Happy, Healthy Cows and Non-GMO Corn at Three Feathers Farm: Organic, GMO-Free Food
Jul 29, 2016 05:45PM
Joe and Jeanine Haberny, who own and operate Three Feathers Farm in South Salem, changed their business cards this year. While their pasture-raised beef is as popular with regular customers as their organic produce, Jeanine says, many people don’t realize they raise their own cows. “Yes, we have cows!” she says. “So our new business cards reflect that fact. We are amazed at how many people have no idea that we raise cows on our property. We only sell what we raise and grow—from the cows to the chickens to the delicious veggies.”
The Habernys rotate their cows between five fields so they always have green grass, and they bail their own hay so they know exactly what the cows are eating. “Our cows are happy and healthy, and it shows,” she says. “Our customers continue to come back to purchase their pasture-raised beef because they know exactly where it comes from and who raised it.”
The farm practices organic standards and is non-GMO. Customers can buy fresh-picked vegetables and flowers in its garden house. “We also have the best corn in town,” Jeanine says.
Open through October seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Three Feathers Farm is located at 371 Smith Ridge Rd. (Rte. 123) in South Salem, across from the Oakridge Shopping Center. For more information, call 914.533.6529, email [email protected] or visit the farm on Facebook at threefeathersfarm.