SCHOHARIE COUNTY FARM TRAIL

schoharie county farm trail logoFarming is not for the faint of heart according to Hessian Hill Farm’s Jess Goblet, a member of the third generation working on a hidden gem of a family farm located at the top of Rundy Cup Mountain.

Goblet is part of a “sister team” and one of several women farmers featured on the Trails to Tales Schoharie County Farm Trail, along with her sister Liz Goblet-Schubert. Cindy Barber, a fifth generation farmer whose family runs Barber’s Farm, notes passion and creativity are must-haves for anyone in the agricultural business today.

 

 

INTERACTIVE MAP – FARM TRAIL

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