Windy Hill Farm Store Receives Grant From ADC
Published: April 12th, 2024
By: Kelli Miller

Windy Hill Farm Store receives grant from ADC Windy Hill Farm Store located at 137 County Road 32 in Greene, NY is open from 9 a.m to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Store owner David DeYoung offers home grown pasture raised beef, lamb, pork, chicken and duck. He also carries eggs, honey, maple syrup, and locally made soaps and wood crafts. (Submitted photo)

GREENE — Windy Hill Farm Store owner David DeYoung recently opened his farm store located at 137 County Road 32 in Greene and found he was in need of additional equipment.

He said he came across the Chenango County Agriculture Development Council (ADC) grant by seeing press on it and applied for grant funding in hopes to support his store needs.

DeYoung said the ADC reviewed and approved his business plan and the council awarded him a $1,000 grant for the purchase of an additional freezer and road signage for advertising.

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“My farm store was in need of another freezer to store and display homegrown meats,” he said. “I started with a small chest freezer and quickly outgrew it.”

“I’m also adding additional signage by the road to display what is in the store and encourage customers to stop in,” he added.

DeYoung said he’ll also be building a produce wagon for fruits, vegetables, eggs, and cut flowers.

He said Windy Hills Farm Store was formed on January 2, and offers home grown pasture raised beef, lamb, pork, chicken, and duck.


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