Daisy Hollow Farm

Daisy Hollow Farm

Posted by  //  September 11, 2017  //  Local Business

Daisy Hollow Farm is a family owned and operated farm located in the heart of scenic Harford Valley.  We raise pigs, laying chickens, broiler chickens, sheep, and we will soon be welcoming dairy goats as well!  All our animals are pastured and raised on organic feed.  Large gardens abound on our farm.  It is from these that we harvest many of the plants that go into our other line of products: Soaps!  Daisy Hollow Farm also carries it’s own line of skin care products.  All our products are all-natural, handmade, and use 100% pure essential oils.   We have 27 different varieties of soaps, as well as lotions, lip balms, salves, sunscreens, deodorants, and bug repellents.  We have two online storefronts, Handmade at Amazon, and Etsy.  We also have our products for sale at Greenstar and Agway in downtown Ithaca, The Local Market and Cinch Art Space in Cortland, as well as several others.  Our farm also produces maple syrup and honey from our own hives.  We use these in our three varieties of organic granolas.  Finally, we have a very popular product that seems to fly off the shelves: wool scrubbies!   Made with 100% hand-dyed wool, these scrubbies have unique, handmade, needlefelted designs.  Please take a few minutes to look at our webpage: www.daisyhollowfarm.com

Our broiler chickens are frozen whole chickens, they are available year-round.  They average about 5-7 pounds each and we sell them for $4.50 per pound.  Pork is available starting in the fall. We sell by the pound or by the half or whole pig.  Please contact us for more information.  All our products are available directly at the farm, please call to order.  We also are available at shows throughout the year, please check our webpage for shows, dates, and times.

We are located at 830 Daisy Hollow Rd, Dryden, NY.  Call us at (607) 423-6827 for more information or to place an order.  You can also email us at daisyhollowfarm@yahoo.com.  We look forward to seeing you!

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