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*Farm Brochure-2014
*Plant Brochure-2014
*Certified Organic Feed


*Current Meat Price List
*Pork by the Half or whole
*Poultry for Sale
*Certified Organic piglets for sale
* Garlic (Eating and Planting)

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*Frequently Asked Questions

Recently Added Articles
* Red Pig/ Black Pig
* Winter Piglet Diary
* Family Cow
*Rising Cost of Organic Feed
*Prepping Animals for Winter
*Farm Aid Odyssey

Poultry Articles by Karma Glos
* Spring Chickens 2010
* Role of the Rooster
* Organic Turkeys
* On-Farm Poultry Processing
* Thoughts on culling the flock- available again soon
* Pastured Ducks
* Health Issues of the Older Hen
* Thoughts on Brooder Safety
* Heritage Turkeys

Other Articles by Karma Glos
* Organic Hog Production
Photos of Organic Hog Production
*Herb Season Extension
             Herb Season Extension Photos

Books by Karma Glos
* Remedies for Health Problems of the Organic Laying Flock
Humane and Healthy Poultry Production, A Manual for Organic Growers

Presentations (Outlines of talks)
* Poultry Healthcare 2010
* Organic Poultry Production 2010
* Multispecies Grazing
* Basic Livestock Breeding
* Alternative Healthcare for Poultry and Livestock (PASA 2008)
* Sow to Sausage- Piglet to Porkchop (PASA 2008)
* Horse Equipment at Kingbird Farm
* Greenhouse Inputs

* Ethics and Morals of Raising Animals For Meat
* Preventing and Treating Parasites in Hogs
* Organic Hog Management
* Multi-species Poultry     Photos
* Marketing the Sustainable Farm
* Organic Sow Management

Videos including and overview of the farm and videos specific to pigs, chickens, ducks, and herbs
-Kingbird Farm on the Cornell Small Farms Youtube channel
Frequently Asked Questions from Videos

Guest Article
* Sandbox Turkeys by Jeromy Biazzo

Information for Producers
*Resource List


Download a free copy of Remedies for Health Problems of the Organic Laying Flock

rutabaga tennis

                                  Practing for the Annual Rutabaga Curl
Please note that we are developing a new website over the next few months.  I will strive to keep the basic information on this page (like updates and product availability) up to date but won't be updating articles and other parts until we have the new site. 

This coming Saturday (December 20th, 10 am-2pm) is the last outdoor market of the year and there of course will be the famous Rutabaga Curl.  After a dismal showing last year I have been practing night and day as shown above where I even resorted to playing Rutabaga tennis (and wearing shorts).  Please join us.  We will have lots of meat, herbs, potatoes, shallots and garlic.  Come stock up on roasts, steaks, chops, sausages, smoked meats and more. 

  We have a great selection of pork, beef, and duck.  While we are out of broiler chickens for the year we have soup roosters that are great for moist cooking including soups, stews and baking (keep covered).  And don't forgot six varieties of potatoes (by the pound or bag), onions, shallots, garlic, dried (and occassionaly fresh) herbs and eggs (if you get there early).  Meat and eggs are also available at the farm.  Email or call us if you would like us to put together a specific order for you and we can bring it to the market or have it ready to you at the farm.  Find our meat list here.  
We also have pork available by the half or whole.

Kingbird Farm produces a diverse array of certified organically raised meats, produce, and value-added items. Our products include: certified organic pork, chicken, eggs, culinary herbs, and produce (includes onions, garlic, shallots, potatoes, and other vegetables). We also raise certified organic feeder pigs and  grassfed Highland X Angus beef.  Our field work is done with the use of our Fjord and Haflinger horses.

We are certifed organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic LLC (a USDA accredited certifier) for our produce, pastures, piglets, chickens, ducks, and eggs.

Our products are currently available by preorder, at our self serve store on the farm and t
he Ithaca Farmers Market. We try to market everything we raise no farther than 30 miles from the farm.  Support your local farmer!   We are at the market every Saturday from April to December.  Meat and eggs are always available self serve on the farm.

Michael and Karma Glos
9398 W. Creek Rd.
Berkshire, NY 13736
(607) 657-2860