It's time to celebrate agribusiness! The 11th Annual Family Farm Day 2023 arrives on August 26th, and is a great way to learn about your local farms and their products.

Supporting Local Farms and Related Businesses

Family Farm Day is hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego County and showcases agriculture related businesses in both counties while including those in Delaware County. Through the businesses hosting open houses, visitors will interact directly with farmers and learn more about what they produce.

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What You'll Find During Your Visit

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The organizers urge visitors to plan their day using this interactive map. Family Farm Day is designed to connect people to their local farmers. Per the CCE Schoharie and Otsego Counties website: FFD provides local farms and related businesses the opportunity to introduce current and new customers to diverse, high-quality products, generate farm-gate sales, build long-term customer bases, and share the ever-evolving farm ‘stories’ that keep the importance of agriculture in the public dialogue.

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Important Family Farm Day 2023 Reminders

For everyone's safety and enjoyment, there are rules that event organizers are asking all participants to follow. First, please leave your pets at home! They are not allowed at participating farms. Second, these are working farms that have equipment and livestock animals that might be unfamiliar to you. For everyone's safety, please stay within designated areas.

Finally, it's advised that you bring along coolers or reusable grocery bags to carry all the amazing local goodies you'll inevitably scoop up on your journey through Family Farm Day 2023.

Oneonta Emmons Farm Most Exclusive Rentals Around

Emmons Farm located in the Town of Oneonta, NY on Rt. 7 is one of the most, if not THE most exclusive property where people can rent apartments and cottages. Emmons Farm is steeped in a generational history which dates back to the early 1800's when Asa Emmons first came to the area. The photos below show off its grandeur and incredible qualities.

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