Cooked Goose Farm

Farmer and Blacksmith Tovey Halleck grows produce and fruit on his 12 acre farm in Roxbury, NY. Located at the site of John Mores last home, built in 1827 . John More was the first caucasion settler of the region, emigrating from Scottland in 1772. Cooked Goose Farm sits along the modest East Branch of the Delaware River which begins from a small pond just north of the farm flowing southward toward the Pepacton Reservoir, the largest reservoir in the New York City water supply system.

Absolutely no chemical fertilizers and pesticides used on or near the farm.

Listing last updated on May 27, 2010

Season:  July through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2007

Full Share:  $30 week

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Pakatakan Round Barn Farmers Market
9am- 2pm every Saturday

Schedule and Location:

Cooked Goose Farm, 56474 State Highway 30, Roxbury
self-serve
Andes Sprouts Society, Route 28, Andes
self-serve



Latest Reviews


Everytime a pleasure visiting this farm


great stuff, really opened my eyes to how much variety is out there, and how colorful greens can be


Sculptures abound all around the farm. The produce is amazing! The onions, garlic and kale cannot be missed. A one of a kind farm in the Catskills.

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