Seedswell Vegetable Farm at Tanrackin Farm

Mount Kisco, New York
Family Farm

Seedswell Vegetable Farm at Tanrackin Farm

Welcome to Seedswell Vegetable Farm! We are a small owner-operated vegetable farm and farm stand located in Bedford, NY right off of 684. We grow high quality, all natural vegetables without the use of synthetic herbicides or pesticides to provide you with the healthiest produce possible. Understanding that the key to great tasting produce is healthy soil, we focus on the use of cover cropping, crop rotation and compost to build soil life, structure, and ultimately, its productivity. We see it as our responsibility to continually improve the land in our care, such that it will continue to be productive for future generations.

This coming year will be our second season offering CSA shares! You can find more information on both this page as well as through our website.

We also have opened a Christmas Shop for all of your holiday decorating needs! All of our products are made by us, from material cut from our farm and other local farms.

Whether you buy through a CSA, a farmer's market or farm stand, we feel it is important that you know where your food comes from, how its grown, and trust the people who grow it for you.


Listing last updated on Mar 18, 2014

284 Guard Hill Road

Mount Kisco

Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  FULL SHARE: $725.00/ 20 week season $36.35/week Bi-WEEKLY SHARE: $400.00/10 weeks (Pick up every other week)

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Thursday pick ups: 1pm-5pm

At the farm stand; 284 Guard Hill Road, Mount Kisco, NY

Schedule and Location:

Winter Hours:
Fridays: 10am-1pm
Saturdays: 10am-3pm

2014 Hours
Tuesday & Saturdays: 1pm-4pm
Saturday: 10am-4pm

Farm Stand
284 Guard Hill Rd.
Mount Kisco, NY 10549

Drop-Site Locations
Patterson/Pawling location
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