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Agricultural history is rooted deep in the abundant fields, farms and orchards of Montgomery County and visitors can take their pick of agri-activities that celebrate the county’s farming culture at any time of the year.

Roll up your sleeves and harvest your own produce, experience fresh farm-to-table foods and sip local brews in Montgomery County, an agricultural destination for all ages. In summer and fall, harvest your own strawberries, blueberries or apples at a u-pick, or spend hours strolling through an orchard and hand-picking quality ingredients at Sand Flats Orchard. Opting for organic? Stop by Hu-Hill Organic Farm, and be sure to bring home a bundle from the farm store to share organic local honey, maple syrup and cheese with friends and family.

When the orchards close and the Fonda Fair has ended, cozy up with a glass of wine at Hummingbird Hills Winery, where visitors can taste the difference that “local” makes. All fruits used in their winemaking process are grown on Montgomery County soil. The winery is also home to over 26 acres of land and approximately 22,000 grape vines. If you’re more interested in hops, swing by The Stockyard Public House, a brew fan-favorite and local craft beer bar that complements craft beverage producers like Eisenadler Brauhaus and Erie Canal Distillers.

For a five-star dining experience any time of the year, The Table at Fort Plain offers farm-to-table grub that will please any palate. Using all-locally grown and made Montgomery County ingredients, the Table’s menu rotates daily and will be sure to excite.

In Montgomery County, fresh, locally grown and made ingredients are always within an arm’s reach and can be plucked straight from the vine at a u-pick, enjoyed at a farm-to-table restaurant or sipped at a local winery or brewpub.

Agricultural Attractions