Have you ever heard of the saying “A cold wet May means a barn full of hay?” Many old proverbs have been passed down through generations of farmers. Oftentimes, the proverbs had to do with the weather or the difficulties of farming. Perhaps they were a way for farmers to identify with the uncertainties of farming from year to year. During the spring, the Northeast has cool temperatures and rainfall that is beneficial for the growth of cool [...]Read More
We're happy to provide you with the latest news about farms and farmers' markets in the Capital Region.
50 new and returning vendors, live music and a clown are featured at The Crossings Farmers'Market held every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Read More
Farmers attended a recent Spring Turn Out Grazier meeting where Cornell Cooperative Extension officials provided helpful information needed for business success.Read More
The Troy Waterfront Farmers Market has added 15 new vendors and is celebrating 20 years.Read More
Laura Ten Eyck, V.P. of Indian Ladder Farms explains how the cold weather this spring is good for the apple crop.Read More