Mohawk Valley Farmers' MarketsShop Local Fresh From the Farm

How can Mohawk Valley residents shop local fresh from the farm?

The Mohawk Valley has a long history as an agricultural region going back even before the first settlers. The early expansion and development of farms throughout the Mohawk Valley region helped to supply food, grains, and other agricultural products to a growing nation. The completion of the Erie Canal opened up new westward markets and helped to bring crops and produce east to Albany, and then south down the Hudson River to New York City and beyond. Even today there are many opportunities for Mohawk Valley residents to shop local fresh from the farm.

Find Your Local Markets:

Check out the Markets page on Mohawk Valley Today! We have added an updated “Markets” link at the top menu bar. This link will bring you to a listing and with dates and details for local Framer’s Markets in all six counties in the Mohawk Valley. Some of the markets are open year-round while others are seasonal. Check here first to see schedules and updates on Mohawk Valley Farmers Markets.
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Direct to Consumer Farms

The Farm Bureau of New York provides a list county farms who sell direct to the consumer. These farms make it easier for you to access local farm-fresh vegetables, meats, dairy and other items close to where you are. The list is updated as more farms register with the farm bureau to provide this service to consumers.

Take a look a list of farms that sell directly to consumers in the Mohawk Valley.

Montgomery County

685 Argersinger Rd
Fultonville, NY 12072

Phone: 518-922-8558



Open: July – (PYO Cherries), Sept – Mid November

Products Available: PYO Sweet and Tart Cherries, Ready Picked Peaches, Apples (40 varieties), Pears, Plums, Nectarines, squash, and pumpkins. Farm Market and Bakery featuring homemade cider donuts, fall fun including 5-acre corn maze, homemade pies, fresh sweet cider, and local NYS Products. pumpkin patch, and weekend hayrides.

8075 State Hwy 5
Saint Johnsville, NY 13452

Phone: 518-568-2643

Open: Year Round

Products Available: We offer sweet corn, potatoes, garlic, berries, vegetables, maple syrup, cheese, jams, jellies, popcorn, pickles, yogurt. Home grown beef – whole beef, half, quarters or individual cuts.

20 Jolly Rd
Charlton, NY 12010

Phone: 518-322-1021



Oneida County

8830 Paris Hill Rd
Sauquoit, NY 13456

Phone: 315-520-4676

Open: Summer – July to Mid September

Products Available: Locally grown fresh blueberries, raspberries and blackberries.

9256 River Rd
Marcy, NY 13403

Phone: 315-736-8782



Open: April – December, You Pick: Strawberries – June – July; Blueberries: July – August; Raspberries – July

Products Available: Healthy greenhouse grown flowers and vegetable plants; 20 acres of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries available for U-Pick; fresh homegrown produce grown on our 200 plus acres; including corn, tomatoes, peppers and so much more; fall mums, pumpkins

Otsego county

2805 State Highway 80
Burlington Flats, NY 13315

Phone: 607-965-0626



Open: Year Round

10% Savings over $50 purchase, Monday – Friday for New York Farm Bureau Members Products Available: NY Wine and Wine Related.

Schoharie County

127 Marcus Rd
Delanson, NY 12053



Open: July through April (or until honey runs out) daily 8:30am – 6pm

Products Available: Honey and products of the hive are for sale in our honey store. S. Honey is available in 1 to 5lb glass containers from our New York Grown and Certified Apiary.

123 School Hill Rd
Cobleskill, NY 12043

Phone: 518-234-2820

Open: July – November

Products Available: 4th generation diverese Dairy & Vegetable Farm. Offering Farm Fresh vegetables

4935 State Route 145
Cobleskill, NY 12043

Phone: 518-231-1624


Open: May – December

Products Available: Our greenhouses open in May with a wide selection of potted annuals, perennials, hanging baskets and vegetable transplants. June is strawberry season which includes spring greens. Our main vegetable season runs from summer to fall. We offer a complete selection of fresh picked veggies. Our season ends at Christmas with trees, wreaths, kissing balls and center pieces.

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