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Pastured Products Directory - New York

 

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Click here to find farms near you on our Eatwild New York map, or browse the alphabetical list below.

Find local stores, restaurants, and farmers markets that sell grass-fed products, on our New York Beyond the Farm page.


The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products:


Arcadian Pastures is a small family farm located in Schoharie County, NY. We specialize in raising heritage breeds of pork, beef, lamb and chicken. On our grass-fed farm you will find very happy, content animals such as Gloucestershire Old Spot and Tamworth pigs as well as Belted Galloway cattle, Katahdin sheep, and a wide variety of chickens.

We adhere to sustainable farming methods and all of our animals are raised in their most natural environments. They are never caged and are never exposed to antibiotics, hormones, GMOs, or other pesticides. They are happy, care-free and well cared for, and this is all evident in the superb quality of the meat they produce.

Our beef is 100% grass-fed. Our pork, lamb and chicken are all pastured and supplemented with certified organic grains purchased from a local NY farmer. All meats are raised, custom processed (in our on-farm butcher shop), and distributed by us here at the farm. We welcome orders of whole, halves or by specific cuts.

All products are available at our on-farm shop, at NYC Greenmarkets, or we are happy to ship directly to you. Shipping services are available nationwide.

Try our wholesome, nutritionally-dense meats. They are so succulent and delicious you'll never buy from a grocery store again!

Arcadian Pastures, Debra and Laurent Danthine, 591 Saddlemire Hill Road, Sloansville NY 12160. (518) 339-6076 or (518) 852-3761.
E-mail: arcadianpastures@hotmail.com. Website: http://www.arcadianpastures.com.


ARE FARM is a family and community based farm located 30 minutes north of Syracuse, in the town of Pulaski. NY. We are now taking orders, selling shares, and scheduling tours for:

Grass Fed Beef: We sell by the 1/4, 1/2, or whole cow; hamburger-only orders are also available
  Pastured Poultry
  (Chickens/Turkeys):
Whole
  Egg Mobile Eggs: By the dozen
  Pastured Pork: By the 1/2 or whole pig
  Community Garden
  Veggies (CSA Style):
We sell shares in our weekly garden harvest
  Farm Tours: Free to customers who place orders anytime; available to the public, workload permitting by appointment. We are only 4.5 hours from NYC with lodging available
  Horse Retirement
  Home/Horse Boarding:
Ask about our $99 dollar move in special

Order at anytime, however we custom raise/grow for our customers and have a limited supply. Early orders (January and February) can be guaranteed.

To our Boston family, friends, and customers we make a once a year visit. Place your order and we will deliver every fall to my families location located inside the city of Boston .

Thanks to our family, friends, and customers, for keeping ARE FARM in the family since 1959!

ARE FARM, Jeremy Vrooman, 1871 Co Rt 28, Pulaski NY 13142. (315) 383-4641.
E-mail: vroomanj@aol.com.


Autumn's Harvest Farm is a family friendly farm located in the heart of the Finger Lakes in upstate New York. We currently raise Black Angus Beef cattle, heritage turkeys, heritage egg laying chickens, broiler chickens and heritage pigs.

Our animals are raised on pasture and are rotated daily during the spring, summer and fall. At Autumn's Harvest Farm our goal is to provide our animals with the best quality of life and our customers with the highest quality meats, poultry and eggs. Our products are delivered locally or shipped by mail, however we encourage visitors to come visit the farm and see the great quality of life the animals enjoy. Our beef, pork and poultry are raised all naturally and are processed at USDA inspected facilities.

We currently sell our beef in whole sections, half sections and ground beef by the pound. We sell our pork in whole sections, half sections and sausage by the pound. We sell our broiler chickens in whole and half sections. All of our meats are processed seasonally, eggs are available year round and we have a small amount of frozen products available year round.

Autumn's Harvest Farm, Timothy J. Haws, 5374 McDuffie Town Road, Romulus NY 14541. (607) 869-3879.
E-mail: harvestfarm12@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.autumnsharvestfarm.com.


Beartown Farms supplies healthy grass fed lamb and beef.

We are situated in the ‘lake effect’ zone east of Lake Ontario - an outstanding location for a grass farm. Forty inches of rain, cool summers, and water holding soils enable us to grow excellent forages without chemical fertilizers or herbicides. With more than 650 acres of meadows and pastures, the sun provides all the energy required to sustain our farm operations.

In order to efficiently manage the land for our animals, we practice rotational grazing and harvest all of our winter feed as hay and grass silage. The farm is home to more than 500 Dorp-Croix hair sheep and 125 Angus cattle. Our lamb is for people who don’t normally like lamb, as there is no wool lanolin taste to the meat, and Angus beef is among the best.

Sustainable agriculture and healthy grass-fed lamb and beef – it doesn’t get better than that. Try some for yourself. Our farm grown lamb and beef are USDA inspected, custom cut and vacuum packaged. Cows are sold by the whole, half and split quarters and lamb by the whole.

You can contact us to order or arrange a delivery directly to specific locations within the northern New York region. Pick-up at the farm is always welcome. Shipping is also available nationwide.

Beartown Farms, 35813 Beartown Road, Antwerp NY 13608. (315) 287-9188.
E-mail: grassgrown@hotmail.com. Website: http://www.beartownfarm.com.


Ben Wever Farm is a diversified family farm raising grass fed beef, pastured pork, chickens and turkeys, and eggs.

This farm has been a sustainable, diversified farm for 180 years. Today we are a grass and pasture based system that offers locally (all animals spend their lives on the farm) produced beef, pork, eggs, chicken, and turkey retail at our farmstand and from a select number of stores in the local Essex County, New York area.

We produce food seasonally, safely, and using organic practices that avoid hormones, pesticides, herbicides, routine antibiotics, and grains for ruminant animals.

We aim to feed our Adirondack neighborhood, not the whole nation.

Ben Wever Farm, Shaun and Linda Gilliland, 444 Mountain View Drive, Willsboro NY 12996. (518) 963-7447.
E-mail: benweverfarm@aol.com. Website: http://benweverfarm.blogspot.com.


Bennington Beefalo is a family business located in the green hills of Wyoming County in western New York State.

Beefalo, like their relatives the American Bison, thrive on the grasses and various legumes found in our pastures. We try to provide as much green grass, fresh air and sunshine as possible to our animals by employing rotational grazing to provide them with a fresh salad bar eating experience. This menu of grasses helps to provide our meat with more flavor and nutrition than found in conventional grain fed, feedlot beef from the supermarkets. Our animals are raised without implants, antibiotics, hormones and in most cases, no grain feeding. Various studies have shown that Beefalo is higher in protein, and lower in fat, cholesterol and calories than other meats and poultry. It is tender and tasty and cooks in less time than regular beef, with less shrinkage due to its lower fat content.

Our meats are processed in a USDA federally inspected packing house. They are dry aged in a cooler for two weeks to promote tenderness and a good eating experience. They are then cut and wrapped to your specifications and frozen, ready for your freezer and eating enjoyment. Available by the side, split half, or 50-pound mini pack.

If you have any questions or want information regarding current prices and available pick up dates, please phone us. We also offer a variety of handcrafted soaps made from Beefalo tallow and other fine oils.

Bennington Beefalo, Bob and Kathy Ott, 1990 Stedman Road, Attica NY 14011 (585) 591-2685.
E-mail: bobandkathyo@verizon.net


Berry Hill Farm is a multigenerational family farm. The Schrock family has a long history of farming small farms and we have been involved in grass-fed production for nearly a decade. Currently we offer 100% grass-fed beef, pastured chickens and turkeys, pastured hogs and eggs from free-range layers.

Our beef is available in the summer and fall as freezer beef, whole, half, or split half. The chickens are available fresh periodically through the summer and fall, frozen as long as our supply lasts. We raise and dress the turkeys for Thanksgiving. Pork is available in the spring and early summer by the whole, half, or split half. We usually have eggs year around.

We sell on farm by appointment. We also attend the farmers market at Clinton, New York Thursday afternoons, June through October.

Our crops (including pasture) are grown organically, however we are not certified organic. Purchased feeds are GMO-free and/or organic.

If you are within our local region and care about good food, give us a call—that's what we're here for!

Berry Hill Farm, Harold Schrock, 2388 Green Vedder Road, Deansboro NY 13328. (315) 723-1681.


Bettinger Bluff Farm is located in Montgomery, NY, about 70 miles north of New York City. Our Beef is 100% All Natural Grass Fed.

Did you know?
  1.  Grass fed beef is lower in calories and lower in fat
  2.  Grass fed beef is higher in omega-3 fatty acids
  3.  Grass fed beef is higher in vitamin E
  4.  Grass fed beef takes less cooking time
  5.  Grass fed beef has NO added hormones and antibiotics are Never used.

We pride ourselves on our herd's health—in 12 years we have never had the need for the vet to visit the farm.

Our herd moves from pasture to pasture for fresh grass and in the winter the herd is supplemented with all natural baled hay.

You may purchase by the whole, 1/2 or 1/4 cow, we also have specific cuts available at the farm.

Bettinger Bluff Farm, Danny Rhein, 1656 Route 17 K, Montgomery NY 12549. (845) 629-1000.
E-mail: natural_beef@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.bettingerbluff.com.


Big Mamou Organic Farm is located in Branchport, NY. Our farm is certified organic for hay, haylage, pasture, beef, chicken, eggs, ducks and organic vegetables. We do not use antibiotics, adders, fillers or dyes. We do not feed or administer growth hormones.

Our beef cows are Angus and Hereford and Angus/Hereford crosses. Our cows are fed a grass-fed diet. We also give them added Redmond Sea Salt and Kelp, which they eat free-will.

Big Mamou has a 20C USDA Licensed kitchen, "The Cookhouse," where we make handcrafted soups and sell them in our Farm Store. The Farm Store is open Saturdays from 10:00 AM–4:00 PM. We carry beef, chicken, lamb, duck, eggs, soups, and also sell beef by the 1/4 and the 1/2.

Find us on Facebook or our blogs.

Big Mamou Organic Farm, Stacey Grabski, 1985 Keech Road, Branchport NY 14418. (315) 436-3135.
E-mail: sajgrabski@gmail.com. Blogs: http://www.bigmamouorganicfarm.blogspot.com; bigmamoucookhouse.com. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigMamouOrganicFarm


Bird’s Hollow Beef farm is nestled among the Finger Lakes in western New York State within the township of Gorham. Our family farm of 140 acres is centrally located between Canandaigua, Seneca and Keuka Lakes. The farm is owned and operated by David & Candice Eldredge who are now pursuing a long time desire of naturally farming their land and raising natural 100% grassfed and pasture grazed beef.

At Bird’s Hollow, we believe in treating our animals humanely with a kind and caringlogo attitude. It is our belief and mission that our cows will be raised naturally on pasture, just the way nature intended! Our beef is 100% natural with no hormones, no implants, no antibiotics, no grain, no animal by-products, no confinement, and fed non-GMO grass without pesticides or herbicides. All of our cattle are born and raised on our own pastures. We are proud to say we are Animal Welfare Approved.

We are presently taking orders for "Sides of Beef" which will be available in the summer of 2015.

Bird's Hollow Beef, Candice and David Eldredge, 5150 W. Swamp Road, Stanley NY 14561. (585) 880-8809.
E-mail: info@birdshollowbeef.org. Website: http://www.birdshollowbeef.org.


Black Willow Pond Farm is an all-natural, pasture-based diversified livestock-producing farm. We use alternative, environmentally friendly, and sustainable food production models that allow us to feed our own family, as well as those in the local community who allow us to grow their food right next to ours.

We care about what goes into our food and how our animals are treated and raised. We believe that every animal should be raised in the most natural setting possible. We utilize "organic" (and beyond) methods but are not certified organic. The only "insecticides" on our pastures are our laying hens and broiler chickens. Our only fertilizer is from our natural compost and from the back end of the cow, sheep, lamb, chicken, turkey, rabbit, or pig that is standing on the pasture when nature calls.

We are a seasonal farm offering eggs from hens that are "modified" free-range (they are protected from predators with a net fence and an eggmobile that moves around on pasture), pastured poultry broilers (White Cornish Cross and Heritage Red Cornish), pastured turkeys (Big Breasted White and Heritage Bourbon Reds), pastured rabbit (New Zealand and Californian), Katahdin lambs, and Heritage Hereford pigs. Our products are available directly on the farm, at the Sharon Springs Farmers Market, and at Mildred's Meadows. Our chicken is available on the menu at The American Hotel in Sharon Springs.

We do not ship. We would rather you take the time to visit the farm or find a local farmer who follows sustainable production methods. We have started a meat CSA for customer convenience; if you would like more information on hosting a "stop," please contact us to make arrangements.

Black Willow Pond farm, Joshua and Carrie Enyart, 223 Hill Road, Cobleskill NY 12043. (518) 823-4040.
E-mail: info@blackwillowpondfarm.com. Website: http://www.blackwillowpondfarm.com.


Blue Fire Farm & MileStone Apiary offers grassfed beef, breeding stock, and raw honey. We use biodynamic principles. We see our farm as a living ecosystem, from the soil microbiology up.

Our family raises heritage cattle breeds that excel on native pastures, mainly Belted Galloway. Our cattle live and graze in family groups, migrating around our farm throughout the growing season. During the winter they are fed native hay free choice. We also offer them kelp and salt with added selenium and vitamin E free choice, year round.

Our honeybees are allowed to build comb naturally, as they would in the wild. We use two types of box style hives: Warre with observation windows and the conventional boxes. We feel strongly about the conservation of honeybees and that they are the backbone of agriculture. We even remove wayward honeybee colonies from buildings. Honeybees unfortunately are being plagued at this time with many devastating pests. We use an integrated pest management system to help the bees cope with these killers. Our honey is available by mail and is sold locally at several stores.

Beef is available on a preorder basis, by the quarter, half and whole; cut to your specifications at a local USDA inspected slaughter house. Honey is packaged in several different size and style containers.

For more information, prices and questions, please feel free to call, write or email us. We look forward to hearing from you!

Blue Fire Farm & MileStone Apiary, Jenny and Phil Stroh, 9777 Findlay Road, Farmersville Station NY 14060. (585) 689-0754.
E-mail: heritagemilknhoney@gmail.com. Website: http://www.heritagemilknhoney.com.


Braun Farm, circa 1966, is a small family farm nestled amongst windmills in the high hills of Fenner, near Cazenovia, NY. Our focus is raising high quality Katahdin lambs for wholesale and freezer markets.

The Katahdin breed is known for its mild flavor and tender meat. We eat what we grow, and enjoy the wholesomeness and flavor of food in its purest possible form. Practicing intensive rotational grazing since 1994, using organic methods of management, currently not certified. No pesticide or commercial fertilizers used on pasture or hay fields. No grains fed to ewes or lambs, organic protocol for medications, no hormones or antibiotics.

Lambs are available from June to December, fed only mothers' milk and the best quality grass hay and pasture we can provide. Animal comfort and humane treatment is a daily part of our business. Please contact us directly for whole or half freezer orders.

Our product is also available at Grey Rock Farm CSA.

Braun Farm, Betsy Braun, 5652 Nelson Road, Canastota NY 13032. (315) 655-2837.
E-mail: elizabethbraun@hotmail.com Website: http://braunfarm.com.


Bubs Beef is a small, back to basics, family farm located in Cherry Valley, New York, 50 miles west of Albany and about 12 miles northeast of Cooperstown. Our farm has been in the family since 1938. In 1988 we began raising Hereford and Belted galloway cattle.

The farm consists of 150 acres. We bale all of our hay, thus ensuring all of our feed is chemical- and pesticide-free. Since 1992, we have been a closed herd, consisting of approximately twenty cows. Our cows are on pasture 24 hours a day, with access to shelter at all times. Our breeding stock remain on the farm to live out their lives, even when they are no longer able to reproduce. All of our cows are 100% natural grass fed. We use no antibiotics, vaccines, or growth hormones.

Our farm and cows are available for inspection by appointment. Please e-mail or call for availability and pricing. Our beef is sold by the whole or half.

Bubs Beef, Robert Muratore, 340 Barringer Road, Cherry Valley NY 13320. (607) 264-8247.
E-mail: cornedbeef@localnet.com.


Burl Creek Farm is a sustainable family farm located conveniently midway between Rochester and Syracuse. All our pasture and crops are grown using sustainable, organic methods although we do not currently have organic certification. Some of our grain is purchased off the farm and is not organic but we hope to soon raise all our own grain on the farm. Much of the work on the farm is accomplished using draft horse power.

We raise 100% grass fed beef, pastured chickens, turkeys and lamb. We also have a flock of free-range laying hens to provide us with eggs year round.

We have fresh chicken available 2-3 times throughout the summer and early fall. It is also available frozen while our supply lasts. Turkeys are available fresh in time for Thanksgiving. Our beef is currently available in limited quantities as freezer beef in whole, half or split half quantities. Lamb is available in the spring.

We primarily sell on farm, by appointment. We're just a short ride from Rochester and Syracuse. Pay us a visit and come for a horse drawn wagon ride around the farm!

Burl Creek Farm, Mark and Rachel Burley, 2528 Lake Corners Rose Valley Road, Clyde NY 14433. (315) 923-4730.
E-mail: burlcreekfarm@juno.com.


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Cobblestone Valley is a diversified organic farm certified by NOFA-NY, locatedin the heart of New York State right off Interstate 81 - exit 13. We are 20 minutes south of Syracuse and 10 minutes north of Cortland in the small town of Preble.

The backbone of the farm is dairy, with all other enterprises connected to and synergistic with milk production. In addition to the dairy, we produce certified organic pastured poultry, which includes both broilers and turkey, and certified organic pick-your-own strawberries. We also produce pastured eggs, grass-fed beef, pastured pork, and compost. We sell our milk to Organic Valley—a national, farmer-owned, farmer-operated co-op based in LaFarge, Wisconsin, which sells products in the region that they were produced. If local organic food is important to you, then please support Organic Valley!

The farm is in the fourth generation of the Knapp family and we are doing our utmost to preserve, conserve, and rebuild the wonderful soil resources in our valley. In organic farming we use nature as our teacher and we believe that all health begins with the soil so our soils are our most precious resource. Healthy soils grow healthy plants, which produce healthy animals and, in turn, healthy people.

We’d like to take a moment to thank you for your interest in locally grown foods. We sincerely hope that your interest will lead to your support of a local and thereby much more sustainable food infrastructure. Very often, the first step is the most difficult one to take. Once you’ve taken that first step towards purchasing locally, it all becomes much easier! If there is a product you are interested in that we don’t carry, we can often direct you to a local vendor that does.

Syracuse Real Food Co-op http://www.cobblestonevalley.com/ partners with us by selling some of our Thanksgiving turkeys.

We encourage you to check our website for complete information. We do not ship any of our products.

Cobblestone Valley Farm, Paul and Maureen Knapp, 2023 Preble Road, Preble NY 13141. (607) 749-4032.
E-mail: cvfarm@twcny.rr.com. Website:http://www.cobblestonevalley.com/


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Cowberry Crossing Farm is a Certified Organic (by Stellar) and Certified Biodynamic (by Demeter) small family farm located in Claverack, New York. The Harrisons are committed to local, humane, sustainable farming. They have a large and varied vegetable garden. Animals found on the farm include chickens, ducks, turkeys, rabbits, sheep, pigs, cows, horses, and bees. All are fed exclusively on organic feed and spend their days roaming freely on the farm.

Our beef is grass fed and grass FINISHED. A closed herd combined with sound, natural farming practices keeps our beef happy and healthy—no need for wormers, hormones, or antibiotics.

In sync with our own standards, our butcher is Certified Organic (by NOFA) and Certified Humane (by Animal Welfare Approved) and located within a half hour drive from the farm, greatly reducing the stress of long-distance travel on our animals.

Other farm products include vegetables, herbs, sunflowers, eggs, chicken, lamb, pork, and raw wool fleeces. All products can be obtained from the farm or from our farm stands located at our farmers markets in Pleasantville or Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.

Summer Outdoor Markets:
Pleasantville, NY Train Station: 8:30–1, Saturdays, Memorial Day– Christmas;
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY Library Parking: Lot: 8:30–1:30, 1-2x/month Saturdays, June – Thanksgiving

Winter Indoor Markets:
Pleasantville Middle School: 9–1, Saturdays, January – May;
Hastings-on-Hudson Community Center: 9–1, 2nd and/or 4th Saturdays, December – May

Cowberry Crossing Farm, Richard & Cecile Harrison, 55 Wenzels Lane, Hudson NY 12534. (518) 828-2682.
E-mail: cowberrycrossingfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.cowberrycrossingfarm.com.


Cranberry Creek Farm is an all-natural, non-gmo farm in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We raise nubian and saanen dairy goats in the forest where they browse on wild plants and shrubs throughout the day. At milking time we bring them in to have a small snack (about a cup per 50 pounds of body weight) of non-gmo grains.

We strive to produce the most nutritious and nutrient dense foods that nature will allow. With rotational grazing, using trace minerals to enhance soil fertility, and using cover crops to enhance organic matter and nutrients in the soil we are able to bring the most delicious foods to the table for our customers. We produce raw goats milk, fresh and aged raw goats milk cheeses, pastured/forest raised/ goat milk fed berkshire pork, pasture raised broilers, and-free range eggs. We also grow all natural heirloom vegetables.

We are located near northern NJ and southern NY, two hours from NYC and PHL.

Cranberry Creek Farm, Jeffrey Henry, 1195 Henry Crossing Road, Cresco PA 18326. (570) 595-7748.
E-mail: henryhomestead@hotmail.com.


Creekside Meadows Farm is a multi-species grazing farm in Central New York. In late July 2011 we moved from our previous small acreage in Tully, NY to a larger farm near Cazenovia, NY. Our family is now farming and enjoying 150 acres in the beautiful valley near the Deruyter Reservoir and Highland Forest.

We specialize in Pasture Raised Chicken, Turkey and Pork along with 100% Grassfed Beef. We also raise and sell Vegetables and Herbs during the summer from our farm garden.

We are committed to protecting our local ecosystem and producing healthy safe food for our customers. We raise our animals on pasture because we want them to have fresh air and green grass the way nature intended. We strive to create a healthy environment, increase nutrients and organic matter in the soil.

All our animals are rotational grazed on our acreage. Our meats are hormone and antibiotic free. Our vegetables are raised organically but are not certified organic.

We also host farm tours, classes and mentor for the Beginning Women Farmers in the Northeast Program. We are trained in and practice Holistic Management.

Please check our website for what is available and our farm store hours as these change seasonally.

Creekside Meadows Farm, Tricia and Matt Park, 2242 Reservoir Road, New Woodstock NY (Town of Cazenovia) 13122. (315-662-7988.
E-mail: thefarmer@creeksidemeadowsfarm.com. Website: http://www.CreeksideMeadowsFarm.com


Dutch Barn Farm – Treat yourself to delicious lamb from Dutch Barn Farm in Montgomery County in the Mohawk River Valley. These fat tail lambs were born in April and May and grown on our family farm. We use rotational pasture rearing to ensure their welfare and protect the environment. This lamb is up to 10,000 miles fresher than imported meat!

• Pasture raised (100% grass-fed)
• Fresh
• No added hormones
• No antibiotics
• Delicious

Lambs can be purchased as whole or half lamb. A whole lamb is 45-60 pounds of meat, a half is 22-30 pounds. Your lamb will be cut, frozen, packaged, and marked. A whole lamb will need about 2 cubic feet of freezer space. We have standard cut packages or we can help you to arrange custom cuts if you prefer. Order yours today.

Reservations accepted beginning January 1, 2013.
Delivery: Fall 2013.
Payment (Balance due on delivery).
Sold Fresh (pick up only) or frozen (limited delivery area and times).

Dutch Barn Farm, Marc Kratzschmar and Judy St Leger, 1311 Stone Arabia Road, Fort Plain NY 13339. (518) 993-4983.
E-mail: info@dutchbarnfarm.com. Website: http://www.dutchbarnfarm.com.


Engelbert Farms is a certified organic dairy farm, also producing certified organic beef, veal and pork.

All of our dairy, veal and beef animals are raised outdoors on lush pastures and the hogs are raised outdoors with plenty of space, fresh air and sunshine. Animals are fed 100% certified organic feed, which is grown with care on our farm. Absolutely no animal by-products are ever fed. The beef animals are 100% grassfed, while the dairy animals receive small amounts of grain (up to 10# per day) while producing millk. Veal calves are raised on 100% organic milk and all the pasture they care to consume. Hogs are fed organic milk, corn, grass and leftovers from our certified organic gardens.

Engelbert Farms will be a "century farm" at its current location in 2011. Our sons represent the fifth generation of Engelberts to farm at this location. We are proud of the way we farm. Our land and animals are healthy and our farming system is sustainable.

Individual cuts of meat are available directly from the farm year-round by appointment. Meat is also available by the whole or half but must be preordered.

We are certified organic by Vermont Organic Farmers. Some of our products are also available at 911 Earth in Athens PA.

Engelbert Farms, Kevin and Lisa Engelbert and family, 182 Sunnyside Road, Nichols NY 13812. (607) 699-3775.
E-mail: kengelbert@stny.rr.com. Website: http://www.engelbertfarms.com/index.html


Fallow Hollow Deer Farm specializes in pasture-raised venison, available fresh or frozen year-round. Pastured rabbits and poultry (chicken, turkey, duck and pheasant) are sold as well. In addition, the farm works cooperatively with other farms to market beef, baby beef, veal, pork, lamb and goat.

We gladly take phone and fax orders and can ship within the continental US. Order forms can be found on our web site, with internet ordering coming soon.

Fallow Hollow Deer Farm, Martha Goodsell, 125 Williams Road, Candor NY 13743. Phone and fax (607) 659-4635.

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Flying Pigs Farm offers pork chops, tenderloin, roasts, bacon, ham and Sun-Dried Tomato and Chardonnay Sausage. Our pork is much more moist and flavorful than supermarket meat. It's different because we raise heritage breeds of pigs the old-fashioned way.

The pigs are raised outdoors in the fresh air and sunshine, with plenty of room to roam on our fields and in our woods. Because they have so much space and because we move them often, the land stays clean and the pigs stay healthy. The pigs snack on grass, weeds, and roots that grow on our land, and they also eat dried, ground grains.

Our pigs are "Large Blacks," Glouestershire Old Spots," and "Tamworths," old-fashioned breeds in danger of extinction. It may seem odd to use these breeds for pork because they are so rare, but they will not survive unless a market for these animals can be created. Breeders can then afford to expand their herds and expand the population.

We ship across the country. Look for us in the spring and fall at the Grand Army Plaza and Tribeca Greenmarkets in New York City. Visitors are welcome to pitch in at our fledgling farm on the Battenkill—but please call first!

Flying Pigs Farm L.L.C., Jennifer Small & Michael Yezzi, 246 Sutherland Road, Shushan NY 12873-1805. (518) 854-3844.
E-mail: jen@flyingpigsfarm.com Website: www.flyingpigsfarm.com


Four Winds Farm is a 24-acre, diversified family farm in Southern Ulster County. Most of the farm is certified organic (NOFA-NY) hay land and pasture, which is used to raise pastured chicken, turkey, beef, lamb and pork. The pigs are "Glostershire Old Spots," an endangered Heritage Breed. Three acres of the farm are reserved for a Certified Organic market garden specializing in heirloom vegetables. The garden supplies a 50-member CSA (Community Supported Agriculture buying club)

Broilers are available monthly from May to October and pastured turkey are available in time for Thanksgiving. Grassfed lamb, beef, and pork are available in the fall. You can purchase eggs from Four Winds pastured chickens from April through November.

Four Winds Farm, Polly and Jay Armour, 158 Marabac Road, Gardiner NY 12525. (845) 255-3088.
E-mail: jarmour@bestweb.net. Website: http://users.bestweb.net/~fourwind/


Fox Hill Farm is 315 scenic, rolling acres in Ancramdale, New York just 2 hours north of NY City, in the foothills of the Berkshires of MA, CT and near the Taconic Parkway. We raise grassfed & grassfinished beef in an environmentally sustainable manner with rotational grazing of heritage breeds of British White, Murray Grey, Red Devon and crosses. They are very tame and raised organically but not yet certified.

The farm is protected from development by a conservation easement and has been in the Lampman family since 1882. The heritage breeds were chosen because of their ability to do well on grass and produce a healthy and tender, tasty product high in Omega 3 essential fatty acids.

Quarters, halves, or whole beef custom cuts are prepared to customer specifications. We also sell and ship individual packages of steaks, roasts, burger and now terrific hot dogs (PaPa Dogs) that are all-beef, no-nitrate, with a natural casing.

All processing is done at small, local USDA inspected facilities. However, if an animal is purchased on the hoof in advance, then the most humane, ‘end’ can be arranged for at the farm. Shipping is available.

Visitors are welcome.

Fox Hill Farm, Larry and Erna Lampman, 887 E Ancram Road, Ancramdale NY 12503. (518) 329-2405. E-mail: Lampman1@taconic.net. Website: http://www.foxhillfarmgrassfedbeef.com/

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Freeman Homestead is a family-owned and operated farm in western NY, producing high quality, delicious and nutritious meats, eggs and milk since 1997. They practice seasonal farming where the production year matches the natural rhythm of the seasons. They use management-intensive grazing and wholistic practices to create a biological farming system that is beneficial for the animals, environment, consumers, and community.

On the fields, absolutely no pesticides, herbicides, or artificial fertilizers are used. Instead, their own organic compost made on the farm from the winter bedding and natural is applied to the land. During the grazing season, the animals are outside, giving them an abundance of fresh air, sunlight, and organically fertilized pastures. During the winter they are housed in buildings for protection and bedded with organic matter used for fertilizing the fields. No antibiotics, medications, or fast-growth hormones are used on the animals. The focus of the farm is on the overall well-being of the animals, the positive impact on the environment and community, and the nutritional quality and taste of the product offered to customers.

Products offered include: pastured chickens and turkeys; 100% forage/grass fed and finished beef and lamb; forage fed pork; and eggs from pastured hens. They also offer shares of the cow and goat herds for customers interested in 100% real milk. The cows receive no grain at any time in the lives, and the young goats and lactating does receive no more than 1 pound of goat grain per day.

Meats are available seasonally, sold ready for the table or freezer, and are picked up by the individual ordering. Eggs are available year around. Deliveries are periodically made to the Buffalo area.

Call or write for more information or a current newsletter and price list of available products.

Freeman Homestead, Keith and Rae Ellen Freeman and family. 8226 Kelly Hill Road, Stockton NY 14784. Phone Monday - Saturday at (716) 672-8022 or E-mail: freemanhomestead@gmail.com.


Gaia’s Breath Farm, located in Central NY, is 265 acres of pure organic, pasture based, seasonal bliss situated between the Catskill and Adirondack mountain ranges. We are committed to growing and raising the absolute highest quality, gourmet food available.

Mixing new tech with old foundational methodologies, we hope to represent what a small farm can be at its optimum. We are re-creating food that will not only nourish and enliven your physical body, but will awaken one’s taste buds to the marvelous flavors, colors and textures of old world kitchens. We take on the responsibility to produce food under the strictest set of standards. Whether it be an heirloom tomato or a freshly made order of sweet fennel sausage, you will receive the absolute best in flavor and quality available, anywhere. Please, try us out. We are confident enough to expect you will be back, in due time.

This year we will have pastured broiler chickens, pastured turkeys, pheasants, pastured pork and market garden vegetables. Look for us also at the Cooperstown Farmers Market.

Gaia's Breath Farm, Mark Santoro, 219 Forrest Road, Jordanville NY 13361. (914) 490-6850. E-mail: mtoro@wildblue.net. Website: http://www.gaiasbreathfarm.com


Gansvoort Farm raises 100% grassfed lamb in the Hudson Valley.

I rotationally graze my flock on diverse, nutritious pastures to protect water quality, biodiversity and store soil carbon. My sheep are Icelandic crosses—hardy, healthy, and excellent graziers, with meat known to be mild and delicious. I use organic practices (no antibiotics, no hormones, organically managed pastures) but am not USDA certified organic. I follow animal welfare guidelines to maintain a happy, healthy flock.

I have lamb for sale every fall by the whole or half. Orders can be placed by phone or e-mail beginning in late summer. All lamb is cut to order and I will help you decide how you want it done if you are not familiar with the options. I usually sell out by early October, so order early. My butcher says it is some of the nicest lamb he has ever seen. And my customers all agree the flavor is unbelievably good - this lamb is nothing like super market lamb.

Please visit my website to learn more about my farm and my management practices!

Gansvoort Farm, Jennifer Phillips, 1827 Route 9, Germantown NY 12526. (518) 537-4668.
E-mail: gansvoort@gmail.com. http://www.gansvoortfarm.com


George Highlanders is located in the rolling hills of western New York and keeps a herd of Scottish Highlanders for the sheer pleasure of it. We do baby them, and prospective customers are welcome to come and see the herd anytime—and the windmill in their pasture.

Organically raised in a rotational grazing herd as a hobby, they are on fresh grass daily from May to November, and receive no grain, hormones or antibiotics. We are not "certified" organic, but that is the way we operate.

We sell Grass Fed Freezer Beef as custom slaughter by whole or halves. If a half is too much, find a partner or group to split it with. A typical half from a 30-month-old animal will have a hanging weight from 225 to 300 pounds. We do custom slaughter only in the fall to take full advantage of fattening the animals on the lush fall grasses.

Highlanders are an exceptional beef animal, but they grow a little slower than the popular commercial breeds. We think this slower growth results in superior flavor. It is our conviction that we can produce a high quality, healthy product at a lower cost than grain fed animals, and we are pricing the hanging weights accordingly. Please email for current prices.

Cattle are taken to a USDA inspected slaughterhouse where they are custom processed to your request, wrapped and frozen. To be legal, you must pick up your frozen packages at the slaughterhouse, with Saturday mornings being a convenient time.

We have received many requests for Grass Fed ground beef and are trying to satisfy those requests. This year, we will slaughter at least one steer for 100% ground. This will not need to be seasonal in the future. It will be a premium product with the steaks, roasts and all the prime cuts included in the grind. To sell ground beef legally from a custom slaughter, we need to sell a fractional portion (maybe 1/8th) of the animal, but would price it, fully processed, picked up frozen at the slaughterhouse, for $4/pound packaged weight; discounts are available for larger quantities.

Grass fed ground beef makes an exceptional hamburger, with no waste, and seems to be more in demand than any prime cut. One-eighth of an animal will yield about 40 pounds of top quality ground beef. If you are interested in the ground beef, please send an email, as emails are the preferred way to contact us. Pictures of the herd available on request

George Highlanders, Tony George, 7780 Cadwell Road, Bliss NY 14024. (585) 322-8888. E-mail: georgehighlanders@hotmail.com.


Golden Hill Farms goes to grass finished beef.

Golden Hill Farms is in northwest Pennsylvania, about 40 miles south of Erie, 80 miles north of Pittsburgh, and about 2 hours from both Cleveland and Buffalo. We are 4 miles east of I-79 off exit 141.

For over 25 years we at have been producing and selling top quality show cattle, with the remaining calves being sold to feedlots for grain finishing. Since we are a grass and hay farm, this year we decided to keep 30 of our top feeders to finish on grass.

During much of this time we have also operated a meat processing plant. The animals in this program will be slaughtered under federal inspection and we will be processing the meat ourselves, in our facility on our farm. Additionally, the only meat we will be processing will be our grass fed beef.

This year the grass finished cattle will have an average dressed weight of 600–700 pounds. They will be sold by the half (300–350 pounds) or in bundles.

We have designed seven different bundles that we hope will meet everyone's needs. The contents and price of each can be seen on our website.

  • Large Family Bundle (60 lbs.)
  • Steak Lovers Bundle (15 lbs.)
  • Economy Bundle (20 lbs.)
  • Ground Beef Bundle (25 lbs.)
  • Family Bundle (30 lbs.)
  • Roast Lovers Bundle (15 lbs.)
  • Sampler Bundle (15 lbs.)

We would also like to send a special invitation to come and visit us at anytime. Please call ahead to be sure we can devote some time to you—we love visitors.

Golden Hill Farms, Bob and Saundra Rose, 20405 Lauderbaugh Road, Cochranton, PA 16314. (814) 425-7063 or (814) 720-5864. E-mail: info@goldenhillfarms.com. Website: http://www.goldenhillfarms.com.


Good Grass Farm is located in the beautiful rolling hills of Chautauqua County, NY. We purchased our house and land on Open Meadows Road in 1999. It was a bit dilapidated, to say the least, but we could see the potential and sense the warmth of this once vibrant dairy farm as we walked through the empty rooms of the old house and hiked the over grown pastures.

We started slow, growing good produce and raising chickens and turkeys for our family and friends that desired the same high quality, all natural products we wanted for ourselves. As we progress, we continue to embrace the basic philosophy that simple is best.

We currently produce pasture raised broiler chickens, brown eggs, and heritage and broad breasted turkeys. Broiler chickens are available June through September. Turkeys are available for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Eggs are available year round. Blueberries and produce are available starting mid July. This summer we are expanding to include grass fed beef.

All of our products are grown without the use of antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers.

Good Grass farm, Karen Kearney, Jeff Creager, Michael Kearney, 2943 Open Meadows Road, Ashville, NY 14710. (716) 782-4937 or (716) 782-3322. E-mail: info@goodgrassfarm.com. Website: http://www.goodgrassfarm.com


At Gottslond Farm, located in the pristine Finger Lakes of NY, we are proud to offer high quality and exotic meats from a small family farm. At our farm, you will find a variety of heritage and rare breeds that are raised true to nature. We offer Freedom Ranger chicken, Pilgrim and American goose, Mammoth Bronze turkey, Giant Chinchilla rabbit, emu and frozen custard made at Spotted Duck Creamery right on our farm.

Although we are not certified organic, we adhere to sustainable and organic methods. Our animals are treated humanely with the respect and kindness they deserve. We rotational graze our animals to ensure that they always have fresh pasture and only feed a certified organic no-soy and low-corn ration. We do not allow any herbicides, pesticides, Gmo's, antibiotics, hormones or any other harmful chemical on the farm.

Our on-farm creamery, Spotted Duck Creamery, churns out "The best ice-cream in the Finger Lakes." Our frozen custard is made with 95% local, sustainable and organic ingredients. The Ancona ducks on our farm provide us with the eggs that make it some of the creamiest ice-cream to be had. We never use any artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or corn syrup. Homemade frozen custard from scratch at it's finest.

Markets, Restaurants, and Buying Clubs: All our delicious meats and ice-cream are available on farm as well as these other locations:The Branchport Farmers Market, 3686 Rt 54, Branchport, NY; Canandaigua Farmers Market, 167 Mill St Canandaigua, NY; Brown Hound Bistro, 6459 State Route 64, South Bristol, NY; Red Newt Bistro, 3675 Tichenor Rd, Hector, NY; Cotton Wood Buying Club, Jean Lockwood, Honeoye Falls, NY, jean@cottonwoodbuyingclub.com.

Seasonal and regional deliveries only. We do not ship currently.

Gottslond Farm, Daniel and Elizabeth Hoover, 2265 Pulteney Road, Branchport, NY 14418. (315) 871-6544 or (315) 694-1628.
E-mail: gottslondfarm@gmail.com Website: www.gottslondfarm.com www.SpottedDuckCreamery.com


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Grazin’ Acres is a small, family farm. We raise grass-fed, grass-finished beef, pastured pork and pastured chicken. Our animals live happy and healthy lives naturally.

We are proud to offer high quality meat to local markets. Our farm is Animal Welfare Approved and our beef is certified Grassfed by the American Grassfed Association.

We currently sell our products by the piece at the Greenwich Farmers’ Market and from the farm. We also sell beef by the quarter, half or whole and pork by the half or whole. We take special orders for large quantities of chickens.

You can see our ad on http://www.localharvest.org

Grazin' Acres Farm, Meghan Kubiak, 99 Gilchrist Road, Argyle NY 12809. (518) 879-8108.
E-mail: grazinacresfarm@gmail.com.


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Green Heron Growers has been a certified organic farm since 2007 for Shiitake mushrooms, veggies and herbs. In 2009 we added chicken for meat production and 100% grass fed Devon beef. We are a small operation which we run ourselves with the help of a volunteer on occasion. NOFA-LLC certifies our farm organic.

We raise our meat birds in moveable chicken tractors, which get moved twice a day to provide them with fresh grass and bugs along with certified organic grains.

Our Devon beef are raised on certified organic pastures, but are not considered organic because we purchase them as yearlings. With the purchase of our breeding herd in 2012, we hope to be able to offer certified organic beef soon. We harvest our beef animals from July to December and offer quarter, half and whole animals along with 50 pound mixed boxes plus we have a continual supply of beef cuts available in our Farm Store through out the year.

Most of our sales are done at Farmers markets in Buffalo and Fredonia and from our Farm Store; we offer a self service option if we are not at home. We currently offer beef and chicken on a year round basis and Shiitake mushrooms, veggies and selected greens starting in June of each year.

Our Shiitake mushrooms are log grown and are cultivated in our hemlock grove. We have over 2000 logs in production. It's quite a science project, which causes our supply to fluctuate according to the weather and our soaking schedule. 

Please refer to our web site for current availability and pricing. We would love to be your supplier of clean, local, flavorful and nourishing healthy food for your dining pleasure. 

Green Heron Growers, Steve and Julie Rockcastle, 2361 Wait Corner Road, Panama NY 14767. (716) 720-3695.
E-mail: srockcastle@gmail.com. Website: http://www.greenherongrowers.com.


Happy Hooves Organic Farm raises 100% grass fed, grass finished Beef, pasture raised soy-free Pork, truly free-range and soy-free Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks and Eggs. ALL of our animals are raised on pasture for optimal health for USDA logothe animals.

We are Certified Organic by Global Organic Alliance (GOA) for our Beef, Pork, Chicken, Turkey, Ducks, and Eggs. We NEVER use any hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, chemicals or anything not allowed in Certified Organic production of any of our meats, and we don't feed any soy.

Our calves stay with mothers getting their milk naturally until their Mama puts a stop to that. Our cows are never confined and never see a feedlot. We take pride in knowing they are happy—as evidenced by the way they "play" in the fields. Unhappy animals, or animals that don't have their comfort needs met do not "play." Happy cows make better beef !

Poultry is hatched here or comes from a hatchery as day-old chicks. Once old enough to move outside they stay out on pasture until old enough for harvesting, spending their days in the sunshine nipping at grass and bugs. Hens, of course, stay here year round with outdoor access on all but the nastiest of winter days. In the spring, summer and fall they are out all day roaming around the property.

Our pigs are born here, bred and born by natural methods out on the pasture. They have portable "huts" for shade and wind protection. Sows will build a "nest" to give birth to their piglets in. Piglets are raised by their mothers until the sow decides it's time to wean them, usually at around 10 weeks of age. Sows continue to stay with the piglets until they are at least 4 months old and then seem happy to retire to a separate sow pasture where it's much quieter away from the piglets. Each sow has only one litter per year.

Our meat is sold directly to consumers. Beef and Pork is processed at a USDA inspected butcher and sold by cuts, quarters and sides. Chickens and Turkeys are sold whole and cut up and Eggs by the dozen.

Check our website for up-to-date listing of availability or give us a call.

Happy Hooves Organic Farm, Ted and Della Jastrzab, 13054 Ira Station Road, Martville NY 13111. (315) 487-4336.
E-mail: farmserf@yahoo.com Website: http://www.betterbeef4u.com.


HeartsEase Farm Icelandic Sheep raises Icelandic Sheep, renowned for the delicacy and mildness of their meat. Our sheep are totally grass-fed and grass-finished, never receiving one mouthful of grain. We try to ensure maximum production of Omega 3s and CLA, for our health and yours.

Our sheep are pastured in our lush fields, which have not been chemically treated for over 15 years. In the winter, they are fed locally raised hay. We practice holistic management and rotational grazing. Our sheep are raised in a natural, healthy environment, as stress-free as we can make it. We are committed to their health and well-being, as fellow inhabitants of this earth, and we honor each as they give their lives to support ours. Lambs are born and raised in the pasture, where they can dance and play in the fresh air. No growth hormones, no antibiotics unless animals are sick. Supplemented with vitamins, minerals, herbs and kelp, for best health.

Lamb is available in the late fall, winter, and spring, cryovac sealed and frozen. Custom cutting is available if lamb is reserved in advance. Located south of Rochester and east of Buffalo. Shipping available.

HeartsEase Farm Icelandic Sheep, Frances Smith and Wendy Fast, 8406 Green Road, Dansville NY 14437. (585) 335-3439.
E-mail: icelandicsheep@earthlink.net Website: http://www.icelandicsheepworld.com


Heather Ridge Farm is a working farm with a farm store and café! We’re located in the Catskill Mountains, in upstate New York. The Heather Ridge Farm Store and outdoor/indoor Bees Knees Café are open Saturday and Sunday for lunch and brunch, from Memorial Day to Columbus Day weekend. We are open on Saturdays the “soup kitchen” menu.

We offer retail cuts of pork, beef, lamb, goat, chicken and turkey, all grown here on the farm. Pastured raised eggs are available. We make our own artisan sausages, pates, corned beef, mustards and many other specialty products. Our smoked products are made without nitrates or nitrites. Retail cuts are offered fresh in season and frozen the rest of the year from our farm store, and offered in expertly prepared dishes at our café. Sides of meat also available by reservation.

All our animals and poultry (and bees!) are lovingly raised in small groups on pasture in the fresh air with mountain spring water. All are guarded by diligent llamas. The cattle and lamb are entirely grass fed, and the pigs, chickens and turkeys have all the fresh grass they want as well as being supplemented with a natural grain mix we have custom-made to order. Our animals receive no antibiotics, no hormones, no animal by-products in their feed and there are no chemical fertilizers used on the pastures. We use organic growing methods, but we

We offer our own award-winning raw honey. As we restore our ancient orchards, we have apple wood to create a delicious smoke for your barbecues. And “Llama Doo” to fertilize your organic gardens!

Please check our website for scheduled farm tours, weekly menus, new products, schedule changes and where else to buy our products. We welcome your visit.

Heather Ridge Farm, Carol Clement, 989 Broome Center Road, Preston Hollow NY 12469. (518) 239-6234.
E-mail: carol@heather-ridge-farm.com. Website: http://www.heather-ridge-farm.com.


Herondale Farm is a mixed livestock farm. We raise 100% Grass Fed Beef and Lamb, and Pasture Raised Chicken and Pork. We pursue sustainable farming practices through holistic management. By managing land resources in partnership with grazing animals, we strive to increase land productivity, optimize water resources, preserve food sources, create sustainable livelihoods and remove carbon dioxide from our atmosphere

The Heritage beef breeds of British White and Murray Grey were selected for their century old physiologies which allow them to thrive on our grass fed program.

The Berkshire Cross pigs and Cornish Rock chickens enjoy a varied diet combining grass, alfalfa, clover and bugs from the pasture, in combination with an organic feed mix. This produces a high quality tasty meat high in omega 3s.

Pork, chicken and beef are readily available. There is fresh chicken every weekend until late October. Our products can be ordered direct from our website and shipped via UPS, or pick-up at the farm, with a farm-stand open between Memorial and Labor Day on Tuesday thru Saturday, 10–5 –2.

The Farm Stand also offers fresh produce grown on site by Sol Flower Farm, and other local goods.

Herondale Farm, Jerry Peele, 90 Wiltsie Bridge Road, Ancramdale NY 12503. (518) 329-3769.
E-mail: info@herondalefarm.com. Website: http://www.herondalefarm.com


Heydenrych Farms raise 100% grass fed beef and lamb and farm-raised chicken seasonally. We also produce beef tallow soap from our own grass fed beef suet. Our farm is located in Canajoharie, New York, 50 miles west of Albany and about 21 miles northeast of Cooperstown.

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We established Heydenrych Farms in 2004 as a pasture-based operation where animals are treated ethically and humanely. Our animals are born and raised on 125 acres of pasture and are never given grain feed, growth hormones, or unnecessary antibiotics. Our philosophy is that if you provide for your animals and allow them to express their instinctual behaviors in their natural environment, then the animals will provide for you and the earth in return. We received Animal Welfare Approval and American Grassfed Certification for our Beef in 2009.

We make our products available to as wide a consumer base as possible. If you live in NY, NJ, CT, RI, NH, ME, VT, MA or PA, you can order our products online and it will be delivered directly to your home. We also established a central pick-up location in Albany, NY, which is a popular destination among more local residents. We encourage our customers to pick-up at our farm to see where their food comes from!

Visit our website for products, availability and pricing.

Heydenrych Farms, Andre and Magda Heydenrych, 1811 State Highway 163, Canajoharie NY 13317. (518) 673-5507.
E-mail: magda@grassfedbeefny.com Website: http://www.grassfedbeefny.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Heydenrych-Farms/230435367011827


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High Lonesome Farm raises 100% grassfed, purebred Angus beef on pastures certified organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC (USDA). We're proud to also be Animal Welfare Approved, and licensed by the American Grassfed Association.

We happily embrace the responsibility to assure that the creatures in our care thrive in their natural environment, on their natural diet, free to fully express their "cowness" in a slow, quiet, peaceable kingdom.We practice Management Intensive Grazing (rotational grazing) which serves our critters a continuous salad bar of fresh, clean and nutritious forages throughout our six to eight month grazing season. In winter they feast on nutritious, wholesome stored forages harvested right here on the farm.

We sell from the farm directly to you, offering wholes, halves and quarters (split halves). While we take reservations year round (deposit required), availability varies with nature and the calving season.

Please email us for current information, or call Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 4 PM for the latest news. Sunday is "family day," so no calls please.

High Lonesome Farm, Fred Griffen, 2273 Stafford Road, Cincinnatus NY 13040. (607) 863-4303.
E-mail: fredgriffen@frontiernet.net.


Hickory Field Farm is a small family-run farm located in Orange County, NY. We are dedicated to raising our animals in a natural, low stress environment to ensure they have the best quality of life possible.

Our beef cows have access to pasture 365 days a year within our rotational grazing model, and are a combination of Miniature Herefords and Lowline Angus. These smaller cattle require less pasture, are less damaging to the land, have shorter muscle fibers (which results in more tender beef), and produce steaks that are much closer to recommended serving sizes.

We also have pastured poultry; we use a heritage breed called "Freedom Rangers" that excel on pasture and have an excellent flavor. Their diet is supplemented with an organic feed composed entirely of locally produced ingredients. Our laying hens free range around the farm daily, and produce absolutely delicious eggs.

All products are currently only available for on farm pick up or delivery. Please contact us for availability or to reserve a product.

Hickory Field Farm, Neel and Suzanne Smith, 72 Post Road, Slate Hill NY 10973. (845) 606-2071.
E-mail: hickoryfieldfarm@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.hickoryfieldfarm.blogspot.com.


High Point Farms is a ONE STOP SHOP for local meats!

At High Point Farms, LLC. our all natural, grass-fed beef is humanely raised on rotationally grazed pastureland. This environmentally friendly atmosphere produces cattle that are healthy and stress-free. They are able to mature naturally without the use of antibiotics, steroids, or artificial hormones to speed growth and weight gain. Our commitment is to offer beef that is 100% natural and raised on a totally vegetarian diet.

We have now expanded to provide our customers with grass-fed beef, pasture pork, free-range chicken, lamb, and eggs. All are humanely raised outdoors without the use of growth hormones or antibiotics.

All of our products are processed without the use of nitrates or MSG.

Sales from farm are Tuesdays and Fridays 3-6pm, Saturdays 11am-2pm, or by appointment.

High Point Farms, LLC, Tina and Robert MacCheyne, 9448 State Route 96, Trumansburg, NY 14886. (607) 387-4950.
E-mail: tina@highpointfarms.net. Website: http://www.highpointfarms.net.


Hillcrest Farm is a small, family farm, located in the Finger Lakes region of New York. We offer grassfed and finished beef, chicken, eggs, and garden produce. We are non-certified organic, and mineral rich.

Our cows are Red Devon, a heritage breed. We do rotational grazing, and feed organic hay in the winter (which we bale graze), with a goal of stockpiling to get through future winters. We give no hormones, antibiotics, or vaccines. They are given free choice supplements of mineral salt, sea kelp, and Azomite. They are fed no grain, and we finish on grass.

Our broilers and layers are fed organic feed, sea kelp, raw milk, and Azomite. The broilers are moved twice a day in our chicken tractors. We finish the heritage breed broilers at around 5 pounds.

We have seasonal garden produce available which we sell at the Bath Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays. We use heirloom plants, no chemicals or pesticides, no GMO plants. We use fish oil as a natural fertilizer.

We do not offer shipping. But prefer that you either see us on Wednesdays at the market or come up to the farm.

Farmers Markets: Bath Farmer's Market, Bath, NY. Wednesdays 9am–2pm.

Hillcrest Farm, 5145 Emerson Road, Bath NY 14810. (607) 776-2384.
E-mail: hillcrestfarm.kellogg@gmail.com. Website: hillcrestmakesgoodfood.wordpress.com.


Honey Hill Highlands is a family farm located in Upstate New York. We have been raising pastured Highland cattle since 1982.

Highland beef is lean, well marbled, and flavorful with little outside waste fat (they are insulated by long hair rather than a thick layer of fat). Highland and Highland crosses have graded in the top of their respective classes at the prestigious National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. In the British Isles, Highland Beef is recognized as the finest available and fetches premium prices. The British Royal family keeps a large herd of Highlands at Balmoral Castle, Scotland and considers them their beef of choice.

All the beef sold is born and raised on our farm. We sell split quarters and sides. These are available in June and October due to the seasonal nature of the grass flush in New York. We only sell to those who can pick up at the USDA processing plant. Supply is limited, so order early.

Honey Hill Highlands, Donna and Roger Jestel, 223 Moul Road, Hilton NY 14468. (585) 392-9062.
E-mail: highland@rochester.rr.com Website: http://www.highlandcattle.org/HoneyHill/


Honeyhill Farm is a certified organic family farm in the Finger Lakes of NY.

Our principal crops are certified organic-pasture raised chickens & beef, gourmet quality garlic and a select set of vegetables including 15 heirloom tomatoes. The significant difference between our tomatoes and that of the others is that taste is always first; one taste is all that it takes to become a convert!

Our chickens yield an incredibly delicious meat with a more dense texture than can be found in industrial chicken. They are fed exclusively certified organic grain along with clovers and grasses out on the pasture where they live their lives. They run to their hearts content scratching in the soil while enjoying the benefits of sunshine and fresh air. We call them Real Chicken. Our Black Angus steers are grass fed and finished offering only organic minerals and kelp. We feed no grain and do not medicate.

Our products are available in various Rochester area locations during the growing season. We attend South Wedge Farmers Market Thursdays 4-8pm, Canandaigua Farmers Market Saturdays 8:30am-12:30 and Brighton Farmers Market Sundays 9-1PM. Our chickens are regularly served at the top restaurants in the Rochester Region!

Honeyhill Farm, Fred Forsburg, 6241 Price Road, Livonia NY 14487 (585) 346-3829.
Website: http://www.HoneyhillOrganicFarm.com.


Horton Hill Farm is a small family farm that offers chicken, turkey, pork and eggs from heritage breed livestock and raw honey. We have chosen heritage breeds for their flavorful meat and ability to perform well in our pasture based system. The animals at Horton Hill Farm include Gloucestershire Old Spot and Large Black pigs, Narragansett turkeys, Ancona ducks and Silver Gray Dorking chickens. We also raise purebred Landrace pigs, Cornish cross chickens, and broad breast white turkeys.

We raise all of our animals outside on grass. We use locally mixed foods made especially for us. Our animals are grown without antibiotics, hormones, chemicals or other things that should not be in your food.

Our pasture raised meats, eggs and honey may be purchased at our farm. We are open daily, but please call ahead. We are located 3 1/2 miles from the stop sign in Jefferson off of State Route 10 South. Look for our chicken signs pointing the way.

Horton Hill Farm, Bill and Carol Parker, 127 Horton Road, Jefferson, NY 12093. (607) 652-9450.
E-mail: hortonhillfarm@pronetisp.net. Website: http://www.hortonhillfarm.com.


Hunter Crossing Farm offers certified organic, pasture raised Beef, Pork, Chicken and Turkey. Certified Organic vegetables are also available in summer and fall. Our farm doesn't use any growth hormones, antibiotics or animal by-products. The bacons and hams are smoked without nitrates.

The animals are raised the old fashion way! They live outside enjoying the sunshine while eating lush green grass. Winter time they have access to the barn with deep bedded areas of our own certified organic hay. Pigs and poultry are fed Certified Organic grains while grazing.

The beef cattle are grass-fed Black Angus. The pigs are crossed between Glostershire Spot (heritage breed), Berkshire, Duroc and Yorkshire. This unique cross was carefully designed for a excellent eating experience. The chickens are Cornish X and turkeys are red burbons (a heritage breed) or Broad Breasted White.

Certified Organic Pork is available all year. We sell wholesale to stores (Wilton Village Market in Wilton, CT. and It's All Good in Cherry Valley, NY) and restaurants. Retail sales to our customers at the farm or Farmer's Market (Little Falls Farmer's Market in Little Falls, NY on Sat. 8 to 12 pm). We also ship Beef and Pork through out the US. Chicken is available in summer and fall. Turkeys are available for Thanksgiving and can be shipped in NY only.

Hunter Crossing Farm, Debbie Christensen, 592 Burrell Road, Little Falls NY 13365. (315) 823-2663.
E-mail: huntercrossingfarm@yahoo.com.


Ingallside Meadows is a family run farm intent on raising healthy food for a growing family. We like to know where and how our food was raised, and are offering this opportunity to others who may be concerned about the diverse effects of factory farming on our food supply and environment.

Located 25 miles east of Syracuse, 7 miles north of Cazanovia, we offer pastured broilers, fresh-air pork, 100% grassfed beef, and fresh eggs from pastured hens. All our livestock is rotationally grazed to optimize the health of the animals and to insure quality forage for the health benefit of the consumer. Drug-free, no chemical fertilizers or pesticides, no antibiotics or growth hormones.

We sell pork and beef by the whole or half, available in fall, and we have monthly processing dates June through October for our broilers. Stock up on our daily supply of eggs. Buying by the whole or half is definitely cheaper than by the cut; consider investing is a chest freezer and have a stash of heart-healthy meat at your fingertips! We have customer inspection. Stop in or call anytime Monday – Saturday.

Ingallside Meadows Farm, Daniel Kline and Joanna Kline, 3111 Ingalls Corner Road, Canastota NY 13032. (315) 655-3804.


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Kezialain Farm, in Orange County NY, has been in our family since 1775. We see ourselves as stewards of this land – which is why we raise cattle that are 100% grass-fed, certified organic (by NOFA-NY).

Our cattle are raised on their mothers’ milk, our organic pasture and hay, and organic minerals like kelp—nothing else. They thrive on the native grasses and plants that grow naturally in the fields, keeping the soil fertile and the farm sustainable. This diet and their low-stress lives make them naturally healthy and enhances the quality of their lives. It’s also better for the environment and produces the healthiest kind of beef available.

We use a small organic humane USDA slaughterhouse. The meat is dry aged for 10–14 days to enhance flavor and tenderness, then cut, vacuum packed and frozen. We sell meat directly from the farm as sides (which are cut to your specifications); mixed quarters and eighths (we try to include the cuts that you prefer); 20-pound variety packs of steaks, ground beef and other cuts; and 10 or 20 pound packs of ground beef. We sometimes have ground beef and small amounts of meat available but usually orders have to be placed in advance – just contact us and we’ll let you know about availability.

More information and a video of the farm are on our website. If you have any questions about buying in bulk, we are glad to answer them. We understand that many people haven’t done it before and don’t know what to expect.

Kezialain Farm, Martha Lain, Deborah Lain, 28 Keziah Lane, Westtown NY 10998. (845) 683-1363.
E-mail: info@kezialain.com. Website: http://kezialain.com.


Kiernan Farm, located about 90 miles north of New York City, offers all cuts of beef. You may purchase any amount, from one pound to a hundred pounds. We take orders by phone or e-mail and they can be picked up at our farm.

We use no steroids or antibiotics in our daily program. Our beef, predominantly Angus-Hereford crosses, are finished only on green pastures of mixed grasses on the picturesque Gardiner beef belt of the Shawangunk Valley in southern Ulster County, New York.

Our products are also available at the New Paltz Farmers Market in New Paltz, NY.

Kiernan Farm, Marty Kiernan, 1308 Bruynswick Road, Gardiner NY 12525 (845) 255-5995.
E-mail: info@kiernanfarm.com. Website: http://www.kiernanfarm.com/


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Kinderhook Farm consists of several hundred acres of pastures and hay meadows located in the Hudson Valley of New York. We raise beef cattle and sheep on a 100% grass and legume diet that includes no grain, antibiotics, growth hormone, or animal by-products.

Our grass fed pasture system is better for the animal and our environment, resulting in nutritionally superior beef and lamb.

Our cattle and sheep are born in the pastures of our farm, and graze the forages growing in our fields. We harvest the excess hay during the summer months and feed it during the winter. All animal wastes are returned to the land and become nutrients for the next grass cycle.

The Kinderhook Farm Store offers individually packaged cuts of pasture-raised, grass-finished beef and lamb, along with farm fresh pasture eggs and one of the best views in the Hudson Valley. We also raise Freedom Ranger meat chickens which are available on a seasonal basis. We’re open every day although we may be out doing chores around the farm when you arrive. Please call us on our cell phones and we’ll meet you at the store. Feel free to call ahead if you would like to arrange a time for us to meet you at the store when you arrive: Georgia (518) 929-3075 or Lee (518) 929-3076.

Kinderhook Farm, Lee and Georgia Ranney, 1958 County Route 21, Ghent NY (mailing address: 1958 County Route 21, Valatie NY 12184). (518) 929-3076.
E-mail: info@kinderhookfarm.com. Website: http://www.kinderhookfarm.com.


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Kingbird Farm produces a diverse array of certified organically raised meats, produce, and value-added items. Our products include: certified organic pork, chicken, turkey, eggs, culinary herbs, and produce (includes onions, garlic, shallots, potatoes, and other vegetables). We also raise grass-fed Highland X Angus beef. Our field work is done with the use of our

We are certified organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic LLC (a USDA accredited certifier) for our produce, pastures, piglets, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, and eggs.

Our products are available at our self serve store on the farm and Ithaca Farmers Market (every Saturday from April to December). Meat and eggs are always available self serve on the farm. Our eggs are also available at GreenStar Cooperative Market in Ithaca, NY.

KingBird Farm, Karma & Michael Glos, 9398 West Creek Road, Berkshire NY 13736. (607) 657-2860.
E-mail: karma@kingbirdfarm.com Website: http://www. kingbirdfarm.com


Locustbrae is a family owned and operated grass farm selling, since 1978, the highest quality pasture-raised beef. Our goal is to bring healthy, flavorful beef to our customers in the Northeast while maintaining a self-sufficient, ecologically sensible operation committed to perfection.

The Scottish Highland breed has proven to be exceptionally well suited to transform our lush Western New York grasses into beef the way nature intended. We feel that by being stewards of these cattle while allowing them to be the natural stewards of their grassland has made Locustbrae an efficient, sustainable provider of high quality beef and breeding stock.

Highlands are smaller, slower-developing cattle than most commercial breeds and are listed as “Recovering” by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. Long, heavy hair and a thick skin give them the ability to weather harsh winters without developing excess body fat. The result is a lightly marbled, low fat, low cholesterol beef. Locustbrae Highlands spend their lives on lush pasture foraging on clover, orchard grass, trefoil and other native grasses. They also prefer a higher portion of “browse” (brush and weeds) than most breeds, minimizing the need for pasture mowing.

Healthy food is good for the body and good for the land. Grass fed cattle effectively transfer natural forages into nutritious beef without the need for environmentally costly antibiotics, pesticides, or chemically grown feeds.
Cattle are finished on pasture grasses and harvested seasonally, in harmony with the nutrition that Mother Nature provides.

All Locustbrae beef is cut and packed at a locally owned and operated, USDA certified facility providing custom dry-aging, and vacuum packaging.

Locustbrae Farm Scottish Highland beef can be purchased in quantities large or small and shipping can be arranged within a 100 mile radius of Alfred, NY. We are located just 15 miles from the New York/Pennsylvania border.

Locustbrae Farm, Fion and Kimberly MacCrea, 6404 Sherman Road, Alfred Station NY 14803. (607) 661-7515.
E-mail: locustbrae@gmail.com. Website: http://www.locustbrae.com.


Long Days Farm is a small chicken, egg, and vegetable farm located in South Cambridge, NY, in the southern tip of Washington County. Our pasture-raised chickens spend most of their lives outdoors where they have plenty of room to forage in our field. We feed them locally grown and mixed grain that is free from antibiotics and hormones.

We raise two varieties. For our broilers, which average between four and five pounds, we have chosen Kosher Kings. These highly active birds are outstanding foragers. Their meat is therefore darker and more flavorful than that of standard birds. Our popular Cornish Cross roasters may reach 9 pounds. Many of our customers serve them for Thanksgiving.

Our birds are available at the end of September and the end of October. They must be reserved in advance, so write or call.

Long Days Farm, Debby Jaffe and Edwin Schiele, 42 Durfee Road, Buskirk NY 12028. (518) 677-8128.
E-mail: longdaysfarm@hvwisp.net. Website: http://www.longdaysfarm.com.

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Longmeadow Farm produces grass fed beef in the Mohawk Valley Region of New York State. Over the years we have cultivated a private/direct market consisting of long term repeat customers. We generally deliver sides of beef in the fall of each year, which are aged 18-21 days and custom cut to customer requirements and specifications.

Cattle are grass fed and finished without the use of grain. The beef cattle are born and raised on the farm, rotationally grazed on 100+ acres of improved grass pasture during the growing season and fed stored grass based forages during the winter. We raise Hereford cattle without the use of antibiotics, growth hormones and chemical based dewormers. Cattle are free to roam over 10 acres of permanent pasture and woods during the winter months and are never confined to pens, except during the weaning process.

The farming operation, consisting of 250 acres,and has been farmed organically (but not certified) since 1982. The farming operation does not use chemical/petro-based fertilizers, pesticides/herbicides or GMO based seed. Our farming philosophy includes: protecting the environment, humane treatment of animals, sustainable agriculture, and providing a superior local product and a rewarding eating experience year after year for our customers.

You may call or e-mail us to schedule a farm farm tour or just to stop by for a chat.

Longmeadow Farm, Martin and Kathleen Smith, 133 Argersinger Drive, Fonda NY 12068. (518) 853-1215. E-mail: smithmk@nycap.rr.com.


Lowland Farm raises grass-fed, grass-finished beef and pastured pork on verdant farmland in the Hudson Valley, 50 miles NW of New York City, in Warwick, NY and Vernon, NJ.

Our cows are mixed breeds, including Angus, Hereford, and Devon. They spend their entire lives out of doors, eating grass exclusively, without antibiotics or growth-promoting hormones. We began raising beef seven years ago and are beginning to see the results of our high density rotational grazing in improved soil, organic matter and fertility – and in excellent beef. We added pasture-raised hogs in 2012, rearing heritage breeds on sectioned woodland habitat. Hogs live on the fruits of their foraging and on feed free of antibiotics and hormones.

We sell varied cuts of grass-fed beef and pastured pork, processed at USDA-approved facilities and sold frozen in vacuum-packed packages: steaks, roasts, short-ribs, sandwich steak, ground beef, ham, sausages, spare ribs and other cuts. Customers may buy portions of cows or pigs as well. Orders of 20 pounds or more, picked up at the farm, receive a 20% discount. We sell our meat locally; people may pick up from the farm, ordering in advance (if they wish) online at lowlandfarm.eatfromfarms.com Selected cuts are available for delivery through Schuller’s Dairy Deliveries, Warwick, NY. (www.schullersdairy.com)

More information about our grazing practices and farm is available on our website.

Lowland Farm, Jason Friedman, 68 Prices Switch Road, Warwick NY 10990. (845) 481-3459. E-mail: info@lowlandfarm.com. Website: http://www.lowlandfarm.com.


Welcome to Mack Brook Farm: Kevin Jablonski and Karen Christensen, Owners.

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We raise grassfed Angus beef on 300 acres in the foothills of the Adirondacks. Our cattle are born and raised on the farm. They eat only our pasture grasses during the growing season and then hay from only our fields in winter. The cattle are unconfined on over 60 acres of pasture year-round.

  • 100% Traceability
  • No Antibiotics
  • No Hormones
  • No Genetically Modified Feed or Fillers

We produce a premium product with superior quality and taste and are dedicated to providing you with the healthiest and most delicious beef anywhere.

  • Rotationally grazed
  • Stress-free environment
  • Humane treatment from birth through processing
  • Dry aged

We sell individual cuts of meat, frozen, in cryovac packaging directly from the farm. We also sell sides of beef at an affordable discount.

Mack Brook Farm, Karen Christensen, 312 McEachron Hill Road, Argyle NY 12809. (518) 638-6187.
E-mail: mackbrookfarm@mac.com. Website: http://www.mackbrookfarm.com.


Maple Hill Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown farm that produces and sells maple syrup and maple products in their country store and on their website, as well as other local, organic foods and their own eggs. Other products available are hay, vegetables, lumber from their sawmill, horse jumps, wood chips and firewood (delivered locally). they also produce biodiesel.

Sustainability has always been a key component on the farm, from the organic manure used on the crops to the organic chicken feed and natural grazing techniques for the animals. And obviously, maple syrup is a natural crop with nothing added to the sap in the boiling process.

Maple Hill farm is family-owned and operated, with Caroline Foote, Victor Putnam, and their two sons at the helm. They love what they do and it shows. Victor, a fifth generation maple producer, built the farm from scratch and relocated the family maple business there in 1982.

The maple products can be purchased online through their website, by phone, e-mail, or in person at their country store. Gift sets with a wide variety of options are available and those can be shipped anywhere.

They look forward to meeting your sweet needs!

Maple Hill Farm Enterprises, LLC., Caroline Foote, 107 C. Crapser Road, Cobleskill NY 12043. (518) 234-4858 or (800) 543-5379.
E-mail: mhfarmvcrb@wildblue.net. Website: http://www.maplehillfarms.biz.


Mascho Homestead Farms is a small, family owned and operated farm that specialize in pasture raised beef and pork. Our 170-acre farm is located in Angelica, New York. 

Our 100% grass-fed and grass-finished Black Angus-Cross cattle are born, raised and finished on our open grass pastures of our farm. Our herd of 29 cows have all been born and raised on our farm. We buy a registered Black Angus Bull about every three years to cover our herd.

We currently buy in Hampshire/Yorkshire/Duroc cross piglets from local farmers that are about 6 weeks old and raise them on our farm. We have just purchased a Registered Berkshire Boar and will breed him this fall to the gilts to have our own piglets. Our pigs are pasture-raised in the summer, but do have shelter in the winter to protect them from the elements.

We raise our animals to provide you with quality meat products that will give you not only a great eating experience, but peace of mind knowing that your food has been grown locally, with great care, as well as:

* Humanely Raised
* Natural and Sustainable Methods
* Pasture-Based
* Never Fed Hormones, Steroids or Antibiotics
* Pastures/Hay never have Pesticides or Fertilizer Applied

We sell the freezer beef by the 1/4, 1/2 or whole animal and freezer pork by the 1/2 or whole. Custom Cut orders are cut to your specifications. The custom cut butcher we use is a small, local, family-owned USDA inspected facility.

We also have a limited supply of USDA stamped, individual packaged, freezer beef and pork available at the farm. 

Delivery of orders can be accommodated within a reasonable distance of our farm. 

We will also have our roadside stand open in the summer selling products from our garden: peppers, lettuce, sweet corn, potatoes, zucchini, tomatoes, pumpkins, and much more.

Please contact us for information on ordering and pricing. Thank-you for your interest in our farm!

Mascho Homestead Farms, James and Danelle Mascho, 6219 Feathers Creek Road, Belmont NY 14813. (585) 610-6924.
E-mail: dkink10@aol.com. Website: www.facebook.com/maschohomesteadfarms.


Melody Springs Farm specializes in raising grass-fed Hereford and Hereford-Angus cross beef cows in a natural stress-free environment. Our cows do not receive any kind of antibiotic or hormone treatment and are fed and finished on pastures which are completely chemical-free. Our pastures are meticulously maintained, and we employ rotational grazing to provide optimal nutrition for our herd.

Melody Springs Farm is located in beautiful Schoharie County just outside the village of Sharon Springs, New York. It is comprised of 125 acres of hay fields, pastures and woods on an escarpment overlooking the Mohawk Valley. We have painstakingly brought this former dairy farm back from a fate that has befallen so many like it—reverting to scrub land or becoming yet another development. We view this as our contribution towards Central New York’s agricultural heritage and the resurgence of the old-fashioned family farm.

We offer whole, half, and split-side beef.

We also offer brown eggs and chickens (broilers) for meat. All of our chickens are free-ranging.

Feel free to visit us by appointment.

Melody Springs Farm, JoAnne and Constantin, 195 Buel Road, Sharon Springs NY 13459. (518) 284-2731.
E-mail: jam0259@netzero.net.


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Midsummer Farm has been practicing and developing artisanal and sustainableagriculture since 2002. We are a very small farm, specializing inheritage poultry and game birds. Beautiful assortments of eggs in all shades of brown and green are sold by the dozen and half dozen—please visit our website or sign up for our newsletter for updates as to how to buy our eggs and for egg availability.

Our hens are respected as living, feeling beings and thus enjoy spending the entire day ranging in over 3 acres of organically maintained pasture, woods, wild meadow, and riparian areas. The flock is made up of heritage breeds of chickens, and we also offer chicks and/or breeding stock of Ameraucana, Cuckoo Sport Marans, Speckled Sussex, and Salmon Faverolle chickens. Other upcoming projects involve quail and snails, so please sign up for our mailing list for up-to-date info and events. Our poultry, and the land they range on, is Certified Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Organic, Certified Naturally Grown, and Biodynamic.

Customers are more than welcome to stop by and visit the farm; but we are not open to public, so you must email ahead and make an appointment. We also offer a variety of workshops on sustainable agriculture—our Backyard Organic Chicken Workshop is given 5 times a year, and we also host farm-participation events.

Midsummer Farm, Mark and Barbara Laino, 156 East Ridge Road, Warwick NY 10990. (845) 986-9699. E-mail: info@midsummerfarm.com. Website: http://www.midsummerfarm.com.


The Mitzvah Meat and Mindful Meat food co-op provides glatt kosher, halal and non-kosher beef and lamb that has been grass-fed and finished, raised without chemicals, routine antibiotics, or hormones, and slaughtered humanely. Our farms are naturally or organically certified (NOFA), but all hold to the same high standards of care of their animals stated above.

Our humane slaughter takes place in a small USDA-certified slaughterhouse that allows for compassionate care of each animal preceding and at the time of their slaughter, rather than assembly line killing.

We provide 15-20 lb prepaid packages of frozen meat through deliveries in the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts areas. We are also able to ship overnight to anywhere in the country. Our packages typically have an assortment of ground meat, chops, and roasts. Special cuts as well as fat, hides, and organ meats are available by request.

Our meat is currently available only through our website.

Mindful Meat, Mitzvah Meat, Maya Shetreat-Klein, (718) 514-1576.
E-mail: mitzvahmeat@gmail.com or mindfulmeat@gmail.com. Websites: http://www.mitzvahmeat.com and http://www.mindfulmeat.com.


Moon Dancing Farm is a 150 acre family farm, located just 14 miles west of Cooperstown, near Edmeston in the heart of central NYS. We raise pasture-raised beef, pork, turkey, chicken & guinea hens. ALL ANIMALS have access to pasture and are treated HUMANELY and with respect ALWAYS.

We have been farming humanely and free of chemicals for over 25 years because it is what we believe in and always have.

We sell pork by the half and whole.

Grass fed beef by the whole/half or quarter.

Turkey & chicken by the quarter or whole Guinea hens by the whole.

We are happy to do custom raising for your restaurant/store/personal use! Just contact us to discuss.

Pick up at processor or in some cases we may deliver.

No artificial anything, no antibiotics, no hormones, no feedlots, no cruelty! We can use a USDA processor or a NY state inspected processor who has won awards for various recipes. Have cuts at both processors YOUR way! Please visit our site or email to see what is available.

Moon Dancing Farm, Brian and Lindy Ferguson, 5164 RT 51 / PO Box 125 West Burlington NY 13482.
E-mail: info@moondancingfarm.com. Website: http://www.moondancingfarm.com


Movable Beast Farm strives to:

  • Produce food that is natural, safe, nourishing and delicious
  • Respect and honor the creatures that we work with
  • Heal and enrich the land

We are located less then two hours from New York City in beautiful Ulster County. Our cows move between several properties, receiving fresh pasture on a daily basis. Although we are not organically certified, the animals’ diet is supplemented only with kelp, organic certified minerals, and natural salts. In winter they eat baleage and hay. They receive no grains, antibiotics, hormones nor are any pesticides or herbicides used with the animals or on the pastures.

We currently sell grass fed and finished beef by the side and split side, making deliveries throughout the Hudson Valley and New York City. We occasionally sell retail cuts from the farm and welcome visitors; however, if you are planning on coming by, please call or e-mail in advance to find out where the animals will be grazing.

Movable Beast Farm, Charles and Francesca Noble, 45 Boodle Hole Road, Accord NY 12404. (845) 626-2790.
E-mail: movablebeastfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://movablebeastfarm.wordpress.com


Natural Borders Farm specializes in raising grass-fed beef on a rotational grazing system. Our cattle spend the grazing season moving daily to fresh paddocks of native grasses. We also graze horses, poultry and sheep with our cattle to encourage an increased variety of native grass species and to provide natural predator protection. We strive to provide a natural, healthy, non-stressful and enjoyable environment for all our livestock.

We also utilize pigs for compost production in our barn. These pigs spend at least 12 hours daily in the cattle barn rummaging through the bedding material while the cows are outside. Pigs are also fed corn meal, garden excesses and apples from our farm. We have a limited amount of pork available in both the fall and spring seasons. In the near future, we hope to offer pasture poultry and grass-fed lamb.

Our cattle are processed in a federally inspected processing plant. Beef may be purchased in quarters, halves or whole. Although not certified organic, no chemicals, hormones or routine drugs are used on our farm.

We also have our own hives of honeybees for increased pollination and production of pure honey that is available at most times.

Come visit at anytime.

Natural Borders Farm, Elva Svendsen or Kris Maxwell, 2003 State Highway 220, McDonough NY 13801. (607) 647-9227 or (607) 647-5043.
E-mail: naturalbordersfarm@hotmail.com


Nectar Hills Farm is located on the beautiful rolling hills of Otsego County, 3 hours and 1/2 from NYC, 1 hour away from Albany, and close driving distance from Oneonta, Cobleskill and Cooperstown. The Betty and Wilbur Davis state Park is only a mile away from the farm, where you can rent rustic cabins, fish, swim, hike, bicycle ridding, etc.

We have 239 acres of divine beauty, pastures, hay fields, an old charming apple orchard, springs all over, a swampy area that we keep wild, and a creek that runs most of the year. To complement this picture, there is an old farm house, part of which is stone and a menagerie of animals that enhance the landscape. Our land is certified organic, and certified naturally grown; our goal is to become certified biodynamic by Demeter.

We believe farmers are the doctors of the future. They will grow food which will nourish people, creating minds capable of higher thought and reason and bodies full of energy.

We produce grass fed lamb and beef and pasture raised pork and eggs, also vegetables, herbs, apples and honey when in season.

The food revolution: Healing veggies, meat as medicine, fresh buttery eggs, sunlight, grass, spring water, pasture raised.

We care for the soil and the animals that nourish us, and we intend to preserve this gift for future generations.

Nectar Hills Farm, Dave Dutton and Sonia Sola, 393 Peeters Road, Schenevus, NY 12155. (607) 638-5758.
Website: http://www.nectarhillsfarm.com


New York Beef Company, LLC. At the New York Beef Company we had two goals: to raise beef that would yield the finest, most succulent cuts available and at the same time be one of the healthiest foods one can eat.

Many would consider these goals an impossible paradox. But our 100% grass-fed, all-natural beef is completely free of antibiotics, hormone implants and by-products. The life of each animal is totally controlled from birth to harvest on a small group of upstate New York farms that must past stringent guidelines to meet our quality criteria. The end result is the finest, healthiest, safest beef you can buy. It takes a lot to pass our requirements because we know it takes a lot to pass yours.

New York Beef, LLC, John Gagliardi, 41 Stringham Road, Arlington NY 12603. (866) 358-0288.
E-mail: johng@newyorkbeef.com. Website: http://www.newyorkbeef.com.


Northland Sheep Dairy is a 100% grass-fed farm producing artisanal raw milk cheeses, lamb and mutton, as well as 100% wool products and tanned sheepskins. Our animals are rotationally grazed during the growing season, and fed hay produced on-farm during the winter. We produce our own hay using draft horse and mule power. We do not use chemical wormers or insecticides on the animals. We use a certified organic, USDA-inspected butcher.

We sell our cheeses, meats and wool products at the Ithaca Farmers Market every Saturday, April through December, in Ithaca, New York.

Northland Sheep Dairy. Maryrose Livingston and Donn Hewes, 3501 Hoxie Gorge Freetown Road, Marathon NY 13803. (607) 849-4442.
E-mail: tripletree@frontiernet.net Website: http://www.northlandsheepdairy.com/index.html


Olive Ewe Farm is located in Cato, NY between Rochester and Syracuse and is home to Icelandic Sheep.

The sheep are rotated in multiple paddocks throughout the spring, summer and fall (as long as Mother Nature can sustain them). The sheep are fed hay throughout the winter and supplemented with minerals and kelp year round.

This breed of sheep has a very mild flavor and is considered gourmet by many.

Lambs are sent to a USDA-approved butcher in late fall. Please contact us to request a price quote for whole or partial lamb orders.

Olive Ewe Farm, Jamie Damboise and Nevin Bradford, 2705 NYS Route 370, Cato NY 13033. (315) 529-9890.
E-mail: oliveewefarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.oliveewefarm.com.


The Ortensi Farm is certified organic with NOFA-NY LLC and has been since 2006. organic logo

Currently we sell certified organic grass fed beef, certified organic pastured whole turkeys and chickens. We take orders each spring to raise pastured pork and lamb, raise them through the growing season and have them processed in the late fall. They are sold as 1/2 or whole. We also take orders for 1/2 and whole beef. On our website we sell by the cut beef and whole chicken when in stock, turkeys are to order for Thanksgiving.  

Please refer to our website or call with any questions.  

The Ortensi Farm, Berni and Greg Ortensi, 765 Chyle Road County Highway 29, Richfield Springs NY 13439. (315) 858-2634.
Website: http://www.theortensifarm.com


Oswego County Beef Producers is an organization of grassfed beef producers in upstate New York.

For information about products and suppliers, call (315) 963-7286 or write to Oswego County Beef Producers, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County, 3288 Main Street, Mexico NY 13114.


Our Lady of Victory Farm is located 10 miles south of Lake Ontario, in Victory NY. We are nestled between the cities of Syracuse and Rochester. We are a small family owned and operated farm that raises All Natural 100% Grass fed Beef.

We never use of any hormones, steroids, antibiotics or chemically treat any of our land. We are committed to raising the healthiest beef possible, so we only sell beef that was born and raised on our farm, to ensure it is of the highest quality. All of our beef are Angus Crosses, and are raised in a loving and stress free environment, using all natural sustainable farming practices. They are never caged, or confined, but freely graze in our rotated pastures and are fed a high quality hay during the winter months.

We offer several size packages from as little as 10 pounds to a whole steer. Please visit our website for more detailed information.

Our beef is processed at a USDA inspected facility, where it is aged for 14 days before it is cut, and frozen in individual vacuumed sealed packages. Orders can be picked up at the farm or can be shipped to your home. We use UPS ground next day delivery and currently ship to NY, NJ, CT, RI, NH, ME, VT, MA, and PA.

Our Lady of Victory Farm, Lucille Laws, Farm address: 12126 State Route 38, Victory NY 13143. Mailing address: PO Box 335, Cato NY 13033. (315) 626-6818.
E-mail: ourladyofvictoryfarm@nygrassfedbeef.com. Website: http://www.nygrassfedbeef.com.


Parable Farm is a beautiful 645-acre diversified family owned farm. We raise beef, chicken, turkeys, lamb and pork on lush organic pastures. Our goal is to produce the best animals under the most natural conditions. We are dedicated to sustainable farming methods and to providing quality products.

We sell brown eggs year-round. The laying hens are on pasture most of the year, but in the winter they go into the barn where they have a large area to live and roam in. They are fed fresh ground grains fortified with Fertrell's poultry nutribalancer, a broad spectrum organic mineral and kelp supplement. Our feeds contain no animal by-products, antibiotics, or growth hormones.

Our beef and lamb are fed no grain, but graze in summer and are fed our own dry hay and silage bales in winter. They, too, have free choice salt, kelp meal and nutribalancer.

We have frozen chicken available year-round. We will have turkeys at Thanksgiving by order only (orders must be placed by July 15). Beef can be bought by whole, half, split quarters, or by 35 pound box. We have ground beef available year-round in 1-pound packs. We use the whole beef for our ground beef. It is lean and delicious. Pork and lamb can be ordered whole or half. Call us for information and a newsletter.

Please come and visit us! Bring a picnic lunch and hike down to Twenty Mile Creek.

Parable Farm Community, Keith and Pat Hagenbuch, Ari and Avivah Miller, 9582 NE Sherman Road, Ripley NY 14775. (716) 581-1709
E-mail: Parable@cecomet.net Website: http://www.parablefarm.com

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Plaid Piper Farm has been in our family for 7 generations. It is located in picturesque Sussex County, New Jersey, about 10 miles from the NY/NJ state line. We currently offer grass fed, grass finished beef, and pastured pork. All of our products are raised naturally without the use of added antibiotics, hormones or pesticides.

Our beef is wintered over on our hay. Spring through fall they are rotationally grazed on our pastures. Our pigs are fed a balanced grain ration and rotationally graze their pastures.

We invite you to visit our farm. We enjoy showing you our content animals and discussing how we keep them safe and healthy in a humane fashion. We use good husbandry practices to let them live as nature intended with as little intervention as possible. If you would like to visit, please call or email so we can ‘hang near the barn’ and wait for you.

We sell our products direct from our farm. Order your product on our website, by email, or call. We suggest that you pre-order our products as quantities are limited and sell out quickly.

Know your farmer, know your food.

Plaid Piper Farm LLC, Paul Dalrymple, 197 Wykertown Road, Branchville NJ 07826. (973) 875-4535.
E-mail: Paul@plaidpiperfarm.com. Website: http://www.plaidpiperfarm.com.


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Pure Indian Foods is a small family-owned business that takes pride in making an exceptional quality grass-fed and certified organic Ghee. Goldencolored Ghee is prepared by melting and simmering butter until all the water evaporates and the milk solids settle at the bottom. The remaining butter oil is very stable, giving it a high smoke point which makes it an excellent choice for deep fat frying, baking and sautéing. Because of the low moisture content, it can be stored without refrigeration for 2-3 months. Many people find our ghee, with its rich, nutty flavor, to be tastier than butter.

We make our ghee fresh, with care, in small batches, right here in the USA. Our products are USDA Certified Organic. We use butter made only in Springtime through the Fall, when the cows are actually out on the pasture eating fresh green grass. We make our ghee only on the waxing or full moon days which are auspicious in the ancient Vedic system. We use glass bottles instead of plastic bottles to avoid dangerous toxic chemicals from leeching from plastic containers. Our family has been in the ghee business in India for 5 generations, since 1889, and we are proudly continuing that tradition.

Ghee has been used for its health-giving and healing properties for thousands of years. In Ayurveda (the “science of life”), cow ghee is considered one of the most sacred foods.

Ghee is the best cooking oil as it is stable at higher temperatures, and it enhances the flavor of spices and herbs. Ghee is free of casein and lactose and is suitable for people who are allergic to dairy products. It keeps skin soft, and has anti-aging properties. Ghee contains naturally occurring CLA, Omega-3, Vitamins A, D, E & K2. It is free of harmful trans-fats.

Ghee is shelf-stable and we ship worldwide by USPS, UPS, FedEx or DHL. We offer special discounts to co-ops and buying clubs.

Pure Indian Foods, Sandeep and Nalini Agarwal, PO Box 296, Princeton Junction NJ 08550. (877) LUV-GHEE (588-4433).
E-mail: eatwild@pureindianfoods.com. Website: http://www.pureindianfoods.com


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Raindance Farm is introducing "Sun Cheese," our artisanal semi-hard cheese made in the tradition of the Italian Alps. Both grass-fed and organic, we use whole, raw cow's milk in an Asiago recipe. This traditional cheese recipe was perfected over the centuries using milk from cows on grass meadows and with it the goodness in our milk shines. Sun Cheese is aged at least six months with a subtle flavor; creamy, grassy and sweet with a slow, nutty nuance.

We are seasoned grazers, entering our twentieth year as enthusiastic graziers and our twelfth year certified organic with Nofa-NY. This year we are again honored by the National Dairy Quality Awards as a Gold finalist and the exceptional milk quality makes our cheese that much more healthy for the families like our own who enjoy it.

CLA analysis done in '08 found the CLA at an impressive 19.6 mg/gram because we only make cheese during our green grass season in order to pass on the health benefits to you. To get cheese shipped to you, contact us directly by phone or e-mail.

We also have frozen whey fed pork, milk fed "Rose" veal and grassfed beef for sale at the farm and at the Columbia Greenmarket.

Raindance Farm,Siobhan Griffin, 2454 County Highway 35, Schenevus, NY 12155. (607) 286-9362.
E-mail: raindance@baka.com. Website: http://www.raindanceorganicfarm.com.


Rivendel Farm raises pasture-fed lamb and goat in a pesticide-free range environment.

We are a permaculture project and practice intensive grazing management. Our lambs and goat kids can be picked up live at our farm or slaughtered with USDA inspection and shipped frozen overnight. Please visit our websites for more information.

Rivendel Farm, Linda and Alan Rajlevsky, 178 Swiss Hill Road North, Kenoza Lake NY 12750. (845) 482-4899.
E-mail: alan@rivendelfarm.com. Websites: http://rivendelfarm.com and http://healthylamb.com


Sap Bush Hollow Farm offers a wide variety of pasture-raised products, including chicken, beef, lamb, turkeys, pork, bacon, sausage, and eggs from free-range chickens. All their products are free of hormones and antibiotics. Adele and Jim Hayes have been practicing rotational grazing and sustainable agriculture since 1979. Our goal to produce the best animals under the most natural conditions we can achieve with our resident plant and animal life mutually benefiting from our efforts. Eggs from pastured hens are a new addition. We raise the best, freshest eggs possible. The chickens are always outside with the other animals.

The meat is available in individual cuts or whole, half or split-half carcasses. Lamb, beef, pork, and veal are available frozen year round. The poultry is seasonal. Eggs are available year round. Please call for a brochure, directions to the farm, and special sale events.

We are able to ship or make deliveries to private buying clubs in New Jersey and New York.

Sap Bush Hollow Farm, Adele and Jim Hayes, 1314 West Fulton Road, Warnerville NY 12187. (518) 234-2105.
E-mail: sapbush@midtel.net

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Silver Maple Farm is a family-owned, seasonal, grass-based dairy farm in central New York. We focus on pasture management to produce healthy livestock and real food. Our own male calves are raised for pasture beef and are GRASS FINISHED.

We use a local, USDA-inspected plant for processing. We prefer to sell by the half or quarter, but smaller orders are welcome. Custom cutting to your preferences is available. Available mid-October thru early December. Visitors are welcome! Please call or e-mail first. Only 8 miles from Interstate 90.

Silver Maple Farm, 200 Silver Street, Litchfield NY 13357. (315) 894-2840.
E-mail: silvermaplejat1@juno.com

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Simple Gifts Farm is a small, diversified family farm focusing on pasture-based poultry and heritage pork production. We also grow and sell organic (non-certified) vegetables, herbs and flowers.

Our poultry—meat chickens, laying hens and turkeys—are raised outdoors with access to fresh grass from the moment they arrive as day old chicks. The first couple weeks of their lives they are restricted to our hoophouses, which are on grass, but are more protected from wind, rain, snow, etc. As they grow, they are moved completely outside, with a small movable shade structure to accompany them. We move them to fresh grass at least once/day, rotating their grazing areas over several large pastures. They are also fed certified organic local grains.

Our pigs are also raised outdoors, with several small temporary huts for protection from inclement weather in the colder months. We rotate their pastures so they are able to eat ample amounts of grass, roots, acorns, other tree nuts and berries. Most of the pasture areas include some forest ground, which allows them shade in the summer months and where they enjoy rooting in old logs and through the leaves to find acorns, grubs and other tasty treats. Our sows farrow outdoors, where we allow them to choose their own farrowing areas, as they build large cozy nests to give birth in. From day one the piglets are exposed to sunshine, rain, wind, green grass and rich soil. We rotate all the pigs through a variety of pastures and woodlands.

Our vegetables are grown organically, with a focus on open pollinated and heirloom varieties.

Simple Gifts Farm, Emma and Adam Ricci, 2265 Pulteney Road, Branchport NY 14418. (607) 522-5732.
E-mail: simplegifts.farm@yahoo.com.


Sojourner Farm's philosophy is to provide our customers with healthy wholesome meats from humanely raised pastured animals.

Our beef are raised exclusively on mixed forage pasture and hay with no grain. Our chickens, turkeys and pigs are fed non-medicated, steroid-free feed along with pasture until the snow covers the ground.

Sojourner Farms LLC, Pierre and Lesa Dionne, 943 E Windfall Road, Olean NY 14760. (716) 372-4255. E-mail: sojournerfarm@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.sojournerfarm.com.


The Spas Farm is a third-generation, family-run farm, owned and operated by Paul and Connie Spas, overlooking historic Chautauqua Lake, NY. We have sought out and assembled a herd of Red Devon Cattle from all over the U.S.

The ancient Red Devon breed has been noted for centuries for it's fine-textured, well-marbled, flavorful, tender beef. Red Devon cattle grow and prosper extremely well on forage and mineral diet only. Our cattle meet all the production standards listed on this website.

We combine top-rated cattle genetics and skilled pasture management (management-intensive grazing) resulting in a natural grass-fed, gourmet beef that we are proud to offer.

Our beef is available in the Fall (Oct. - Dec.) in halves, quarters or a 50 lbs box of assorted cuts. Most customers pick up their orders at our USDA-inspected processor or special arrangements can be made for out-of-town customers.

Spas Farm, Paul and Connie Spas, 3781 Morley Road, Ashville NY 14710. (716) 789-4374.
E-mail: phspas3781@hotmail.com.


Spring Meadows Farm's grass finished beef is sold by 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 or whole animal. Animals never eat grain and only organic practices are used.

I have been finishing beef on pasture since I was a child as my family also pasture finished beef. The experience show in the flavor. A flavor that is further enhanced by unique program for hay feeding in winter, and how pastures are grazed 8-9 months of the year, especially what pastures are grazed at each stage in the animal's life.

Beef is available late June through October. Contact the farm to get on waiting list any time of the year. Customers are contacted as beef comes available based on how long they have been a customer then by order in which they where put on the waiting list.

Also available by waiting list: pastured pork, pastured chicken, and goose. All using breeds that are specifically bred to excel on pasture.

Spring Meadows Farm, Andy Lyon, 9578 Route 549, Millerton PA 16936. (570) 537-2128. Twelve miles from Elmira, NY.
E-mail: springmeadowsfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://springmeadowsfarm.wordpress.com.


Sprout Creek Farm, located in New York State’s Hudson Valley, is a 200 acre working farm with a mission of combining agriculture and education to achieve the objective of teaching the whole person by providing real experiences of the working countryside.

Processing milk into cheeses, whose quality depends on our own management of soils and pastures and attention to the needs of the animals that graze them, provides ample opportunity for education across many disciplines, and of course, for tasting pleasure on dinner tables in the Hudson Valley and beyond.

Currently our cheeses are sold in a variety of stores all over the US, most notably in Murray’s in NYC, Tomales Bay Food Co. in California, and in many places between coasts. Our products are hormone and anti-biotic free; our animals are pastured year round.

Sprout Creek Farm, 34 Lauer Road, Poughkeepsie NY 12603. (845) 485-9885.
E-mail: info@sproutcreekfarm.org. Website: http://www.sproutcreekfarm.org.


Stone & Thistle Farm's livestock and poultry are grassfed. They are raised on pasture most of the year. No additives, hormones or drugs are used—only green grass, fresh air, and sunshine grow healthy, happy animals.

Stone & Thistle Farm is a small family farm located at the foothills of the Catskill Mountains in Delaware County. Our lamb, goat, pork, beef, chicken, turkey, rabbits, and eggs are sold at the Oneonta Farmers Market and in the farm's store. The on-farm store is open 7 days from 11 AM to 6 PM. Farm tours are on Sundays from June through October at 1 PM. No shipping.

Kortright Creek Creamery is the farm's organic, grassfed goat milk dairy. Bottled milk is sold throughout Massachusetts and New York. Raw milk is sold on the farm only. Organic, grassfed goat milk yogurt is coming soon!.

Stone & Thistle Farm, Tom and Denise Warren, 1211 Kelso Road, East Meredith NY 13757. (607) 278-5800.
E-mail: warren@stoneandthistlefarm.com Website: http://stoneandthistlefarm.com


Sweet Grass Farm raises beef, pork, lamb, veal, broilers, turkeys, and eggs from pastured hens. No hormones or antibiotics are used and the pastures are free of chemical fertilizers and herbicides. Beef and lamb are completely grass fed. Other livestock are supplemented with organic grain.

Retail cuts and bulk meat are available year-round at the farm (by appointment), at the Regional Market in Syracuse (Saturday), or ordered through the website. Meat is shipped nation-wide.

Sweet Grass Farm, Wendy Gornick, 5537 Cooper Street, Vernon NY 13476. (315) 829-5437.
E-mail: wgornick@twcny.rr.com Website: http://www.meadowraisedmeats.com.


Sweet Tree Farm offers grass fed and finished beef, pastured pork and chicken, and maple syrup.

We intensively graze over 200 acres and are committed to raising our animals naturally and without stress. Our beef are entirely grass fed and finished. Our pigs are fed small grains and are grazed on pastures in the summer and raised on deep straw bedding packs in the winter. During the growing season, we raise pastured chickens in portable hoop houses that are moved through the pastures to naturally fertilize our fields.

All of our products are available at these year-round farmers’ markets: Troy Waterfront and Winter Farmers’ Markets on Saturdays, and the Schenectady Greenmarket on Sundays. Our beef is also available at the Honest Weight Food Co-op in Albany. Both beef and pork are available by the half or whole carcass.

Sweet Tree Farm, Frank Johnson and Judy Pangman, PO Box 88, 138 Karker Road, Carlisle NY 12031. (518) 234-7422.
E-mail: fjohnson7422@gmail.com. Website: http://www.sweettreefarmny.com/

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Temple Farm raises a small herd of Devon beef cattle, a heritage breed which thrives on a diet of grass alone. We rotationally graze our herd throughout the grazing season, and feed hay from our own pastures throughout the winter. We use no chemicals or fertilizers on our land, and feed no grain whatsoever.

Our beef is available in cuts now. We can accept ordered for quarters or halves at certain times of the year.

You can also find our beef at the fabulous Red Devon Market & Restaurant in Bangall, NY. (This was once a steakhouse owned by James Cagney, but is now a local, sustainable and seasonal establishment, featuring pastured products from Dutchess and Columbia counties.)

Please call us to place an order which can be picked up from our farm or, in certain cases, we can deliver to you.

Temple Farm/Temple Farm Beef, Julia Widdowson, 339 North Mabbettsville Road, Millbrook NY 12545, (845) 677-8757.
E-mail: juliawiddowson@mac.com.


3-Corner Field Farm, located in the farming community of Shushan (Washington County), is one of the few sheep dairies in New York State. Owner/farmers Paul Borghard and Karen Weinberg are milking approximately 150 East Friesian cross ewes and pasture raising approximately 300 lambs annually.

Every effort is made to maximize the health and well-being of the animals and the environment. The operation is grass-based and seasonal: ewes and lambs are intensively grazed on over 100 acres of grass, clover, and alfalfa pastures and ewes are milked only while on pasture. The flock's diet is supplemented, when necessary, with locally-grown whole grains. The milk and meat is produced naturally with careful attention to the welfare of each animal, whether they are destined for the milking flock or the slaughterhouse. The result is lamb that is tender, flavorful and healthy. One chef compared the taste of the lamb from 3-Corner Field Farm to great wine: reflecting the sweet nuances from the land on which it is grazed.

Paul and Karen market most of the ewes' milk to Old Chatham Sheepherding Company for the production of their award-winning cheeses. Their naturally raised lamb is direct marketed to local customers at the farm; is sold to individuals and restaurants in New York City at the Union Square Greenmarket; and can be mail-ordered anywhere in the U.S. In 2003, 3-Corner Field Farm will be offering a small quantity of sheep's milk cheeses as well. Visits and tours of the farm and milking operation are welcome. Please contact Paul or Sharon or check their website to place an order or to obtain more information about the farm.

3-Corner Field Farm, Karen Weinberg and Paul Borghard, 1311 County Route 64, Shushan NY 12873 (518) 854-9695.
E-mail: dairysheepfarm@aol.com Website: http://www.dairysheepfarm.com


Udder Milk Creamery – All of our dairy products are grass fed, raw, and organic (not

  • Raw cows milk
  • Raw goats milk
  • Raw heavy and light cream
  • Raw cows butter
  • Raw goats butter
  • Raw cream cheese
  • Raw cream fraiche
  • Raw sour cream
  • Raw cheese including: Colby, Swiss, and Cheddar
  • Raw yogurt
  • Raw keifer

We also have lacto fermented sauerkraut, grass fed beef and lamb, and fresh organic chicken.

We now deliver to the New York (Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island, NYC, and Westchester County) and New Jersey areas.

Udder Milk Creamery, Contact: Moaz at (973) 413-9585, 470 Piaget Avenue, Binghamton NY.
Website: http://uddermilk.com/


Valley Farmers is a small cooperative in the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys, producing and cooperatively marketing grassfed natural meats. Our focus is on developing the most effective forage-based production system so that our products are enriched in omega-3 fatty acids.

We are marketing frozen meat in a variety of packaging combinations for our customers and CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture). We make weekly deliveries to New York City and local restaurants. We can deliver to individual customers in our delivery area, otherwise ship UPS.

Valley Farmers (Valley Livestock Marketing Cooperative, Inc.), PO Box 387, Stanfordville NY 12581. (845) 868-1826.
E-mail: info@valleyfarmers.com. Website: http://valleyfarmers.com


At Veritas Farms we raise our Heritage breed animals on open pasture, where they’re free to be warmed by the sun and cooled by the gentle breezes of the Hudson Valley. We take a sustainable, old fashioned approach to farming. We believe it is our responsibility to work in harmony with the environment. We are passionate about grass farming, and believe it is evident in the flavorful and healthy meats and eggs we raise. Our customers are invited to tour Veritas Farms.

Our animals are raised naturally and humanely. We provide them with good food, give them room to roam, and let them produce and reproduce with minimal human intervention. Our laying flock is comprised of many different Heritage breeds of chickens, resulting in differently colored and shaped eggs. For meat, Heritage breed chickens are available year round, and Cornish rock crosses raised on pasture are available seasonally. We also raise two Heritage breeds of turkey, and Pekin duck hatched from eggs laid here at the farm.

Gloucestershire Old Spot and Large Black pigs thrive outside on our pastures.

Our beef cattle are Scottish Highland and Devon because they suit our land, environment, and animal husbandry practices.

Our eggs, meat and vegetables are farm pickup only. Please call or email for more details.

Veritas Farms, Stephanie Turco, 32 Rousner Lane, New Paltz NY 12561. (845) 384-6888.
E-mail: info@veritasfarms.com. Website: http://www.veritasfarms.com.


Vernon Valley Farm raises grass-fed beef, pastured pork, and naturally grown vegetables. We strive to provide fresh, healthy, and flavorful food for our community.

Our operation is strictly chemical and drug free. From the health and well-being of our cows, all the way down to the worms in the soil, we seek to use nature's synergies to farm rather than industrial methods.

All of our cows are born on the farm and raised on our pastures. We have spent years fine tuning the mix of grass species so that there is a diversity of forage available, irrespective of the weather. From spring through early winter, we move the herd daily to a fresh area. This system is known as intensive rotational grazing and is designed to mimic the natural grazing patterns of herd animals in the wild. This allows the grass enough time to rest and regrow and helps build healthy soil. This also helps to break insect and parasite cycles.
In the winter, we feed grass hay to our cows and all year long we offer free access to OMRI approved sea salt, vitamins, and minerals, which in turn re-mineralize the soil.

During periods of inclement weather, we feed our cattle in an open air structure. We utilize a bedded manure pack system. This historic method puts a greater emphasis on animal comfort rather than production efficiency. The resulting compost is spread back on the fields after the winter.

Currently we have grass-fed beef in stock and are accepting orders. We sell by the whole, half, and quarter, as well as individual cuts. Next season we will have pork, with the potential for poultry.

We welcome visitors and seek to mentor others about farming.

Vernon Valley Farm, Kirk Stephens, 99 Sand Hill Road, Sussex, NJ 07461. (973) 209-4829.
E-mail: info@vernonvalleyfarm.com. Website: http://www.vernonvalleyfarm.com.


White Clover Farm is a sustainable family farm. We raise 100% grass fed and finished Animal Welfare Approvedlogo Belted Galloway/ Angus cross bred beef and pastured Heritage breed pork.

The cattle are rotationally grazed on organic pasture for optimal nutrition and to insure environmentally sound pasture management. All beef are born, raised and sold from the farm that is nestled in the hills and hollows of the NY/Vermont boarder.

Beef and pork processing is done at a small USDA Animal Welfare Approved local facility. The beef is dry aged for the best flavor. We ‘re happy to arrange farm pick up or delivery. Please contact us for more info.

Grocery Stores: Cambridge Food Co-Op, Cambridge, NY.

White Clover Farm, Lisa Randles, 20 Graham Lane, Argyle NY 12809. (518) 638-8263.
E-mail: whitecloverfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.whitecloverfarmny.com.


White Clover Sheep Farm is located in the Western Fingerlakes area near Canandaigua Lake in Yates County, NY. Our specialty is growing and finishing lambs on pasture and pasture alone for custom butchering. Eating grass is the natural way for sheep. At our farm the sheep are specifically selected to thrive on forage. Our lambs are also guaranteed to be antibiotic- and hormone free.

Lambs are grown for 5 to 6 months to a size of 80 to 90 lbs and are custom butchered at a USDA inspected facility. The meat is then cut to the customers' specifications, vacuum wrapped, labeled and frozen. We sell single cuts as well as whole lambs (about 40 lbs.) and halves (about 20 lbs.). Please inquire about this year's prices. Lambs can be picked up or delivered if the customer lives in close proximity. We also ship.

White Clover Sheep Farm, Ulf Kintzel, 683 Bagley Road, Rushville NY 14544. Phone: (585) 554-3313. E-mail: ulf@whitecloversheepfarm.com. Website: http://www.whitecloversheepfarm.com


Willow Wood Farm is a small (30 acre) farm practicing sustainable agriculture. We raise around 500 all-natural pastured chickens available mid-June through early October and a small number of turkeys available at Thanksgiving. Poultry are ordered in advance.

Our animals are given lots of space, sunshine, grass, fresh water, and non-medicated feed in as natural an environment as possible. We do not use hormones or antibiotics for our poultry. Our poultry processing is done on farm, humanely with great attention to cleanliness and quality. We also raise vegetables, herbs, and flowers without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers or herbicides.

Our goal is to connect people with where their food comes from and to emphasize the importance of environmental stewardship. Please contact us to receive our newsletter and order form. We welcome visits during the season. Please call in advance to arrange.

Willow Wood Farm, Bill and Judy Beckman, 26 Graves Road, Mechanicville NY 12118. (518) 664-0750.


WindSwept Angus LLC - Our Grass Fed, Grass Finished Angus are raised with great care in Northeast Pennsylvania. We look AGAto produce the highest quality beef possible. Our cows are Grass Fed and Grass Finished. No steroids, growth hormones or enhancers of any type are ever used.

We raise our animals in a safe, clean and natural environment which produce healthy, happy cows and ensures the highest quality beef available.

We encourage you to call or visit our website for further information.

Windswept Angus, LLC. Steven Semkowicz, PO Box 101, East Smithfield PA 18817. (203) 803-7809.
Website: http://www.windsweptangus.com.


Wrong Direction Farm raises pastured pigs and poultry. We also raise grassfed beef and lamb.

Our pigs are rotationally grazed on pasture and in wooded fencerows from April through December. In the winter we bring the pasture to them, in the form of hay harvested from our fields. We grow kale, pumpkins, oats, and root crops for the pigs, and we continue to play with the mixture to find optimal homegrown feed. We supplement their forage with organic grain, whey from a nearby cheese shop and vegetables from regional farmers markets. We sell most of our pork by the whole pig or half pig, but we sometimes have individual cuts and assortment packages for sale.

Pasture raised meat chickens are available during the summer and fall, but pre-orders are preferred to guarantee availability. Our chickens are fed certified organic feed.

Grassfed beef is available as halves or quarters.

Thanks for your interest. Please call or email with any questions.

Wrong Direction Farm, Dave and Rachel Perozzi, 431 Seebers Lane, Canajoharie NY 13317. (518) 928-0019.
E-mail: wrong.direction.farm@gmail.com. Website: http://wrongdirectionfarm.com


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