Yes we will have transplants available starting May 2 


Link to Plant Brochure Here

Locations                                                                                                                             The Kingbird Farm Retail Greenhouse & Farm Store                                                        9398 West Creek Road, Berkshire

  • Tomatoes $2.50 Available Starting May 9
  • Peppers $3.00 Available Starting May 9
  • Veg 4-packs $4.00
  • Culinary Herbs $4.00
  • Medicinal Herbs $4.00
  • Houseplants $6.00-$12.00
  • Succulents $6.00-$12.00
  • Tropicals $4.00-$20.00 Available Starting May 16
  • Passion Flowers $6.00-$12.00 Available Starting May 16

The Ithaca Farmers Market                                                                                             Steamboat Landing, Ithaca

Pre-Orders Recommended: Please consult current availability & email order the Friday morning prior to market to

  • Tomatoes $2.50 Available Starting May 16
  • Peppers $3.00 Available Starting May 16
  • Veg 4-packs $4.00
  • Culinary Herbs $4.00 Available Starting May 16

Fall houseplants!

Passiflora sanguiniolenta

As we move into fall we have an abundance of produce (potatoes, onions, garlic, shallots), pork, chicken, duck, and houseplants. Stop by the Ithaca Farmers Market on Saturday or the Farm Store greenhouse  Sunday-Friday for a vast array of lovely succulents and tropical plants.

Happy New Year!


Happy New Year from cold crusty Kingbird Farm!  We are blanketed by a moderate layer of icy snow and the temperatures are dropping into the single digits (F) every night.  The animals are snug in their winter housing and the greenhouses are shut up tight.  The grey woods are bleak.  Time to sort the seed orders, write up the germination plans, and clean forgotten corners of the house.  We will begin the winter indoor Ithaca Farmers Market in February after a much needed holiday to our beloved Ireland.  See you then!

Please welcome Floki

We are so pleased to welcome a new member of our team and family.  He is an eight year old Norwegian Fjord gelding and will be working with our current team after some training (he has been a riding horse).  His name was Dag, but our current horses Daeg and Dagna find this confusing so we will call him Floki.  Stop by and give him a scratch


Farmers of the Month!


In appreciation of outstanding NOFA-NY member farmers who are certified organic or Farmer’s Pledge and have gone above and beyond to help our educational cause, we are excited to share our new“Farmer of the Month” initiative. These farmers (unrelated to our Farmer of the Year) will be promoted through eNews & social media.

We recognize Kingbird Farm (Karma and Michael Glos) in Richford, NY as our first Farmer of the Month!  Enjoy their answers to our five questions:
Q: How long have you been farming?
A: We have been farming since 1996. We bought this farm and have been here ever since.
Q: What first brought you to farming?
A: We both had been raised in avid gardening families and it became obvious during college that it was our true vocation.
3. Why do you farm?
We farm because it’s what drives us. We feel a sincere desire to provide good food for our community.
4. What advice would you give someone considering a career in farming?
Do it! Read, ask questions, visit farmers you admire and jump in with your eyes wide open!
5. In your opinion, what is the most important thing consumers should know about organic farming?
Consumers should know that small scale organic farmers are still doing it right. We still embrace the whole organic paradigm and do it for the sake of the land, not for the bottom line.