Mason Farms has been family-owned and operated since 1811. The first Mason Farm was located in Pultneyville, New York, and operated by Joseph Mason after his service in the American Revolution. From there, the farm has been operated by 8 different generations of Mason farmers. Continue below to learn how each generation of farmers impacted the history of Mason Farms!
Planting Potatoes in the 1960s
Mason Farms 1956
Julia Mason (5th Generation)
Workers Harvesting Greens in the 1930s
Mason Farms 1st Farm Market - 1961
Workers Harvesting Cabbage in the 1930s
Paul Mason (6th Generation) with His 2 Sons
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Today, Mason Farms approaches 1,000 acres which include the original land of our ancestors. We grow about 25 different types of crops spanning over 150 different varieties. Doug Mason is the current owner of the farm and his father and children work alongside him.
Flavor is our main priority, so we only choose varieties with the best flavor. Mason Farms is continually growing and looking for innovations that will start the future of farming.