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Daisy Hollow Farm

Daisy Hollow Farm is small family-owned farm located in Dryden, NY. Our farm offers fresh organically grown produce, meat, poultry, and eggs. Using many of the herbs and botanicals grown on our farm, we specialize in handcrafted skin care items such as soaps, lotions, lip balms, deodorants, and salves.

The founder of the farm, Emily Germano, began her journey with the idea that we need to create change in the way we treat our bodies, and she wanted to teach her three boys about natural and healthy living. The journey began with a beehive and a bar of soap. It has since evolved into a passionate team offering a complete line of skin care products and a beautiful farm filled with friendly and healthy animals, winding garden paths, and a rustic country store!

Schedule a tour to come and visit with all the farm animals: goats, pigs, sheep, chickens, ducks, bunnies, horses, and cows. At various times of the year, we offer our visitors the chance to bottle feed piglets, hold baby goats, cuddle up with baby bunnies, and play with ducklings and chicks. We offer pony rides on our mini horses on Saturdays during the summer and fall. Plus, there are over a mile of nature trails to explore through our woods and pastures! Check our facebook page at Daisy Hollow Farm, we keep it up to date with new animals to meet, activities, and events. Call (607)423-6827 to schedule a farm tour. Farm tours are $10 per family group and are about 30 minutes long. After the tour, feel free to check out our country store, picnic on the farm, play on the playground, and spend some quality time with our friendly farm animals! Just watch out, you never know when a herd of piglets will come racing through the yard!

Daisy Hollow Farm also offers a summer program for children ages 8 to 15 where they learn to milk the cow, feed the pigs, work with the horses, help with the sheep, hike on our trails, have campfires, and go on our woodland adventure course! They learn to harvest and dry botanicals to make salves, and learn new arts such as needle-felting, using hand-dyed wool from our sheep. Check out our website at www.daisyhollowfarm.com for more information!

Are you a gardener? Come walk our extensive gardens! Emily is a Certified Nursery Landscape Professional and will be happy to take you on a tour of the grounds and answer any of your gardening questions! We also host Garden Club meetings, and Emily travels to Garden Club meetings to give presentations on topics such as “Deer Resistant Gardening.” Emily is also known to volunteer at the NYSNLA booth in the horticulture tent at the state fair!

While you are at our farm, stop into our country store! Along with our farm fresh products, we carry our own granolas made with maple syrup and honey we produce on the farm. We also offer pies and jams, honey, maple syrup, pottery, cutting boards, metalworks, natural woodwork, jewelry and more, all handcrafted by local artisans! A visit to our country store would not be complete without checking out our handcrafted wool scrubbies! We wrap hand-dyed wool from our sheep around our own handcrafted soaps and needlefelt unique designs onto each scrubby!

And it does not stop there! We also travel to local school to give presentations on topics such as beekeeping, gardening, and farm and animal care, and we almost always travel with our animals!

Contact us for more information!

830 Daisy Hollow Rd., Dryden, NY 13053
(607) 423-6827
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