W Koschara & Sons farming operations was first established on Long Island New York near the hamlet of Selden in 1895 by William Koschara and his wife Gersche. William emigrated to the US in 1887 from Germany. The family farm raised vegetables sold locally, trucked to NYC and as far as Connecticut. The farm was sold on Long Island in 1966 when the family moved to the Upstate N.Y. town of Groveland. A grain farm operation was established and now great grandson Greg and his wife Kathy are now growing Heritage Mulefoot Hogs, Heritage Chickens, and Eggs for our local community. Located in Groveland N.Y. on Rt. 63 approx. 2 mi. from the corner of 63 and 408. Current business hours are by appointment only, please call to arange atime to visit or purchase our fine foods and other products. PH# (585) 250-8899 please feel free to call for pricing and any questions. We offer Eggs, Broiler chickens, Herd stock, homemade crafts such as Afghans and Baby Blankets and Firewood for camping and home heating.
Proud Members of The American Mulefoot Hog Association Mulefoot piglets, gilts, and boars available for your herd. Call and reserve your's today ! Feeder pigs also available!
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