Flying Pig Farm

Flying Pigs Farm is a small-scale, pastured livestock operation located on the shores of the Battenkill River in Washington County, New York. Since 2000, farm owners/operators Michael Yezzi and Jennifer Small have raised rare, heritage breed pigs, as well as meat chickens and laying hens for eggs. Over the past ten years, Mike and Jen have grown the farm from finishing three pigs in their first year to over 600 pigs in 2009. The farm also raises 1,500 laying hens and 3,000 chickens for meat.

The high quality of Flying Pigs Farm pork, chicken and eggs and the Farm’s sustainable methods have been recognized in Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, Oprah’s “O”magazine, the New York Times, GQ, House & Garden, Gourmet, Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine and other leading publications. Flying Pigs Farm products are sold at Greenmarkets in New York City, through the web, and to New York City restaurants, such as Jean-Georges, Gramercy Tavern, Savoy, Telepan, and others.

 

Categories producers | Tags: , , , | Posted on July 18, 2011

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