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Property Location
510 Turk Rd, E Meredith, NY
[Delaware County]
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205 acres available
47 open acres for farming
150 wooded acres / other

Property Description

Description of the property’s current condition and current use(s):

Land is fallow except for a few tree and berry bush plantings. See below for further detail.

Farm history / past uses of the property:

160-year-old former dairy farm. It’s 200 acres, about 47 acres pasture / meadow, most of the rest forest, in East Meredith, NY (Delaware County, near Delhi / Oneonta).

Farm Infrastructure

Infrastructure and equipment:

  • Water access
  • Farmer housing
  • Electrical Access

Water access description:

Planning to recap the spring that fed the farm for 150 years.

Farmer housing description:

Old frame farmhouse, ~2,400 sq ft

Crops and Livestock

Types of crops permitted to be produced on the property:

Vegetables, Fruits, Grains, Ornamentals, Hay, Other Crops

Types of livestock permitted on the property:

Cattle - Beef, Equine, Goats/Sheep, Pigs, Poultry

Tenure Options

Tenure options:

Other Tenure Agreement

Description of tenure options:

Would like to develop a relationship beginning with rent or lease, leading to some kind of cooperative arrangement.

Additional Information

Conservation status:


Current land zoning:


Is the property located in a NY Agricultural District?:


Preferred farming method:

Organic (not certified)

Preferences and restrictions on agricultural activities:

Permaculture (+ biodynamics?)

Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?:


Are you willing to have the public on the property as a part of the farm business?:


Any additional information about this property:

Looking for a farm couple / farmer with experience in any of vegetables, berries, fruit, mushrooms, medicinal herbs and livestock to re-create a farm, preferably using permaculture (+ biodynamics?). 

There’s plenty of water, sun and worms. The barn burned down. The land is organic (unofficially). This is a unique opportunity for the right people to establish an operation from scratch.