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Schoharie County Farms

Buy Local

The Buy Local Campaign is a community based initiative that evolved out of expressed interest to sustain local agriculture and build a stronger local food system in Schoharie and Otsego Counties.  Our goals are to foster the environmental, economic and social vitality of our community by increasing the connections between consumers and farmers. Through outreach, marketing, and special initiatives we seek to raise individual and institutional awareness about the benefits of buying fresh locally grown and made products and to make local food an integral part of daily life.

We are currently working on increasing farm to restaurant connections, establishing farm to institution connections and providing access to fresh and nutritious food to all families.

Black Willow Pond Farm

223 Hill Rd, Cobleskill, NY
Carrie Edsall
518-823-4040
info@blackwillowpondfarm.com
www.blackwillowpondfarm.com
FB: BlackWillowPondFarm
IG: @blackwillowpondfarm

Pasture-raised meats: pasture-raised poultry—chickens and turkeys (pre-order for Thanksgiving) pasture-raised Berkshire pork, grass-fed lamb, rosé veal, rabbit, free-range eggs, free-range quail and eggs; we ship our meats nationwide!

Cold Spring Farm

4953 State Rte 145, Cobleskill, NY
Lenny Prezorski
Farm: 518-234-4268
Farm Stand: 518-231-1624
Wholesale: 518-234-4693
lprezorski@nycap.rr.com
www.coldspringfarmny.com
FB: Cold Spring Farm

Roadside farm stand and greenhouses offering fresh seasonal produce and plants. Super Sweet bicolor corn; vine-ripened tomatoes and cantaloupes; cucumbers; peppers; summer squash; zucchini; seedless yellow and red watermelon; eggplant; beets; onions; strawberries; tree fruits and berries; winter squash; pumpkins; mums; gourds; Indian corn; corn stalks; corn-tassel wreaths. We also carry a large variety of plants: baskets, premium pots, bedding plants, vegetables, herbs, and perennials.

Cowbella Creamery

157 Danforth Rd, Jefferson, NY
Shannon Finn
607-652-2814
whollycowbella@hotmail.com
www.cowbella.com
FB: Cowbella
IG: cowbellacreamery

Grazing Jersey butter; Alderney cheese; maple syrup; beef jerky; beef sticks; beef and pork cuts and charcuterie; self-serve farmstore

Cripplebush Creek Farm

288 Saddlemire Hill Rd, Sloansville, NY
Linda K. Cross
518-868-9303
crosslk@midtel.net

We sell antibiotic/hormone free lamb—live, USDA or custom processed, grass and grain fed, whole, half, or individual cuts; veggies in season; hay, and woolen blankets. We sell at the farm or at Festival Farmers’ Market, Cobleskill, NY (July 11- October 10). At Festival Farmers’ Market we accept SNAP and WIC, cash, and credit cards. Only cash and credit cards are accepted at the farm.

Earthly Remedies By Erin

264 Main St, Richmondville, NY
Erin Ethier
518-534-3003
info@earthlyremediesbyerin.com
www.earthlyremediesbyerin.com
FB: Earthly Remedies by Erin
IG: earthlyremediesbyerin

Current fresh herbs available: lemonbalm, peppermint, beebalm, marshmallow, and echinecea; medicinal herbal products such as tinctures and salves botanical skincare such as facial products; All herbs are grown without pesticides. Porch pickup or online shipping is available. Quarterly herbal CSA box.

Empty Pockets Ranch

5172 State Rte 145, Cobleskill, NY
Lori Davis
607-766-5387
emptypocketsranch@gmail.com
www.emptypocketsranch.com

Farm stand, cut flowers, sheep milk soap & bath products, u-pick pumpkins, fresh summer produce, petting zoo, sheep milk fudge, honey

Fletcher Hill Syrup at Dal'Bairn Farm

5093 State Rte 145, Cobleskill, NY
AJ Fletcher
518-231-2206/518-231/0944
fletcherhillsyrup@gmail.com
FB: Fletcher Hill Syrup at Dal Bairn Farm
IG: fletcherhill_syrup

Maple syrup available year ’round; maple candy, sugar, popcorn to order; maple gift baskets—maple, maple coffee, confections. Can be custom made, will ship USA; chainsaw carvings to order, mixed wood chips—hardwood and softwood—can be delivered or picked up; pasture-raised chicken and turkeys—fresh or frozen; brown eggs

Jubilee Farms

1336 State Rte 7, Richmondville, NY
Lisa M. Candy
914-475-5260
lc88@msn.com
FB: Jubilee Farms LLC

Farm stand featuring fresh produce, eggs, baked goods, honey, garlic. Fiber, ray—alpaca, angora, and sheep’s wool. Lavender products and handmade gifts.

Parsons Vegetable Farm Stand

756 US Highway 20, Sharon Springs, NY
Kenyon Parsons
518-284-2330
parsonskenyon@gmail.com
FB: Parsons Vegetable Farm
GPS: 42.783, -74.601

Full selection of vegetables available all season long (April through December).

Sap Bush Hollow Farm

832 West Fulton Rd, West Fulton, NY
Shannon Hayes
518-827-7243
shannon@sapbush.com
www.sapbush.com / www.sapbushfarmstore.com
FB: Sap Bush Hollow Farm
IG: SapBushHollowFarm
TW: SapBushShannon

We sell grass-fed beef & lamb, pastured pork, poultry and eggs, as well as wool products and more online in our virtual country store at www.sapbushfarmstore.com. We pack orders on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for pick-up in our no-contact self-serve shed at any hour that is convenient for the customer. Meats are available in retail cuts as well as in whole, half, quarter, and 1/16th wholesale shares. The farm-to-table cafe is open Saturdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for breakfast and lunch, and from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. for dinner, featuring our region’s best beer and wine, fresh roasted coffee, homemade croissants and pastries, as well as local produce and our meats.

Scrumpy Ewe Cider

1431 Sawyer Hollow Rd, West Fulton, NY
Ryan McGiver
518-944-1160
scrumpyewecider@gmail.com
FB: Scrumpy Ewe Cider
IG: scrumpyewecider
GPS: HG7M+83 Richmondville, NY

Cider (Alcoholic)

Shaul Farms, Inc.

3436 State Route 30, Fultonham, NY
David and Becky Shaul
518-827-5750
shaulfarms@yahoo.com
www.shaulfarms.com
FB: Shaul Farms

A family farm since 1701 growing fresh market vegetables and grain corn. Road stand is open to help you with your vegetable needs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 9am to 5pm. Presently offering green beans, garlic, onions, potatoes, lettuce, kale, radishes, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, summer squash, zucchini, tomatoes, beets, and sweet corn.

Slate Hill Flower Farm

200 Main St., Sharon Springs, NY
Maria Lange
518-424-3668
maria@sharonsprigs.com
www.slatehillflowerfarm.com
FB: Slate Hill Flower FarmSharon Sprigs
IG: @slatehillflowerfarm@sharonsprigs
GPS: 42.79541778564453, -74.6172103881836

Dried lavender bunches (choose from French or English); small and large embroidered lavender sachets; lavender closet sachets; lavender warming neck pillows; lavender eye pillows. Our lavender is grown sustainably on our farm at 342 Slate Hill Road in Sharon Springs.

Stone House Farm

307 Lynk Rd, Sharon Springs, NY
Patti Evereyy
518-284-2476
stonehousefarm@excite.com
www.thesaphouseatstonehousefarm.com
FB: StoneHouseFarmSharonSprings

Stone House Farm is a diversified, family farm in Sharon Springs. We milk 25 Jersey Dairy cows, make 1500 gallons of maple syrup each maple season, and raise beef cattle for sale. We 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 purchase all kinds of maple products, farm-fresh eggs, cuts of beef, and varieties of hay/straw.

Sun Mountain Apiary

127 Marcus Rd, Delandon, NY
Bob Muller
518-810-6224

Local, raw honey in a variety of sizes including comb; all self serve, just off route 146 in Town of Wright.

The Carrot Barn/Schoharie Valley Farms

5605 State Rte 30, Schoharie, NY
518-295-7139
www.schoharievalleyfarms.com

We’re dedicated to growing only top-quality produce, to preserving this historic resource, and to continuing our agricultural heritage for generations to come. Our family welcomes you and your family to the Schoharie Valley. Enjoy its broad fields and soaring cliffs, take part in its history, and bring home the best of its abundance from the Carrot Barn at Schoharie Valley Farms.

Van-Dale Farms

1391 Grovenor Corners Rd., Central Bridge, NY
Earl Van Wormer III
518-868-4619

Antibiotic/hormone free; heirloom; heritage; non-GMO; no pesticides; blackberries, raspberries, elderberries; lambs; garlic; honey (clover, wildflower); buckwheat; maple and maple products; nursery items (trees, shrubs, flowers); bees wax candles; goat milk soap; vegetables; summer and winter squash; pumpkins; indian corn; sweet corn; pop corn; gourds; potatoes (Russett, red, white, blue Adirondack red); tomatoes; cabbage; leeks; shallots; onions; sunflowers; broccoli; brussel sprouts; holiday items.

Weathertop Farm

5907 State Rte 145, Sharon Springs, NY
Kate Miller
518-935-0940
weathertopfarmny@gmail.com
www.weathertopfarmny.com
FB: Weathertop Farm
IG: WeathertopFarmNY

Weathertop Farm is a small, woman-owned, organic farm that grows culinary and medicinal herbs, berries, and hemp. We use these, and wildcraft for others, to make high-quality, small-batch drink mixers, herbal teas, and traditional remedies and elixirs, including our famous Fire Cider.

Wellington's Herbs & Spices

649 Rickard Hill Rd, Schoharie, NY
Carolyn Wellington
518-210-3909 / 518-295-7366
ginger@midtel.net
www.wellingtonsherbsandspices.com
FB: Wellington's Herbs & Spices

Curbside Pickup Only! Please wear a mask! Thank you. Processed 4 oz. jars of organic herbs a complete listing can be found on our website. Wellington's Island Tea, loose teas sold by the ounce. Please call if you have other needs. Our tearoom is currently closed at this time.


Last updated December 11, 2020