Cynthia Barber and Sarah Hooper
3617 State Route 30, Middleburgh, NY
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So much more than just vegetables! Barber's Farm has been a family-owned farming operation for more than 150 years. Located in the heart of the beautiful Schoharie Valley, we offer greenhouse crops in the spring, a wide variety of hand-harvested vegetables and pick-your-own produce in the summer. In the winter, we harvest fresh greens from our high tunnels. We are also proud to be the home of Barber’s Farm Distillery. Come and visit our bountiful farm stand and new Tasting Room to try the won-derful “1857 Potato Vodka.” To learn more, visit our website or “friend” us on Facebook.
Bohringer's Fruit Farm
3992 State Rte. 30, Middleburgh, NY
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Enjoy a visit to the area’s biggest grower of strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries! Our farm opens in early June for pick-your-own strawberries, with pick-your-own blueberries and raspberries in July and August. And for grab and go, there’s plenty of fresh-picked at our farm stand. While you’re here, check out our wide variety of other fresh fruits and vegetables. Ample parking, or drive down into our fields. Open 9 a.m.–6 p.m. June through November .
300 Tamarack Rd., Summit NY
Brookworks Farm is a family farm that produces Romney sheep for their luxurious wool. The fiber is made into yarn and roving. Hand-crocheted items from the yarn are available, as is roving for spinning and crafts. Come pet the sheep and Nubian goats . . . and the guard llama, Bebe.
Buck Hill Farm
185 Fuller Rd., Jefferson, NY
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Buck Hill Farm produces some of the finest pure maple syrup on the market. Family owned and operated, we offer a wide selection of homemade specialty maple products including popcorn, barbecue sauce, candy, pickles, and granola. Syrup production is in the spring, but there is never a shortage of things to do and see. The farm serves breakfast every Sunday and aims to produce much of what we package and serve. Explore the chicken house, hike the woods, weed the garden, or just hang out in the kitchen. All are welcome! Samples will be offered all day. Maple candy demonstration at 10:00 a.m., and maple popcorn making at noon.
Central Bridge Farms
795 St Rte 30A, Central Bridge, NY
Central Bridge Farms located on State Route 30A in, you guessed it, Central Bridge. The farm has been in the VanDerwerken Family for 92 years (since 1926) and has had four generations working on the farm. Originally operated as a small tie stall dairy, then transitioned to a layer chicken operation the farm untimely switched to beef production in 1964. It has been run as a cow calf operation since that time, at the peak, being home to over 100 head of brood (mama) cows. The primary source of income has come from feeder calf (calves that are not yet to harvest weight) sales, although we are going to start selling quarters and halves of beef if you are interested. We hope you are able to come enjoy seeing our farm and learning about the beef business!
Heather Ridge Farm
989 Broome Ctr. Rd., Preston Hollow, NY
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Great lunches right on the farm! Enjoy views of the Catskill Mountains from shaded picnic tables or eat inside our 1820s farmhouse. Our grassfed meats and pastured poultry with local organic produce, expertly prepared. Open to the public every Saturday-Sunday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Take a scheduled farm tour on Family Farm Day at 11 a.m. OR 2 p.m. See our Animal Welfare Approved methods to raise grassfed beef, lamb, goat, pastured pork, chicken, ducks, geese, turkeys, and eggs. Our animals are lovingly raised in small groups without antibiotics or hormones, on pastures without chemicals. Llamas, alpacas, and donkey as guard animals. Honey, sheepskins, regional cheeses, and maple syrup.
Dave and Benaye Raylinsky
(518) 424-3667 or (518) 269-9088
322 Colby Rd., Schoharie, NY
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We will be grilling our delicious meats with guest Chef Tyler Degroff of The Hen & The Hound. Ice cream social for kiddos and adults featuring Ice cream from The Hen & The Hound. The Shop will be open with full inventory of HH meats. Check, Cash or Credit. Look forward to seeing old and new faces.
151 South Main St., Central Bridge, NY
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As the only remaining feed mill of five formerly operating in Schoharie County, the newly renovated mill by Hoober Feeds (PA) will open its doors to farm producers and the public for a glimpse at its operations and products. Tours will be available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., including the original grinder, elevators, batching (mixing) system, commodity storage, shipping and receiving. We make standard and custom formula feeds, bulk or bag, pellets or meal, complete with supplements and/or minerals as needed for dairy, beef, equine, swine, sheep, goat, poultry, and exotics, serving customers throughout New York and New England.
Maple Hill Farms
Victor Putnam and Anne B. Putnam
107 C Crapser Rd., Cobleskill, NY
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Maple Hill Farms has been operating since 1982 by a 5th generation maple producer. If you like maple, treat yourself to memorable flavors in our syrups, sugar & cream at the country store/sap house. Enjoy a hayride to farmlands and maple refreshments. Visit our facebook page for ride times.
Ox Kill Farm
Vicky and Gene McCaffrey
267 Sholtes Rd., Schoharie, NY
Ox Kill Farm in Gallupville has been raising Shire horses, beef, and ox teams since 1971. Today we are featuring our automated solar panels. A representative from Lotus Energy will be on hand to talk to you about available options. Our farm is enrolled in a conservation easement with the Schoharie County Land Trust, and we would love to talk to you about the process and the Land Trust. Visitors will be able to wander around the farm and visit with our six Shires and ox team. Hikers may go out back to meet our beef herd and see a lovely view of the Fox Valley and Rundycup Mountains.
Parsons Vegetable Farm
756 US Hwy 20, Sharon Springs, NY
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Parsons Vegetable Farm is a third-generation farm offering a diverse number of vegetables, flowers, hay, and straw. The 151-acre farm was a dairy farm until 1993, when it switched to vegetable pro-duction. We grow 30 acres of vegetables, including sweet corn, peppers, eggplant, onions, brussel sprouts, pumpkins, and winter squash. Our products are available at the road stand from April through December. We are in our 19th year at the Schoharie County Country Music Festival Farmers’ Market in Cobles kill at McCarthy Tire. Our products are also available at Niskayuna Co-op and the American Hotel. We are computer challenged, so please come down to the farm for more information.
Sap Bush Hollow Farm
832 West Fulton Rd., West Fulton, NY
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Three generations operate Sap Bush Hollow, raising grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork and poultry, and producing hand crafts in West Fulton. The store-café is nestled in the hamlet along Panther Creek, next door to the Post Office. Our specialty coffee beverages are brewed with fresh-roasted coffee and local grass-fed Jersey milk. We serve amazing lattes, homemade croissants, gluten-free baked goods, and a café menu fea-turing our farm-raised goods. Store offerings include wool bedding, yarns, organic honey soaps and salves, homemade gifts, and our signature sausages and meats. We will offer only two farm tours, one at 10:00am and another at 1:00 p.m. Tour attendees, please report to the store 15 minutes prior for a brief orientation.
5605 State Route 30, Schoharie, NY
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Schoharie Valley Farms is a family-owned, diversified vegetable, small fruit, and greenhouse operation located on 200 acres in the historic Schoharie Valley. We have a farm market on site where you will find fresh produce picked daily from our fields, as well as country gifts and baked goods made in our own bakery. Sit and relax in our café with a bowl of homemade soup or one of our specialty sandwiches or salads made with vegetables freshly picked from our fields.
Slate Hill Flower Farm
Slate Hill Rd, Sharon Springs, NY 13459
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Slate Hill Flower Farm is a small artisan flower farm nestled in the hills of Sharon Springs where we specialize in growing lavender, everlasting flowers, and sunflowers for drying. We practice sustainably to bring you the highest quality flowers and lavender seasonally. Things are growing since we tilled our first row two years ago. We have planted 600 lavender plants, 400 sunflowers, and 1/4 acre of assorted flowers and herbs. Visit us to walk the farm, take in the view, breath in the relaxing aroma, and learn about growing lavender. We offer dried lavender bunches and lavender products fresh from the farm, too!
Stone House Farm
Tim & Patti Everett
305 Lynk Rd, Sharon Springs, NY
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Stone House Farm is a diversified family farm in Sharon Springs. The family milks 25 Jersey Dairy cows, makes 1500 gallons of maple syrup each maple season, and raises beef cattle for sale as well. They open the sap house for 12 weekends (Saturdays & Sundays, February - April) so that visitors can watch maple syrup being made, learn about the maple industry, and enjoy a breakfast with pure maple syrup. Visitors can tour the sap house, meet the cows, calves, & other animals, and learn about the work that goes into our family farm on a daily basis.
Leo Siemion, Jr.
116 Davis Rd., Summit, NY
Summit Naturals is a 25-acre organic farm. Products from our High Tunnel greenhouse and fields in-clude bagged mixed greens, spinach, kale, swiss chard, potatoes, garlic, and squash. Our bees produce raw honey. We make beeswax candles. We also do honey bee removals. Our farm is an energy-neutral farm. We produce all our electric and domestic hot water needs from solar sources. Guided tours will be given at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on Family Farm Day.
SUNY Cobleskill Campus Farm
122 Saratoga Avenue, Cobleskill, NY www.cobleskill.edu
Students at the State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill live and learn at a picturesque 900-acre campus. The SUNY Cobleskill farm includes a 200-cow dairy fa-cility, an equestrian center, and a livestock area with black Angus cattle, rabbits, goats, swine, and sheep. The new Center for Agriculture and Natural Resources features fish hatcheries, greenhouses with hydroponic produce, and a USDA-inspected meat processing facility.
Earl Van Wormer III
1391 Grovenor Corners Rd, Central Bridge, NY
Van Dale Farms: Offers a variety of agricultural experiences and products. We have sheep, chickens, ducks, plants, bees, and other items to view. We do demonstrations on beekeeping, maple production, gardening, poultry raising, and other items agriculture related. We also offer lamb, pork, honey and honey products, maple and maple products, fruits, vegetables, flowers, beeswax candles, sheep and goat milk soaps and many other products.
Wellington's Herbs & Spices
Frederick and Carolyn Wellington (518) 295-7366 649 Rickard Hill Rd., Schoharie, NY
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Wellington's Herbs & Spices is certified organic by NOFA-NY,LLC. Wellington's features an elegant tea room overlooking a well-manicured flower garden, and a clean, clear pond that demands your attention. We produce a wide selection of culinary herbs and spices, specialty vegetables, cage-free poultry, goats and sheep. Graveled farm roads for walking and driving.
Last updated August 24, 2018