Meadows Farm | Yorktown Heights Westchester County New York
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Meadows Farm


Yorktown Heights

Westchester County


10598, Farm, organic and non-organic produce, Yorktown Heights NY, Family owned and operated farm in Yorktown Heights, NY.  road side stand off route 132 in Yorktown, organically grown produce, locally grown vegetables, Flowers, plants, 
Hanging Baskets Meadows Farm

914-962-4306
 
The Meadows Farm, offering organic and non-organic produce, is located at 329 Underhill Ave., Yorktown Heights NY 10598, northern Westchester County in the lower-Hudson Valley.

From Meadows Farm: "The Meadows Farm is a Family owned and operated farm in Yorktown Heights, NY. Sonny and Fran started farming in 1958. They had 4 acres of land and a little road side stand off route 132 in Yorktown. As time passed and the farm grew they realized people needed and wanted local and fresh produce and so they needed more space. That is when they rented The Meadows Farm Market in 1970 and eventually bought the farm market and moved it across the street to where they still are today. They grow their crops on 100 acres of land in upper Westchester and lower Putnam counties. The fields are within 10 miles of the farm market, you just canít get any fresher than that. They work hard to ensure the freshest, best quality produce is provided for you and your family."

In 2003 they added 20 acres of organically grown produce.

"We sell vegetables that we grow on our farm at our roadside stand in Yorktown Heights. Meadows Farm is the premier provider of locally grown vegetables, produce and herbs in the area."

Products include
Flowers, plants
Hanging Baskets
Produce including: tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, and cold weather crop plants (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, collards, leeks, lettuce, parsley, etc) the same varieties we grow in our own garden


Location: Yorktown Heights

Categories
Organic Farms | Farmers Pledge Organic Farms | Yorktown Heights Organic Farms | Westchester Farmers Pledge | Hudson Valley

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