We wouldn’t grow and sell anything that we wouldn’t give the three little girls in this picture. We take great pride in everything we grow and bring to you. For those of you who don’t know us or our farm very well, it’s nice to meet you!
Our farm is located atop a rolling, stretching hill in Bristol, New York. It’s a quiet and breezy hill top with some other neighboring farms and families just like ours. The sunsets and sunrises are incredible as our the stars on warm summer evenings.
You can find us at public and farmers markets around the Rochester, New York area. For the complete list of when and where we are, click here.
We currently have our CSA available. We give our customers lots of choice with the CSA that they choose. It runs from summer to fall and can include chicken and eggs as well. If you’d like to learn more about our CSA, click here.
We also have partnered with some local stores and restaurants. The Farm to Table movement is strong and growing in the Rochester area and many chefs and store owners have turned to us to get the freshest ingredients for their guests. If you have a store or a restaurant and would like to learn more about what we offer and when, don’t hesitate to contact us.
You can check out some of our partners here.
Or you can fill out a contact form here and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
If you are at the Brighton Farmers Market or the Rochester Public Market stop by our stand, we’d love to meet you. But if you can’t make it out to those and still have questions please don’t hesitate to call us. We’d love to hear from you.
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I’m interested in your sampler membership. I’m single, so I assume it would be adequate. Do you grow all of your produce? Is it organic? Same question for chicken and eggs. What is the average weight of chicken, and is it fresh or frozen? Thanks!
Hi Linda. We grow all of our own produce. But not everything is organic. Chickens are fed locally milled small batch feed. They do not receive antibiotics or hormones and grow as naturally as possible. The feed is also non GMO. During the summer the chicken will always be fresh, but during this time of year its usually frozen.