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Newcomb's Farms, East Berne
  • Alpaca Shack - High quality, eco-friendly alpaca clothing. Visit the farm and pet the Alpacas. Products may also be purchased on line for home delivery through the Heldeberg Market. Bob and Pam Rowe and family, Berne; Email Alpaca Shack
  • Beaver Dam Farms - Breeding stock, registered Polled Herefords, feeder cattle, hay. 2032 Helderberg Trail; Tel. (518) 872-0256.
  • Busch Farm - Quality hay. Busch Lane. Tel. (518) 872-1664.
  • Cobblestone Farm Carriage & Wagon - Horse and carriage rides for any occassion. PO Box 62, East Berne; Tel. (518) 872-9228.
  • Crosby Farm - Grass-fed, beef, produced with heritage breed, dexter cattle, sides, custom butchering, all natural. Timothy Lippert; 30 Bradt Hollow Rd., Berne; - Tel. (518) 797 3610 or Email Tim Lippert.
  • Crosier's Sugar Barn - Hay rides, maple tours, custom pig roasting, chicken barbecues, brush hogging and farm drainage work, firewood. Kevin Crosier, 353 Filkins Hill Rd.; Tel.(518) 872-2213 or Email Crosier's Sugar Barn.
  • Joe Drezelo - PO Box 5 Berne, NY 12023, Tel. (518) 872-1924.
  • Elderberry Mary - jams and jellies, 217 Lake Rd., Berne, NY 12023; Elderberry Mary
  • Ever Flowing Springs Farm - Grass fed beef. 73 Francis Rd.; Tel. (518) 872-0426.
  • Heldeberg Market - makes available fresh hilltown produce from many of the hilltown farms delivered weekly to your door. Sarah Gordon. 669-3447
  • Helderberg Alpacas - Alpacas for sale, boarding, yarn and fiber for sale, farm visits, guinea fowl, peacocks, pygmy goats; Jeffery & Karen Villeneuve, 331 Saw Mill Road, East Berne; Tel. (518) 872-9053.
  • Hillbilly Bob's Garden - "Mountain Grown" vegetable and bedding plants; hanging baskets. May - July, Tues. Sun. 9am - 6pm. Closed Monday. 1085 Switzkill Road, Berne. Tel. 872-2534.
  • Light the Way - a mother-daughter operated hog farm in operation since 1996; we raise many breeds, including Yorkshire, Hampshire, Berkshire, and Spotted. We have about 20 sows, and sell many feeder pigs. East Berne; MaryAnn Youngs, Tel. (518) 872-0027.
  • Mcauliffe's Mountainview Farm - All natural meats and organic veggies. Dedicated to preserving the rare breeds. RI Red heritage chickens. Nancy and Joe McAuliffe, 60 Mountain View Ln., East Berne; Tel. (518) 872-2041.
  • Morning Fog Farm - Naturally raised beef, pork, and chicken; organic produce and herbs; unique gifts. Farm store: Beef, Pork, Chicken, Honey, Maple Syrup, Milk Soaps. A Community Supported Agriculture Farm, (CSA)[1] Farm Stand Hours Sat. 10am -4 pm.; always open by appointment. A member of Local Harvest. Mark Hoffman, 1207 Switzkill Rd.; Tel. (518) 872-1772 or Email Morning Fog Farm
  • Mountain Winds Farm - Natural farm raised chicken and eggs, maple syrup, Christmas trees. Produce may also be purchased on line for home delivery through the Heldeberg Market. Randy Grippin; Tel. (518) 872-0513 or Email Mountain Winds Farm.
  • Newcomb's Farms - Farm stand open May - November; a Community Supported Agriculture Farm, (CSA)[1] with fresh home grown produce, fruit, local honey & syrup, flower greenhouse, hanging baskets, annual and perennial bedding plants, herbs and vegetable bedding plants. On Saturdays throughout the season home made pies & bread. A member of Local Harvest. Meredith Newcomb, 1498 Thacher Park Road., East Berne; Tel. (518) 872-2576 or Email Newcomb's Farm.
  • Partridge Run Farm and Apiary - Natural honey from seasonal wildflowers; related products (e.g., candles, soaps). Richard and Maryann Ronconi, 484 Ravine Road, Berne; Email Partridge Run Farm.
  • Purple Gunder Farm - vegetables. Brian and Gertrude Horl. Berne, NY.
  • R6 Livestock Co. - Cattle, hay. 1119 Switzkill Rd., Berne; Tel. (518) 872-0344.
  • Shale Hill Farm - Freezer beef, hay straw, fence stakes and firewood. 617 Cole Hill Rd.; Tel. (518) 872-2533.
  • Windy Hill Farm - Wool blankets, sheep skins. Jay Clemmer, Windy Hill Farm Road (Stranahan Lane) off Rte 156, approximately 3/4 mile north of the hamlet of Berne.; Tel. (518) 872-1386.
  1. 1.0 1.1 Community Supported Agriculture, (CSA), is a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Basically a farmer offers a certain number of "shares" to the public. Typically the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included. Interested consumers purchase a share (aka a "membership" or a "subscription") and in return receive a box (bag, basket) of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.