land yields 40,000 plus pounds of fruit per year and the incredible ice cream flavors keep coming. Sisters of Anarchy's ice cream is, truly, farm-to-cone, made on-site at Fisher Brothers Farm in Vermont, almost entirely with flavor elements grown on the farm by the ice cream makers. For ingredients that they don't grow, they do their best to source as locally as possible.