Tucker Farms Inc.

We have been a family owned and operated farm since the 1860s. We have been a producer of New York State certified seed potatoes since the 1920s. We have also produced some vegetables which we supplied to some of the resaurants in the Saranac Lake and Lake Placid area.In the last six years we have expanded our fresh vegetable deliveries to include sixty four different vegetables. This year is our first year that we have triied farm tours and a corn maze. Our seed potato inventory includes the Varieties all blue, all red, and Adirondack blue. For more information connect to our web site , wwwtuckertaters.com.

Listing last updated on Sep 11, 2004

This week ,Sept 10 2004 we have 9 oriental greens, arugula, cress, green beans, wax beans, snow peas, sweet corn, red beets, candy stripe beets, golden beets, white beets, swiss chard, red swiss chard , bright lights swiss chard, yellow swiss chard, green basil lemon basil, tai basil, opal basil, fennel, fennel root, cilantro, garlic, italian parsley, leeks, onions, carrots, green cabbage, red cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, slicing cucumbers, kirby cucumbers, lemon cucumbers, white cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, patty pan squash, green zucchini, yellow zucchini, zucchini blossoms, acorn squash, butternut squash, hubbard squash, buttercup squash, white acorn squash, gourds, wee be little pumpkins, pie pumpkins, white pumpkins, jack-o-lantern pumpkins,white potatoes, red skin potatoes, all red potatoes, yukon gold potatoes, all blue potatoes, rhubarb,easter egg radish,shunkyo radish, d'avignon radish, rat tail radish, watermelon radish, daikon radish

Schedule and Location:

We are located at 56 Hobart Rd. Gabriels, N.Y. We are open daily throughout the summer from 8:00 to 5:00. If you call us we will give you a list of available produce and you can give us your order and then we will pick and package your order. This will ensure that you will receive the freshest possible produce.

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