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Home Roots Farm

Reconnect with nature while forming bonds and memories to last a lifetime.

Home Roots Farm features some of the most breathtaking and scenic views in central New York, highlighted by our beautiful mid-1800s dairy barn seated on 96 beautiful acres of woods and pastures, crossed by a lively, bubbling stream, and inhabited by our amazingly friendly, beautiful, and unusual breeds of chickens. Home Roots Farm is a working cut flower farm growing a variety of annual and perennial flowers. We also grow many super-HOT pepper varieties (for our specialty jams, jellies, and fermented hot sauces,) and tasty heirloom vegetables.(Check with us to see what items we can custom grow to supply your event for the ultimate in farm-to-table local-sourcing!)

Come enjoy the amazing landscapes, hiking trails, and sounds and smells of nature on our well-stewarded, ecologically friendly grounds. During warm months we open our farm stand that is on an honor system offering fresh cut bouquets/arrangements and veggies. We are only a few minutes from Otsego lake, Glimmerglass Operahouse, and the small-town charms of Cooperstown, home of the MLB Hall of Fame.

We currently have listings on VRBO and Airbnb for farmhouse accommodations for up to 15 guests. Looking for farm wedding ideas? Contact us for more information.

Come to Home Roots Farm with your family and friends to cultivate once in a lifetime memories together!

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We strongly advise that you check business websites or call ahead for the most up-to-date information on possible limited hours and whether reservations are necessary or not. 

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Season / Hours of Operation

Open for visits May - November. Come grab some fresh flowers, jellies and a beautiful selfie while you're at it!

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