Adams Wiser Family Farm

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Property Location
235 Beaverkill Rd, Livingston Manor, NY
[Sullivan County]
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200 acres available
40 open acres for farming
160 wooded acres / other

Property Description

Soil types:

Lewbeach silt loam, 8 to 15 percent slopes ; Willowemoc silt loam, 3 to 15 percent slopes. See attached file for more detail.

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

Being farmed for hay by current farmer. New outbuildings. Fields are in good condition. Extensive existing equipment.

Farm history / past uses of the property:

The farm used to be a cattle farm but has been a hay farm for several years.

Farm Infrastructure

Infrastructure and equipment:

  • water
  • barns/structures
  • housing
  • equipment
  • electrical

Water access description:

Water access, not irrigated.

Barns/structures description:

3 barns

Farmer housing description:

Farmer housing is available offsite, approximately 15 minutes from the farm. Multiple bedrooms available if needed.

Equipment description:

Multiple tractors, baler, multiple other.

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:

Goats/Sheep, Poultry

Livestock/crops description :

Currently hayed, no restrictions on livestock or crops.

Tenure Options

Tenure options:

Farm Management, Partnership

Description of tenure options:

We are looking for a farmer to manage the farm for 2-5 years but possibly more. We are willing to help with marketing and sales and patnership is a possible option.

Additional Information

Preferences and restrictions on agricultural activities:

We are primarily looking for organic farmers, and hopefully implementing no-till practices/soil building as well. The details are up for discussion.

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?: