The 18-acre Three Feathers Farm is family owned. “I grow it and my wife’s
the grocery store,” declares farmer Joe Haberny. Eggs are for sale daily from
a small stand behind the farmhouse. A hand-lettered sign hanging out front on Rte 123 announces other offerings. Mostly, it’s the fruits of 400 tomato plants, 150
pepper plants, and an acre of corn, as well as homemade red pepper jelly, maple syrup, and occasionally some lamb.