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Buy Local Week kicks off today

Brick Farm is a family-owned farm selling free-range eggs. Come stop by and see how a free-range chicken farm operates while sampling farm fresh omlettes made to order and play with the baby chicks.

Canaseraga Farm is a dairy farm featuring strawberries, tomatoes, Henry's famous sweet corn, as well as homegrown squashes, cucumbers, potatoes, blueberries, plums, watermelon, cantaloupe, apples, pumpkins, a variety of local cheeses and Pennsylvania Peaches. Stop by to sample some cheese and other homegrown veggies.

Common Thread is a Community Supported Agricultural farm is located three miles North of Colgate University. Throughout the growing season members come directly to the farm and pick up their share of seasonally available produce as well as a wide variety of pick your own (PYO) crops.

Critz Farms is a family owned business that was established in 1985 and located on 325 acres just South of Cazenovia, NY. Recognized by the New York State Department of Economic Development as recipients of the New York State Agritourism Business of the Year Award, the farm operation centers on diversified agriculture with a family entertainment focus. Come stop by and take a walking tour of the farm including the new animal barn, the cider mill with antique press and the sugar house. Visit the gift shop for free tastings of cheddar cheese and maple syrup.Take the kids to the playground and visit the animals.

Nestled in the hills of Madison County, Endless Trails raises Black Angus grass-fed beef sold under the Sunnybrook Farm label. Come and check out the beautiful vistas or go horseback riding on the 130 acre Brookfield Trail System across the road.

DeRuyter Farm and Garden Co-op is a farmer owned co-op offering the finest perennials, annuals, trees, and shrubs, grown in DeRuyter and Central New York.

Divine Providence Farm raises free-range chickens and eggs. Divine farmers welcome the community to come and visit and buy local, of course.

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