Creekside Meadows Farm
This farm is for people who really care where their food comes from and want to know that the people who are raising it are caring for the animals, the land, the plants, the water and the air. 

Our family is proud to be your source for the best in 
Local & Sustainable

100% Grass Fed Beef
Pasture Raised 
Fresh Seasonal Vegetables & Herbs
​Hand Made Soaps & Salves
Maple Syrup


A diversified, nurturing, land healing grass based family farm.

2242 Reservoir Road, New Woodstock NY (Cazenovia)


Farm tours available by appointment.

MEAT SHARE PROGRAM IS SOLD OUT for 2014.  But you can still buy select cuts of our meats at the Farm Stand or at the Cazenovia Farm Market.  

Winter share sign ups start in August.

$30 deposit to hold your Thanksgiving Turkey!

Our own maple syrup is ready!

1/2 pint $7

Pints $13

 Handmade Ceramic Farm Mugs


Farmstead Soaps


Honey Almond Oatmeal

Lavender Oatmeal

Lemon Eucalyptus

Rose Garden


Plus our hand salve for those working sore hands!

​$6 each


 @ the red garage

Fridays 2-6pm

Sundays Noon til 2pm

Saturdays- we are at the Cazenovia Farm Market 9 am til 2pm

Sundays- Noon til 2pm

Other times by appointment

Roadside Veggie Shed is OPEN

Open everyday on the honor system.  We stock it with what is fresh in the garden that day usually by noon after other farm chores.  Stop in and see what is ready.   

Check the fridge for items being kept cool.

ALSO select cuts of meats are in the freezer too.

Educational Farm Tours available for any group.     See the Farm Tours page for information and pricing. 


Saturday  July 26th   10 am til 4pm

Please stop in and enjoy the farm, bring a cooler for purchases.

10% off all meat purchases all day long.

We'll have veggies, herbs, our farmstead hand made soaps and maple syrup too!

Remember Cash or checks (no credit cards yet)


Wagon Ride tours at least every hour or more to see the pigs in the woods doing renovation, cows & turkeys grazing.   Walking tours available if you want to "hoof" it. 

Cam will have his antique 1910 Dragsaw out and cutting wood wafers.   THis is belt driven off one of our old tractors.   

See our 1947 Willy's jeep we use as our farm vehicle, 1951 Farm all Cub we use in the gardens and more!


Baby ducklings, baby beef calf (Mr. July aka Bubba), guinnea hens, baby turkeys, our milk cow Maggie.   We hope to have a new litter of piglets born so you can see them too (if momma shares with the public).  

You can hike our hillside trail for a great view.  Bring a picnic lunch and eat under our big trees.  

Stroll over to see the garden and we'll explain our cover crops usage and making compost! 

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