Bluebird Trail Farm
951 Harris Rd.
Corning, NY 14830
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Bluebird Trail Farm is a diverse farm that uses natural and sustainable practices. Located in the hills of Corning, NY, the farm offers a variety of fresh agricultural products and nature activities in a safe and friendly environment.
They are dedicated to raising fresh chemical-free produce and healthy pasture fed meats. They invite you to visit their farm, join their CSA, and hike their bluebird trail and pick fresh vegetables and fruits from their gardens.
An Opportunity to Stay Connected
Bluebird Trail Farm was established in 2002 to provide people with an opportunity to be more aware and more closely connected to how their food grows and where it comes from. They began by offering pasture raised chickens raised in moveable pens, to pasture turkey and pork. They make every attempt to ensure their animal care meets the five freedoms of animals’ welfare. Their veterinarian visits regularly, and they feed their animals a balanced nutritious diet free from unnecessary antibiotics and substances. Their animals can all move around freely in pastures and large pens and have access to fresh water.
Community Supported Agriculture
Their CSA has continued to grow every year. They provide garden shares twice a week, and often individuals and families have an option to pick their own produce.
They make every attempt to use all natural practices. By using their own manures, leaves, pine needles and other organic materials, they keep the garden and fruit trees free from chemicals. Each year they have expanded the size and offerings in their vegetable garden to include fresh herbs, wildflowers and berries.
Conservation Efforts at Bluebird Trail Farm
Bluebird Trail Farm was also established to help conserve native plants and wildlife. They first established a mile long Bluebird Trail with 30+ nest boxes that bluebirds, tree swallows and many other native birds benefit from. They created a wildflower meadow for pollinators last year, and this year doubled the size. In addition they added a milkweed garden for Monarch Butterflies, and installed bat houses.
Bluebird Trail Farm enjoys having individuals and families visit the farm and participate in the garden, a nature class, or just take a walk on the trail.