Lucky Penny Farm is an all natural no chemical farm. We raise heritage breeds of Livestock and Poultry, We are currently raising Registerd Hereford Hogs, Royal Palm and Blue Slate Turkeys, a variety of Heritage breed chickens and French Marans chickens in all the avialable colors. We also raise lamb in an all natural chemical free setting. All of our livestock is free range and grass fed. From the farm we sell various cuts of lamb and our house specialty, two types of Lamb sausage. We also sell free range chicken, eggs, and pork. In season our farm offers Heirloom tomatoes and other vegetables Starting in the spring of 2009 we will offer fertile hatching eggs, farm tours and internships. We stand a white mammoth Jack at stud. Ornamental fowl is sometimes available, peafowl, egyptian geese, sebastapol geese, and pigeons.

Listing last updated on Sep 24, 2008

Free range all natural, chicken, eggs, lamb and pork. We use no chemicals or antibiotics. Our vegetables are no spray, no chemical fertilizers, harvested at the peak of ripeness. We sometimes have breeding stock for sale, Hereford Hogs, Heritage turkeys, Heritage Chickens, replacement ewes for the meat flock and fertilized eggs for hatching. Meat is available at the farm, at local farmers' markets and mail order. Please enquire about available cuts

Schedule and Location:

Barryille Farmers' Market, Barryville NY at intersection of route 97 and 55, Second Sat in June -Second Sat in Oct, 10 am -2pm
Kauneonga Lake Farmers' Market Fridays 3-6pm July and August at the Fireman's pavillion.

Schedule and Location:

Lucky Penny Farm, 6281 State Route 52, Cochecton NY 12726, just stop in we are usually there, not open Saturdays.

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