Cayuta Sun’s chicken harvest is full of big, tender birds. If you are seeking locally-grown, pastured poultry, now is the time to make your order. There are several ways to easily purchase your birds. Come winter, we are no longer harvesting and eventually our 2014 crop will be gone.
Cayuta Sun is offering several ways to buy and pick up your birds:
Our 2014 harvest is available now.
Our healthy, jumbo-sized birds forage in a sunny pasture rich in grasses and clover, seeds, fresh sprouts and of course bugs and worms.
Try Cayuta Sun Farm’s tender, big birds for roasting, grilling, stir-fry or however you please. Our 2014 harvest of chickens are available as 4-, 5-, or 6-pounds whole or halved.
Order online for free delivery to
Schuyler & Tompkins Counties, NY
on Thursday evenings.
Cayuta Sun Farm’s shiitake mushrooms, plus pasture-raised chicken and pork will be on sale and a chicken barbeque will run from 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. offering lunch. The prix fixe meal for $12 includes a half-chicken grown at Cayuta Sun Farm and a spread of dishes almost entirely produced from the Cayuta Sun gardens. Save your appetite and come visit Cayuta Sun Farm on the Finger Lakes Permaculture Tour this September 6th.
September 5 through 7, 2014
Coming from outside the area to tour the gardens, farms and parks featured on Finger Lakes Permaculture Tour?
Would you like to camp at a permaculture-designed small farm?
Does spending the weekend among permaculture aficionados and practitioners sound appealing?
An easy appetizer for serving quality, pastured bacon.
This year’s Thanksgiving feast was a local foodie’s dream. Our hosts Steve & Liz of WellSpring Farm were serving a 30-pound turkey raised in the barn next door. They assembled a rich mixture of local farmers. Roots and fresh vegetables from Plowbreak Farm were prepared in traditional and not-so-traditional recipes. Deserts reflected the dinner guests’ bountiful harvest of apples, pears and berries. We enjoyed homemade cheese and bread, and plenty of Finger Lakes wine and home-brewed beer.
One advantage of buying a whole chicken is the bones. While making free Monday night deliveries, I was regularly reminded by customers why they were buying our meat: they wanted the healthy bones of pastured birds as well.