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farms Drover Hill Farm

 Earlville, NY   

Drover Hill Farm is a 250 acre farm in operation for over 32 years, they raise registered purebred Scottish Highlands and Black Angus Cattle offering Dry Aged 21 days Pasture Raised Beef, Berkshire Pork, Lamb and Chicken.  more...

farms Maple Avenue Farms

 Earlville, NY   

A third generation farm family raising Black Angus beef without hormones or antibiotics in the beautiful Sangerfield River Valley since 1940. Our "SUN FED BEEF" is finished on locally grown feeds, then dry aged and vacuum packed to preserve its delicious flavor.  more...

farms The Imaginary Farmer

 Hamilton, NY   

The Imaginary Farmer produces innovative mushroom growing kits and supplies, and fresh and dried mushrooms. We make our kits using locally- and regionally-produced materials. Our mushrooms include our own strains of species native to our farm and neighborhood in the Chenango River Valley of Central New York.  more...

farmers-markets Earlville Winter Market

 Earlville , NY   

Come and explore an array of local treats. From Jams and fruit butters, fudges and breads, poultry and pork. We may even have some fresh produce available! Lots of handmade crafts as well as a great place to come and chat on a cold winters day.  more...

food-coops Halcyon Grange

 Earlville, NY   

We are a small, 5th generation family farm in Central New York state. We have a flock of Border Cheviot sheep and a herd of Belted Galloway beef cattle. Our livestock are rotationally-grazed, grass-fed, and hormone and antibiotic-free. Our Border Cheviot ewes rotate through the meadows of Halcyon Grange year-round.  more...

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