Stevens Vegetable Farm

See us at the Glens Falls, Saratoga, and Warrensburg Farmers’ Markets. 25 years of operation in diversified vegetables, bedding plants, and ornamentals. Come to the farm to pick your own vegetables in August and September. Steve & Dee Stevens Argyle 638-8879 deidre@wildblue.net

June 22, 2011 in producers by

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Sheldon Farm

Sheldon Farms is a sixth-generation Washington County family farm specializing in potatoes (over a dozen varieties), famous sweet corn, maple syrup, pumpkins and fall ornamental, cut flowers and a host of summer vegetables. Our farmstore is open mid-June thru mid-October. Called “the most interesting farmstand in Washington County,” It offers everything you need for a […]

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Scotch Ridge Berry Farm

Scotch Ridge Berry Farm is a family owned and operated fruit farm specializing in fresh market, restaurant and limited u-pick. 5092 Scotch Ridge Road, Duanesburg, NY 12056 895-2701 cholub@nycap.rr.com Visit Our Facebook Page

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Saratoga Apple

Saratoga Apple is an orchard and farm stand open 7 days a week, 12 months a year. We sell a wide variety of apples, cider, fresh baked goods, and produce. We also stock an assortment of local, natural, and healthy food and gifts. Apple cider donuts are made daily all year round. Pick Your Own […]

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Reid Weatherby Farm

Our farm is located just south of the village of Cambridge, New York by the historic Buskirk Bridge. Our vegetables are naturally grown in a compost based fertility system and sustainable whole farm environment. Bruce Wetherby Buskirk 686-9108 reidweatherby@earthlink.net http://reidweatherbyfarm.org/

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Otrembiak Farm

Providing fresh, in season vegetables. Steve & John Otrembiak Saratoga Springs 584-4019 sotrembi@skidmore.edu

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New Minglewood Farm

Welcome to New Minglewood Farm, your source for fresh, local, specialty produce from beautiful Washington County, New York. All our products are 100% USDA Certified Organic. We pride ourselves on producing the highest quality ‘hand crafted’ food possible. Our mission includes providing an example of sustainable living and land management by growing quality organic produce, […]

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Kilpatrick Family Farm

Kilpatrick Family Farm (KFF) was started by Philip and Michael Kilpatrick in 2003. Michael now runs the farm with a dedicated crew. We manage over 100 acres of land in Granville, NY and farm 4-6 acres of that for vegetables every year. Kilpatrick Family Farm specializes in giving the customer what they want. That’s why […]

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Denison Farm

We are family farmers – Brian and Justine Denison, our children Suzanna and Maggie. We have been in NY state for eight years, having moved here from Maine, where for 16 years, we grew over 100 acres of mixed vegetables. Brian is also a forester out of the University of Maine and Justine has taught […]

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Butternut Ridge Farm

We’ve been is business for over 30 years, now owned by the 2nd generation with the 3rd generation getting involved. We grow our own bedding plants, herbs and hanging baskets, vegetables and fruits. Cuc’s, Squash, corn, beans, broccoli cauliflower, cabbage and more. For the fall, we grow mums, gourds, Indian corn, pumpkins and all your […]

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