Agriculture

Whether sweet corn, crisp apples, maple syrup, or prize-winning turkeys, Susan Hunt savors the flavors of New York farms.  Chef Dan Martello prepares cheddar and
apple biscuits.
Episode 103
  • Maple Syrup
  • Pride of New York
  • Gill Farm
  • GEM Buffalo
  • Plainville Turkey
  • Goold Orchards
  • Brookview Station Winery
  • Genesee Valley
    Conservancy
  • New York Farm Day

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New York State Agriculture Commissioner Patrick Hooker taps a maple tree.

The Pride of New York Program was developed to promote and support the sale of agricultural products grown and food products processed within New York State.

Gill Farm grows 1,600 acres of corn in the Hudson River Valley.

GEM Buffalo is a buffalo farm outside of Albany, New York.

Plainville Farms grows its turkeys in an Animal Friendly environment and without the use of antibiotics.

Goold Orchards has been an Apple farm located outside of Albany New York since 1910.

Brookview Station Winery is located on Goold Orchards and specializes in Apple Wine.

The Genesee Valley Conservancy is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to open space preservation in the Genesee Valley region.

New York’s award-winning wines, farm-fresh products, and fine restaurants on display at the nation’s Capitol during New York Farm Day.

Cheddar and
Apple Biscuits
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