Oswego County Harvest Guide

Christmas Trees 

1. Beckwith Family Christmas Tree Station  
Jack & Faye Beckwith           
189 Mill St.    
Hannibal, NY 13074              
315.564.5479 
jackandfaye@frontiernet.net
www.beckwithchristmastrees.com
Award winning farm fresh and fragrant trees, wreaths and evergreen novelties in a railroad themed environment. Harvest your own or choose a freshly harvested tree from 9 varieties. National Grand Champion wreath makers offer custom orders and classes. Enjoy Christmas Caboose Gift Shop, warming car and tours, including wagon rides to learn about tree production. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10 am until dark, November 17-December 23, or by appointment.

2. Darling’s Christmas Tree Farm
Milferd & Brenda J. Darling
280 Blythe Rd.
Hannibal, NY   13074
315.564.5897 or 315.591.0163
Bjdarl7@yahoo.com
Featuring 9 varieties of trees including Norway Spruce, Grand Fir, and Corkbark Fir, available potted, dug or fresh-cut. Choose & cut option also available, as are wreaths. Open day after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve, 9 am to dark daily.

3. Hemlock Haven Tree Farm, Florist & Gift Shop
Jim & Michele Forsyth
460 Co. Rte. 22A
Sandy Creek, NY 13145
315.387.5553
Jforsyt1@twcny.rr.com
Find them on Facebook: Hemlock Haven
Come enjoy Santa Land while you choose your family Christmas tree! Trees available pre-cut or choose & cut in 5 varieties. Also available are boughs, garland, wreaths, and stands.  Free horse drawn carriage rides available Open House weekends (1st & 2nd weekends in December). Also have a year-round florist and gift shop with seasonal items available. Open year-round 9 am – 5 pm daily and until 7 pm in November and December.
      
4. Spring Pond Farm  
William & Janet Ruby
3439 US Rte. 11        
Mexico, NY 13114                
315.727.7951 
springpondfarm@juno.com
Christmas trees, wreaths and boughs. Tree tagging available after October, choose and harvest November 27 through December 24. Free tree wrapping. Open 9 am until dusk.

5. Three Season Farm 
Mark & Amy Himes  
429 Drybridge Rd.     
Mexico, NY 13114                
315-298-6332 
ahimes28@gmail.com                        
Christmas trees and wreaths, November-December daylight till dark on weekends, call ahead during the week.

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

6. Grindstone Farm    
Dick deGraff
780 Co. Rte. 28          
Pulaski, NY 13142
315.298.4139 
customerservice@grindstonefarm.com          
www.grindstonefarm.com
Grindstone Farm produces a variety of vegetables and fruit. All produce is NOFA certified organically grown. Products are listed and sold through the website, and some select farmers markets. Also offer a large selection of local meats, cheeses, organic pantry items and delivery service to surrounding areas. Open year-round with reduced hours in the winter.

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Dairy

7. Cranberry Ridge Farm
Matt & Rhonda Shaul
118 Nicholas Rd.
Williamstown, NY 13493
315.964.9900
goatmilk@frontier.com
http://cranberryridgefarm.wordpress.com/
Originally from Wasilla, Alaska, this small farm relocated to Oswego County in 2009. They milk goats and sheep and produce aged hard European style cheeses; lamb and goat meat; wool for hand-spinning and felting; as well as tanned lamb and goat skins. Additionally they raise garlic and vegetables using organic practices. Call ahead for a farm tour and to place an order.

8. Heritage Hill Farm
David & Cindi Rudd
135 Nemier Rd.
Lacona, NY 13083
315.387.5213
dsrudd@wildblue.net
The Rudd family has owned and operated this farm since 1936. This Dairy of Distinction has a milking herd of 78 pastured cattle. Maple syrup is produced on the farm and they recently began producing artisan cheese. Maple syrup is available year round, please call ahead. No Sunday sales.

9. Maple Help Stock Farm
Gary & James Hurlbut
207 Hurlbut Rd.
Mexico, NY 13114
315.963.7558
A 3rd generation farm in operation for over 100 years. Farm consists of a Holstein dairy herd, 2,000 tap maple operation, and 11-acre apple orchard. Offering u-pick, wholesale or retail sale apples. Total farm acreage is 340. Open 7 days a week, 9 am – 5 pm, starting end of August until apples are gone. Call for an appointment the rest of the year for maple syrup and small group tours.

10. Mexican Pride Farm
Sam & Nancy Weber
795 Tubbs Rd.
Mexico, NY 13114
315.963.7311
nkwearthmother@aol.com
Established in 1946, 3rd generation dairy farm. Cattle are grazed three seasons of the year. Also raising meat goats with an on-farm processing area. Mexican Pride Farm has been recognized for its outstanding conservation practices. Public and school tours by appointment.

11. Platte Farm
Urs & Joleen Walthert
23 Kranz Rd.
Mexico, NY 13114
315.963.8965
A family farm with a 55-cow herd. Awarded “Super Milk” for over 15 years. Public invited to drive by for a listen – the cows and heifers wear bells. Tours are available by appointment.

12. Spoon Dairy         
Robert Spoon & Alix Krueger           
182 Co. Rte. 17A       
Williamstown, NY, 13493                 
315.964.2868 
alixkru@earthlink.net
The Spoon Family has farmed the current property for 3 generations on land that was first settled by one of the founders of the Town of Amboy in 1810. The property offers a variety of learning opportunities; historical and environmental. Call for a family or small group tour.

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Equine

13. Honey Hill Farm Store
Peter Holmes & Cheryl Holmes
198 Honey Hill Rd.
Fulton, NY 13069
315.952.3788
hrsyoats@twcny.rr.com
www.honeyhillfarmstore.com
Selling animal feed and local corn, as well as vegetables & flowers. Store with tack, saddles, harnesses, custom bridles, and much more. They have a Belgian stud, mare and gelding, also a pair of Quarter/Belgium cross geldings. Also offer livery service and wagon rides as well as propane tank refills. Open year-round, Monday-Thursday 9 am- 5 pm, Friday-Saturday 9 am – 4 pm.

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Fiber

14. New Victoria Farms
James & Michelle Senator
102 Co. Rte. 41A
Pulaski, NY 13142
315.657.2126
info@newvictoriafarms.com
www.newvictoriafarms.com
Established in 2009, this primarily alpaca farm also raises chickens for eggs and meat without the use of hormones or antibiotics. They sell products made from their all-natural alpaca fleece as well as the animals themselves (financing available). Products are available online and all major credit cards are accepted. Located on 57 beautiful acres they love to have visitors and share their experiences. Farm tours including feeding and petting an alpaca are available as well as spinning demonstrations. Open year-round, 9 am - 5 pm.

15. Willow Creek Farm 
Timothy & Nancy Whitens and William & Nancy Whitens
388/390 Lakeshore Rd.
Fulton, NY 13069
315.593.8220 or 315.592.5889
willowcreek00@windstream.net
Gift shop featuring alpaca hats, scarves, mittens, baby sweater sets made from their own animals' fleece plus many fine items from Peru and the U.S. including sweaters, socks, teddy bears, capes, jackets and more. Additionally, they offer farm tours to see the alpacas. Also producing and selling maple syrup. The maple house can be visited during boiling season. Call ahead for appointment and to arrange tours.

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Horticulture

16. Paul’s Nursery
Paul Askew
69 Wilcox Rd.
Fulton, NY 13069
315.598.1325
www.paulsfreshvegetables.com
Paul’s Nursery started by growing annuals, then added perennials and has since added hydroponic vegetables. They also offer blueberries and raspberries. Products are sold wholesale and retailed at their stand, open year-round, spring to fall 8 am - 6 pm and winter 8 am – 5 pm.

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Livestock & Meat

17. Bristol’s Weather Haven Farm
David & Susan Bristol
208 Hong Kong Rd.
Parish, NY 13131
315.298.2041
dsbristol@frontiernet.net
Bristol’s farm, since 1989, featuring private sales of farm raised natural beef and a farm vegetable stand. Also raise a variety of livestock including peafowl (6 varieties), domestic geese, and farm pond largemouth bass. Private farm tours available, call to schedule. Beef sales as available. Farm stand open June to October.

18. Dancing Goat Farm
Barb & Rich Fuller
1667 Co. Rte. 2
Richland, NY 13144
315.298.5032
rabfuller@frontiernet.net
Raising meat goats and dairy goats (Boer and Boer cross), using sustainable, natural methods. Also natural goat milk soaps using organic fats and oils are made and sold. Grass-fed USDA processed goat meat is available at the farm and local farmers markets. Call for appointment, tours available.

19. Dave Reader Farm           
Dave Reader  
2563 St. Rte. 69         
Parish, NY 13131                  
315.625.4582 
davesservcent@aol.com
Variety of products for sale: hay, straw, corn, silage and beef. Call ahead.

20. Lang Farm
Don & Carol Lang
92 St. Rte. 104B
Mexico, NY 13114
315.532.0595
cornsheller124@yahoo.com
Cow-calf operation selling grass-fed beef in half or whole cow. No hormones or antibiotics.

21. Mapledale Farm   
David W. Freytag, Jr. & Beverly J. Freytag  
15 Grange St. 
Pennellville, NY 13132          
315.415.8353 
bevfreytag@gmail.com
Offering pasture raised Angus beef, cut to individual specifications, round and square hay bales (1st & 2nd cutting), and firewood by the cord. Open year-round.

22. Maryline Farm
Carl W. Sampson
464 Co. Rte. 52
Richland, NY 13144
315.298.7246
Certified organic farm since 2006, offering organic beef, poultry, dairy, and vegetables. This Dairy of Distinction milks 40 cows and also offers beef, turkeys and eggs raised to order, as well as sweet corn in season. Open July to November for vegetables and year-round for meat and eggs.

23. Mattland Farms    
Mark & Angela Mattison       
583 Co. Rte. 52          
Richland, NY 13144              
315.727.2503 
mattlandfarms@gmail.com
A 6th generation family farm raising all natural beef and pork. Also selling dry hay in round or big square bales. A Century Farm award winner.

24. Meldrim Meadows Farm
Bruce & Margaret Meldrim
41 Jackson Rd.
Central Square, NY 13036
315.668.0304
mmeadows1@windstream.net
Farm has been in operation eight years, offering pasture fed Scottish Highland beef and breeding stock. No hormones or antibiotics are used. Beef sold by the quarter and vacuum packed - excellent quality, lean and flavorful meat. Also offer pumpkins in the fall and have one of two wind turbines in the town of Palermo.

25. Mountain Ash Elk Ranch
Dick & Lori Krebs
405 Weaver Rd.
Sandy Creek, NY 13145
315.298-6939
dick@empireelk.com
www.empireelk.com
Selling elk meat and related elk products, along with sauces and marinades. Call for an appointment.

26. Dean Richardson
200 South Daysville Rd.
Pulaski, NY 13142
315.416.4568
Offering all-natural Black Angus beef raised with no growth hormones or stimulants. Sold by the 1/4, 1/2 or whole carcass.

27. Vrooman Family Farm
Ron Vrooman
1871 Co. Rte. 28
Pulaski, NY 13142
315.383.4641
vroomanj@aol.com
Find them on Facebook: Vrooman Family Farm
This family farm offers grass-fed beef (Black Angus finished on grass sold by the 1/4, 1/2, or a whole cow), free-range chicken eggs, pastured poultry (sold by whole chicken), pastured pork (sold by 1/2 or whole pig), and pastured turkeys (sold as whole turkey). Call to order or come out for a tour.

28. W.W Ranch
June Wood
Bernhards Bay, NY 13028
315.447.5319
junewood6@aol.com
100% grass-fed, non-certified organic beef, pork, eggs, chicken and turkeys. Look for W.W. Ranch at the CNY Regional Market on Thursdays and Saturdays. Tours available by appointment only.

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Maple/Honey/Wine

29. Hives of Howard
Jim Howard
52 Singleton St.
Oswego, NY 13126
315.591.4234
jjhoward1@aol.com
Their bees, with a little help, produce holistic honey with all its healthful qualities. This means the final product is, in fact, “raw honey” direct from their Italian and Russian bees to the consumer. They have 4 apiaries, located west of the Oswego River. Honey is a blend of floral, orchard, and farmland sources. Look for them at Farmers Markets or call ahead to pick up honey June-December. Small group tours available.

30. Maple Hollow Farm         
Timothy & Rebecca H. Fowler          
1309 Co. Rte. 85        
Hannibal, NY  13074             
315.564.7133 
rfowler10@twcny.rr.com
Offering maple syrup, maple cream and supplies for maple harvesting and production, plus farm fresh eggs. Call for appointment.

31. Red Schoolhouse Maple
Enders Family
2437 Co. Rte. 4
Fulton, NY 13069
315.243.1024
enders@msn.com       
www.redschoolhousemaple.com
Nestled in the woods in the small town of Palermo you’ll find Red Schoolhouse Maple and its state-of-the-art sugarhouse. Here a large selection of maple products await you, including pure Grade A maple syrup, maple cream, maple molded sugar, and maple granulated sugar. Tour and educational exhibits available. Pancake breakfasts during Maple Weekends in March, call for dates. Open weekends, 8 am – 5 pm.

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Tree Fruit/Small Fruit

32. Behling Orchards, LLC
Behling Family
114 Potter Rd.
Mexico, NY 13114
315.963.7068
www.behlingorchards.com
In business since 1947, offering u-pick strawberries in June; raspberries and cherries in July. In September and October the 16 varieties of apples Behling Orchards grow are ready for you to pick! Additionally, in the fall they have a corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, haunted house, pumpkins, snack bar, fresh baked pies, cider mill and other apple and seasonal favorites. Berry season – call ahead for hours and conditions; Apple season open 8 am – 6 pm daily, snack bar open fall weekends, 10 am – 5 pm.

33. Farnham Farms    
Margaret Gavin and Roberta F. French         
529 Co. Rte. 22A       
Sandy Creek, NY 13145       
315.387.5424 
rfrench10@twcny.rr.com
Offering u-pick blueberries with no pesticides or herbicides used. Season is end of June through early September - call to see if berries are available – 7 days a week, 11 am – 7 pm.

34. Ferlito’s Berry Patch & Roadside Market
Pete & Angela Ferlito
1269 Co. Rte. 53
Oswego, NY 13126
315.343.7159
aferlito@twcny.rr.com
Established in 1987, featuring u-pick strawberries, blueberries and fall raspberries. Roadside market is open 9 am - 6 pm during strawberry season. U-pick berries during season open 8 am – 5 pm, 7 days a week. Also at the Oswego Farmers Market.

35. Fruit Valley Orchard        
John & Martha Torrice           
507 Bunker Hill Rd.  
Oswego, NY 13126               
315.342.3793 
fruitvalley@verizon.net         
www.fruitvalleyorchard.com
This family owned and operated farm boasts a farm stand located in a 150-year-old barn. They have homegrown fruits and vegetables, as well as a small gift shop for browsing. U-Pick cherries, plums, pears and apples in season. Additionally, there are 5 greenhouses - 2 for spring flowers and 3 for tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers. Open: May – October, 9 am - 6 pm Monday-Saturday, 1-5 pm Sunday. Special July cherry hours 8 am – 8 pm.

36. Godfrey’s Last Stand, Inc.
Josephine Godfrey
1232 St. Rte. 264
Phoenix, NY 13135
315.593.7291
laststand@windstream.net
Featuring a variety of u-pick and ready pick fruits and vegetables. Farm store is open 7 days a week, April-December. School tours available in October, wagon rides offered on weekends. Also at the Fulton and Oswego Farmers Markets.

37. Greco Family Farm & Orchard and Western Horsemanship Camp & Trail Rides
Marc & Kathleen Greco
297 West 5th Street Rd.
Oswego, NY 13126
315.216 4180
grecofamilyorchards@gmail.com
www.grecofamilyorchards.com
Scenic apple orchard with 50+ varieties of apples and pears to choose from. Farm market located in historic 1860's barn. U-pick apples, hayrides, treasure hunt, corn maze, pumpkin patch. Also offers horsemanship camps, clinics and trail rides by appointment year round. Summer hours 8:30 am - 4 pm, harvest hours (September to November) 10 am - 6 pm, except Saturday 10 am - 7 pm. Tours by appointment.

38. Ontario Orchards
Dennis J. Ouellette
Farm Address: 15273 Sterling Center Rd., Sterling, NY 13156                                     
Farm Market: 7735 St. Rte. 104, Oswego, NY 13126
315.343.6328
info@ontarioorchards.com
www.ontarioorchards.com
Ontario Orchards was established in 1952. Ontario Orchards farms and farm market include: bakery, cider mill, nursery, greenhouses, annual "U-Pick" apples and pumpkins, “Fall Jamboree,” and "U-Cut" Christmas trees. Specialize in providing fresh local vegetables and fruits that are harvested daily. Ontario Orchards is open 12 Months a Year, 7 Days a Week.

39. Sage Creek Orchards       
Moore Apples Inc., Morgan Moore   
139 Minckler Rd.       
Mexico, NY 13114                
315.963.3486 
sagecreekorchard@aol.com   
www.sagecreekorchards.com
U-pick blueberries starting mid-July. U-pick apples, 14+ varieties. Fall hayrides, groups by appointment. Open July 1st to November 15th, 9 am - 6 pm daily.

40. Stan’s Berry Patch
Stanley Ineich
208 Co. Rte. 84
West Monroe, NY 13167
315.668.7159
ineich2@aol.com
www.stansberrypatch.com
In business since 1988, this farm offers 6 ½  acres of u-pick blueberries. Open July to August, 8 am - 7 pm, Tuesday through Sunday. Closed Monday.

41. Wiltse Farms
Dennis Wiltse
134 Avery Rd.
Contantia, NY 13044
315.623.9288
“The best blueberries are on the North Shore.” Featuring u-pick blueberries plus vegetables and a roadside stand. In season open 7 days a week, 7 am – 9 pm.

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Vegetables

42. Brannan Farm Stand
Jim & Chris Brannan
1731 St. Rte. 48
Fulton, NY 13069
315.593.8120
jfbrannan1943@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/BrannanFarmStand
Providing fresh, local produce to Oswego County for over 25 years! Roadside farm stand features plants, flowers, strawberries, peaches, apples, sweet corn, tomatoes, summer squash, pumpkins and more! Open May to October, 9 am - 7 pm daily.

43. Brenda's Place      
Brenda Amoroso        
3757 US Rte. 11        
Pulaski, NY 13142                 
315.298.9996 
bamoroso@twcny.rr.com
Fresh homegrown local fruits, vegetables and herbs. Homemade jams, jellies, baked goods and pies; on weekends or to order, also holiday pie orders. Certified home processor. Crafts and maple syrup also available. Open April through October, 9 am to 6 pm. Jams and baked goods year round.

44. Caltabiano Farms
Anthony M. Caltabiano
514 Co. Rte. 6
Phoenix, NY 13135
315.695.3105
anthonymcaltabiano@gmail.com
Fresh, homegrown vegetables available in-season. Specializing in braided garlic of different varieties. Look for them at the CNY Regional Market as well as the Oswego and Fulton Farmers Markets.

45. Faulter Farms and S&S Woodcrafts
Terry L. Faulter & Sheri Hollenbeck
1735 Co. Rte. 12
Central Square, NY 13036
315.391.0451
Hcoolcat1@aol.com
Owned and operated 3rd generation farm, specializing in baled hay, pumpkins, squash and a variety of wooden lawn ornaments. Open April- December, 7 days a week, noon - 6 pm.

46. Hopkinson Farms
Jeff Hopkinson
32 Co. Rte. 30
Williamstown, NY 13493
315.964.2221
hopfarms@aol.com
Growing and selling upland potatoes for 37 years. Open September – December.

47. Maryinuk Farms   
Jim & Linda Maryinuk           
29 Besaw Rd.
Phoenix, NY 13135               
315.402.3140 
maryinukfarms@windstream.net
www.localharvest.org/maryinukfarm
Offering chemical-free asparagus, rhubarb and many other vegetables in season. Newest venture is the production of organically grown grape tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and raspberries under plastic hoop houses. The environment is controlled and quality is the result. Fresh produce offered daily at roadside stand, May to August. Also look for them at the Oswego and Fulton Farmers Markets.

48. Nzuri Farm           
David W. Sperling     
2461 St. Rte. 69         
Parish, NY, 13131                 
315.625.7517
Offering in season sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, summer and winter squash, pumpkins and melons. Hay available throughout the year. Open June-October, dawn to dusk.

49. Paura Farms LTD
Bart Paura
1156 Silk Rd.
Oswego, NY 13126
315.343.7722
85 acres of muck land used to raise onions for wholesale & retail.

50. Sorbello & Sons Inc.
Morris, Dana & David Sorbello
845 Co. Rte. 14
Fulton, NY 13069
315.592.9469
msorbello@twcny.rr.com
Farm started by Morris Sorbello Sr., in 1934 as a share cropper. The business has continued to grow ever since and today they raise 300 acres of onions and 300 acres of soybeans. Tours are available, call to schedule.

51. Stoney Meadow Farm
George & Laurie Krul
129 Co. Rte. 63
Oswego, NY 13126
315.342.8058
stoneymeadow@hotmail.com
Find them on Facebook: Stoney Meadow Farm
A small local farm stand located right on Co. Rte. 63, offering fresh sweet corn, pumpkins, squash, gourds and more. Open all day, July through November. “Like” us on Facebook for updates and availability.

52. The Farm
Jeffery Handville
102 Huntley Rd.
Phoenix, NY 13135
315.695.3276
thefarm07@yahoo.com
Find them on Facebook: The Farm U-Pick Pumpkins & Corn Maze
Come out this fall for hours of family fun at The Farm’s 6th season. Enjoy a corn maze, hayride, u-pick pumpkins, pumpkin slingshots, scooping corn with diggers, kiddy rides, duck race game, gift shop, concession stand and more! Educational tours available to preschool and elementary classes in October. Open October weekends only, 11 am – 5 pm, weekdays by appointment. Please call ahead for conditions.

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