Sundae on the Farm this Sunday June 18th, 2017
Celebrate Saratoga County Agriculture! 12 – 4 PM at Kings-Ransom Farm in Schuylerville
Celebrating their 22nd year and as always, the event is free and open to the public. Sundae on the Farm is a fun family event for all ages. Come spend time with your family, while learning about agriculture in Saratoga County and enjoying a day together. Free events include: guided tours of the dairy farm & facilities, famers’ market, children’s activities, farm animals, horse-drawn wagon rides, live music, agricultural exhibits, and food demos by local chefs using local farm products. There will also be Stewart’s Ice Cream Sundaes, fresh pies a la mode, flavored milks, as well as hamburgers and hot dogs.
About the Farm:
Kings-Ransom Farm and King Brothers Dairy invite you, your family, and friends to visit their farm to learn about today’s farming practices. Recognized as a Century Farm and Dairy of Distinction, the family celebrates 115 years of continuous farming this year.
In 2016, they began bottling and marketing their own milk products under the King Brothers Dairy name. This year’s tour offers you the opportunity to view the cycle of agriculture from field to cow to milk for sale in the store. Owners Jan and Jeff King and their families along with their parents Edgar and Carolyn look forward to your visit!
Home of the King Brothers Dairy
311 King Road
Schuylerville NY 12871
From Saratoga Springs: Take Route 29 East about 7 miles to Wall Street. Take a left onto Wall Street and continue north for 1.9 miles. Turn left onto King Road. The farm is 3/10 mile on the left.
From Northway Exit 14: Follow signs for Schuylerville and Route 29. Continue east on Route 29 and follow directions above.
From Northway Exit 15: Take Route 50 toward Wilton and Gansevoort. Continue 4.1 miles to King Road. Turn right onto King Road and continue 4 miles to the farm.
*Please Note: Photos may be taken for publicity
Sundae on the Farm 2017 is coordinated by the Saratoga County Agricultural Promotion Committee and sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County, Saratoga Co. Farm Bureau and the Town of Northumberland with support from the Saratoga County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board.
For more information call Cornell Cooperative Extension at 885-8995 or visit saratogafarms.com.